| September 27, 2011

Digital Curation: Why You Should Consider a Career in eScience

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    [...] recently blogged about my curiosity about digital curation on the Syracuse University iSchool blog. One thing I neglected to mention was my absolute terror [...]

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    [...] tech-minded and students among us. Many of us are passionate about the future of scholarly work, digital curation, and digitization of information. Others are fascinated by the importance of expertly managing [...]


    [...] There’s been lots of talk of whether a master’s degree in library and information science is worth the cost. Only time will tell if this MLIS (Masters in Library and Information Science) student’s investment pays off. In the meantime, I’m continuing my survey of job opportunities in this field. This week, I’ve been thinking about data science. [...]


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