Tag Archive: California Digital Library

Calisphere: Your Gateway to California’s Remarkable Digital Collections

Screenshot of Calisphere Home Page

By Christine Kim and Adrian TurnerCalisphere is a gateway to California’s remarkable digital collections, with free access to over two million historical images, texts, recordings, and other primary resources.  Developed and maintained by UC’s California Digital Library, Calisphere gathers resources…
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Connecting the Dots of Research

A scuba diver attaches a box to a coral reef

By Maria Praetzellis, Brian Riley, John Chodacki, Catherine Nancarrow, and Marisa Strong. Researchers at the University of California create enormous quantities of data and research outputs every day. The challenge is how do we track and understand how this data…
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UC Adoption of ORCID: An ID for Researchers

By Marisa Strong. If you’re a researcher on a UC campus, you most likely have heard of ORCID (Open Research and Contributor ID). ORCID iD is a unique digital identifier that provides name disambiguation between researchers who may share…
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