Issue 29, 2015-07-15

Editorial Introduction: Changes on the Editorial Board

The publication of the 29th issue of the journal brings with it several changes to the editorial board.

The publication of the 29th issue of the journal brings with it several changes to the editorial board.
Following on the heels of the special diversity edition, we are walking the walk and welcoming four new editors:

Meghan Finch Digital Assets Librarian, Oakland University
Péter Király,  Cultural Heritage/digital  humanities developer, Gesellschaft für wissenschaftliche Datenverarbeitung mbH Göttingen (GWDG)
Junior Tidal,  Web Services & Multimedia Librarian,  New York City College of Technology, CUNY
Ruth Tillman, Metadata Librarian for NASA Goddard (Cadence Group)

Being an all volunteer committee, we are ever grateful when talented individuals are willing to give of their time and expertise to make the Code4Lib Journal a reality, and are exceedingly happy to have them on board.  We also grateful to Ruth Tillman for taking on the role technical editor, keeping this site up and running.

This issue we also sadly say goodbye to two gifted editors:

Shawn Averkamp, New York Public Library
Kelley McGrath, University of Oregon

We will miss their expertise and wish them will as they move on to focus on other priorities.

Issue 29 contains a broad range of articles, which can be loosely grouped as follows:

Front End Features:

Implementing a Bento Style Search in LibGuides v2

Building a Better Book in the Browser (Using Semantic Web technologies and HTML5)

Connecting Historical and Digital Frontiers: Enhancing Access to the Latah County Oral History Collection Utilizing OHMS (Oral History Metadata Synchronizer) and Isotope

3D Adaptive Virtual Exhibit for the University of Denver Digital Collections

Making User Rights Clear: Adding e-resource License Information in Library Systems

Security Considerations:

Exploring Information Security and Shared Encrypted Spaces in Libraries

A Novel Open Source Approach to Monitor EZproxy Users’ Activities

Metadata Improvements:

Improving Access to Archival Collections with Automated Entity Extraction

­The Geospatial Metadata Manager’s Toolbox: Three Techniques for Maintaining Records

Review and Update of Previous Work:

Barriers of Contribution to Open Source Software Projects

 

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