Text & Data Mining The New Gold Rush

Explore how text and data mining opens up large and high-quality historical datasets for your users. This webinar will provide an update on how scholars understand content in ways that only computational research makes possible and increases the value of library resources.

Hosted by Bob Lester, Product Development & Strategy Consultant, Unlimited Priorities, LLC, presenters will include:

  • Jill O’Neill, Jill O’Neill is the Educational Programs Manager for the National Information Standards Organization (NISO). She has been an active member of the information community for thirty years, most recently managing the professional development programs for NFAIS (National Federation of Advanced Information Services).
  • Darby Orcutt, Darby Orcutt has been a trailblazer in negotiating access to digital historical resources for text and data mining purposes. He currently serves as Assistant Head, Collections & Research Strategy, at the North Carolina State University Libraries.

They provided valuable insights into text and data mining — how it can help users discover content that might be otherwise missed.

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