Researchers in the humanities often take a large number of pictures during their work: places, people, but also archival documents as a quick scanning replacement. This leads to very large picture collections that can be slightly overwhelming. Here are some tips from Guillaume Pasquier to help you sort through all these files using the embedded file metadata.
Before building a small game collection, the Library also experimented with graphic novels. Here’s a short history and some details on what it’s all about.
Multiple repositories are available to host your research data once your project is complete. Let’s look at some of the options with Guillaume Pasquier, our research data specialist. Continue reading “Where should you share your research data?”
Did you know we filled the library printers with 550’000 sheets of A4 paper in 2017? That’s up from 450’000 in 2016, and, well, it’s probably way too much. What can be done about this?
There are multiple reasons why you wouldn’t share research data you’ve worked on, and the most obvious might just be you don’t know why you should. Here are some arguments collected by our colleague Guillaume Pasquier for your consideration.