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CollectionSpace UI Rewrite: Milestone 4 Update

CollectionSpace templates (UI Rewrite, Milestone 4) - animated GIF

Ray Lee of UC Berkeley’s Research IT department is the lead for the CollectionSpace UI rewrite project, code-named “Drydock.” The following piece describes progress in improving record types, template selection, and custom validation functionality in CollectionSpace. This work is funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to LYRASIS, CollectionSpace’s institutional home.

 

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Research IT Staff Present at UC Berkeley CaVraCon

3D model of Egyptian sarcophagus constructed using photogrammetry software

Emerging image technologies took digital humanities to new heights in this year’s statewide CaVraCon [1], the biennial California Visual Resources Association Conference, which is affiliated with the Visual Resources Association. Librarians, archivists, and scholars gathered at UC Berkeley to discuss developments and issues in the field of image and media management.

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Welcome to Berkeley Research Computing's Summer 2017 Interns

Research IT welcomes a UX/Visualization intern, a Journalism and Outreach intern, and two Coding/Database interns to the Berkeley Research Computing (BRC) team for summer 2017. Cassie Zhang, our returning UX/Visualization intern, will be implementing a “dashboard” for the Savio High Performance Compute cluster, a project continuing from spring 2017.

Challenges and Opportunities of VM Image Curation and Discovery

PEARC17 schedule screenshot, "Challenges and Opportunities of VM Image Curation and Discovery"

Virtual Machine (VM) images are being used more and more widely, across a range of research computation services. With the increasing creation and adoption of VM images, there is a need for maintenance regimes, discovery mechanisms, and curation practices to support researchers whose focus is on the use of these images, not their creation and upkeep.

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