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Katrina Fenlon
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CIRSS Publications

Fenlon, K., Senseney, M., Green, H., Bhattacharyya, S., Willis, C, & Downie, J. S. (2014, October). Scholar-built collections: A study of user requirements for research in large-scale digital libraries. Paper presented at ASIS&T 2014, Seattle, WA. Read more

Fenlon, K., Fallaw, C., Cole, T. W., & Han, M.-J. (2014, September). A preliminary evaluation of HathiTrust metadata: Assessing the sufficiency of legacy records. Paper presented at the 2014 Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, London, UK. Read more

Fenlon, K., Cole, T., Han, M.-J., Willis, C., & Fallaw, C. (July, 2014). Rethinking HathiTrust Metadata to Support Workset Creation for Scholarly Analysis. Poster presented at Digital Humanities 2014, Lausanne, Switzerland. Read more

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CIRSS News

October 15, 2011
Efron, Organisciak and Fenlon win best paper award at ASIST 2011
CIRSS faculty affiliate Miles Efron and CIRSS graduate students Peter Organisciak and Katrina Fenlon have won this year's best paper award at the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) annual meeting in New Orleans LA, O…

Past CIRSS Events

January 26, 2018
Toward sustainable platforms for digital humanities research: Challenges and opportunities for modeling cultural data collections
Scholarship is producing increasingly diverse digital artifacts as researchers across disciplines seek to share new forms of evidence in new ways. In tandem, our digital cultural inheritance is growin…

October 9, 2013
HTRC Workset Creation for Scholarly Analysis: Project summary and early findings
The HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC) enables computational access to the HathiTrust corpus, a digital library of millions of books and other materials digitized by the Google Books project and other …

February 8, 2013
Tooling the Aggregator's Workbench: Metadata visualization through statistical text analysis
This is a rerun of a 2012 ASIST paper co-authored with Miles Efron and Peter Organisciak. Digital library interoperability efforts have succeeded in making large-scale aggregation of digital collectio…

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