Christine L. Borgman

University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Library Science, Information Science, Slavic and East European Literature
"Christine Borgman"


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William Paisley grad student Stanford (Org Comm Genealogy Project)


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Nadia Caidi grad student 2001 UCLA
Alberto Pepe grad student 2010 UCLA
Matthew S. Mayernik grad student 2011 UCLA
Katherine C. Shilton grad student 2011 UCLA
Jillian C. Wallis grad student 2012 UCLA
Diana L. Ascher grad student 2012-2017 UCLA (CSD Tree)
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Borgman CL. (2020) Whose text, whose mining, and to whose benefit? Quantitative Science Studies. 1: 993-1000
Wofford MF, Boscoe BM, Borgman CL, et al. (2020) Jupyter Notebooks as Discovery Mechanisms for Open Science: Citation Practices in the Astronomy Community Computing in Science & Engineering. 22: 5-15
Darch PT, Sands AE, Borgman CL, et al. (2020) Library Cultures of Data Curation: Adventures in Astronomy Journal of the Association For Information Science and Technology
Pasquetto IV, Borgman CL, Wofford MF. (2019) Uses and Reuses of Scientific Data: The Data Creators’ Advantage 1.2. 1
Borgman CL, Scharnhorst A, Golshan MS. (2019) Digital data archives as knowledge infrastructures: Mediating data sharing and reuse Journal of the Association For Information Science and Technology. 70: 888-904
Katz DS, Allen G, Barba LA, et al. (2018) The principles of tomorrow's university. F1000research. 7: 1926
Pasquetto IV, Randles BM, Borgman CL. (2017) On the Reuse of Scientific Data Data Science Journal. 16
Darch PT, Borgman CL. (2016) Ship space to database: emerging infrastructures for studies of the deep subseafloor biosphere Peerj Computer Science. 2: e97
Borgman CL, Golshan MS, Sands AE, et al. (2016) Data Management in the Long Tail: Science, Software, and Service International Journal of Digital Curation. 11: 128-149
Borgman C. (2015) Data management: One scientist's data as another's noise. Nature. 520: 157
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