Citation politics

The Turret - Mon, 03/18/2024 - 16:25
We may want to believe that citation practices in STEM are unbiased, but the evidence out there says otherwise. It speaks to the politics and privilege that have pervaded peer review and the published literature. Here is just a handful … Continue reading →

Country of Words: A Transnational Atlas for Palestinian Literature

McGill Islamic Studies Library's blog - Tue, 03/12/2024 - 12:03
Country of Words: A Transnational Atlas for Palestinian Literature is a portal documenting and mapping the history of Palestinian literature around the World in the 20th century. The project was launched and is managed by Dr. Refqa Abu-Remaileh, Professor of Modern … Continue reading →

A Journey Through Time With “Caption This”

Library Matters - Thu, 02/29/2024 - 13:26
In the beginning of 2022, ROAAr’s newsletter inaugurated an engaging series: “Caption This” through which we put intriguing images from our archives to good use by inviting users to caption them. After a two-year successful run, the series concluded in …

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More AI Tools: Using Gemini for PubMed Searches

The Turret - Tue, 02/27/2024 - 17:05
In a previous blog post, we discussed the use of ChatGPT for PubMed searches. Now that Gemini, previously Bard from Google, has become available in Canada, it’s worth taking a look at how the technology interprets requests for PubMed searches … Continue reading →
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