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Connecting Music and Place: Exploring Library Collection Data Using Geo-visualizations
(Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 2017-03-26)
Objectives – This project had two stated objectives: 1) to compare the location and concentration of Saskatchewan-based large ensembles (bands, orchestras, choirs) within the province, with the intention to draw conclusions ...
Visualizing catalogue data: mapping local music in a digital environment
(International Association of Music Libraries, 2017-06-22)
Catalogue datasets are rich sources of detailed information that can be leveraged to improve access to music special collections. Datasets built from MARC metadata must be enhanced, but ultimately serve as a rich foundation ...
Portrait of a Composer: Creation of the David Kaplan Thematic Catalogue
(Undergraduate Student Research Assistantship Poster Competition, 2017-08-17)
The primary objective of this project is to create a thematic catalogue of the works of the Saskatchewan composer Dr. David L. Kaplan (1923 – 2015) in order to produce a record and summary of his complete compositional ...
Music in Space and Time: Using Data Visualization to Understand a Local Music Collection
(Music Library Association Mountain-Plains Chapter Annual Meeting, 2016-05-20)
Collaboration between the music librarian and data librarian led to these critical questions: What does the intersection between special collections and data management look like? How can libraries use catalogue data to ...
Visualizing Methods for Special Collections: Using Library Data to Tell a Geospatial Story
Librarians have a growing role in making data more visible and accessible. One way this is possible is through mining data sources such as library catalogues in order to present collections using visualization tools. This ...
Local Music Collections: Strategies for Digital Access, Presentation, and Preservation - A Case Study
(New Review of Academic Librarianship, 2016-05-21)
The Saskatchewan Music Collection (SMC) is a local music collection held at the University of Saskatchewan. This case study examines a project to digitize and present this unique special collection in the online environment. ...