Archive for the ‘Ariadne Web Magazine’ Category

Ariadne Issue 70 Now Available

Monday, December 17th, 2012

Ariadne Issue 70 was published recently with a wide range of feature articles, event reports and book reviews. A summary of the principal material is now available in a news feature on the UKOLN Web site.

Ariadne Issue 69 Published

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Ariadne Issue 69 has been published with a range of features, event reports and reviews, whose content is now far more accessible since the advent of the new Ariadne platform.  Further information on work in this area as well as a report on the recent JISC RIM CERIF Workshop run by UKOLN is available from a post on the Innovation Support Centre site.   Additionally, further information is available on event reports by UKOLN staff from a post on the Informatics Research Group site.  For full information on the main features offered in the new issue, please see the news feature on the UKOLN Web site.

New Ariadne Available

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

Ariadne Issue 68 has recently been made available on the World Wide Web and its readers will immediately notice it has a completely new look-and-feel. There is a news feature available on the UKOLN Web site.

Ariadne Issue 67

Tuesday, July 26th, 2011

Issue 67 of Ariadne has appeared recently. A summary of the main articles and next steps is available in a news feature on the UKOLN Web site.

Ariadne Issue 66 Available

Monday, February 28th, 2011

Issue 66 of Ariadne Web Magazine was published recently covering topics from file format profiles, server logs analysis, event amplification, virtual 3D imaging and much more besides together with event reports and reviews. Further information is available from the UKOLN Web site and from Ariadne.

Ariadne Issue 65 Available

Monday, November 29th, 2010

Issue 65 of Ariadne Web Magazine is now available, with, among others, articles on image presentation technology and methods within a pedagogic framework, the development of research data management services and infrastructure at the University of Oxford, how recent developments in Web technology have affected the relationship between URI and resource representation, an Australian initiative to address technology challenges within current research paradigms, a strategic view of the need to develop academic liaison librarianship and more besides. It is also seeking your views in the form of a reader survey.

Follow Ariadne on Twitter

Friday, May 28th, 2010

In addition to its RSS feed, Ariadne is now transmitting over Twitter where you will be able to find out about new articles and a range of other information snippets about Ariadne. See @ariadne_ukoln.
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Issue 62 of Ariadne Now Available

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

Issue 62 of Ariadne is now available with its usual mix of main articles, event reports and reviews on a wide range of topics. LMS users may be interested to read of the implementation of Xerxes at Royal Holloway while researchers have notice of activity JISC is planning to carry out on Research 3.0. There are also articles, among others, on Web preservation and reference management, an information model of digital identifiers, a user-driven methodology for the iterative development, testing and implementation of Dublin Core Application Profiles in diverse repository software environments, the current situation in ebook readers, some recent developments in democratising the archive, the value of intranets as a strategic asset and a tool designed to display information about researchers and their activities.

Ariadne Issue 60 Published

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

Issue 60 of Ariadneexternal link was published recently with a variety of main articles on subjects as diverse as findings from a UKRDS survey of researchers, views on preservation of research data, the impact of overlay and data journals in the meteorological sciences, and the National Library of Norway’s digitisation strategy. It also offers an article by Ann Chapman and Rosemary Russell of UKOLN on the challenge of collecting evidence for a study of how Web 2.0 is being used in the UK HE sector.