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A new taxonomy for Digital Research Activities in the Humanities

After a year of development and two public comment periods, version 0.5 of the Taxonomy of Digital Research Activities in the Humanities (TaDiRAH) has been released and will be implemented on DiRT in the coming months. This taxonomy is designed to replace DiRT's current ad-hoc list of categories. TaDiRAH separates research "goals" and broad "methods" (what do you want to do, and for what purpose?) from "techniques" and "objects" (how do you want to do it, and with what content?).

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LYRASIS to Establish CollectionSpace Organizational Home

LYRASIS to Establish an Organizational Home for CollectionSpace Museum Collections Management Software

by Megan Forbes

Atlanta, GA - January 24, 2014 - LYRASIS is pleased to announce that it has received funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to bring CollectionSpace, an open source, web-based collections management system (CMS), to museums and other collecting organizations.

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Digital Humanities @ Berkeley site launched

Research IT is pleased to announce the launch of Digital Humanities @ Berkeley, made possible through a partnership with the Office of the Dean of Arts and Humanities. This site pulls together digital humanities projects, events, and initiatives from around campus. It also includes information about the Digital Humanities Council, as well as resources available to faculty and students who are interested in pursuing digital humanities research.

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AMPLab's Masse and LBL's Li Release New Ganglia Book

Matt Massie of UC Berkeley's AMPLab and LBNL HPC Services engineer Bernard Li's new book "Monitoring with Ganglia - Tracking Dynamic Host and Application Metrics at Scale" has been recently published by O'Reilly media. Ganglia, originally developed by Massie, is one of the most widely used tools for monitoring HPC clusters. This book shows how to use Ganglia to collect and visualize metrics from clusters, grids, and cloud infrastructures at any scale.

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CollectionSpace 2.5 released

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The CollectionSpace team is pleased to announce the release of CollectionSpace version 2.5. This release is the culmination of the first six-months of 2012 and represents improved functionality for search, locations and movements, date handling, controlled vocabularies, and hierarchical authorities. In addition, refactoring work was completed in the user interface layer.

In the 2.5 release:

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