Tag: documentation

Documenting the Research Process: Keeping Track of Higher-Order Concerns

In a digital humanities project, the most important task is the one that is also the easiest to neglect: the documentation of the research process. Documenting the process is important because it preserves the hard-won insights, trials, and most importantly,

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Polylactide (PLA) biodegradability

The Sherman Centre recently purchased a Makerbot Fifth Generation Replicator, and we currently have an Ultimaker 2 in our space at the moment, although that machine is destined for the Lyons New Media Centre upstairs. A number of visitors and

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Sometimes the scanner wins

It has often been lamented at various library technology conferences (and beyond, of course) that we collectively do a very poor job of documenting our failures. I prefer not to use the failure label, but rather refer to such things,

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