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Digital Library of the Week Archive. April 9, 2014: The W. R. Gray Studio photographic collection, hosted by Fort Hays State University, Kansas, features some 29,000 images from glass plate negatives that were produced by W. R. Gray Studio in St. Do you know of a digital library collection that we can mention in this AL Direct feature? April 2, 2014: The Goethe University Frankfurt in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany, began a project in February 2011 to digitize the more than 2,800 medieval manuscripts and incunabula in its collections. Scanned was The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, written in northern Italy in the 14th century. March 26, 2014: The Leonard H. The collections specialize in printed materials from Southeast Kansas, its culture and inhabitants, and the correspondence, libraries, business files, and memorabilia of significant southeast Kansans. Battle for equality over the past 500 years. Northwest, the Yukon Territory, and British Columbia curated by the University of Washington Libraries.

. (1850–1933). Archives. Blog – Digital Collections and Archives - Tufts University. From TV to Tablet: Is the Digital Frontier Making Journalism Better? 9th Annual Murrow Forum 2014Posted on April 18, 2014 by Susanne Belovari | Categories: features | | Tagged: 9th Annual Murrow Forum, Ariana Huffington, Edward R. Murrow Papers, Janet Brewster Murrow and Edward R. Murrow Family Papers | The annual Murrow Forum is one of the highlights of the year for the Digital Collections and Archives because it holds the two largest Murrow related archival collections in the world: the Edward R.

Moreover,the Murrow family comes to campus each year to attend or participate in the Forum and to visit the archives. This year’s 9th Annual Murrow Forum hosted Ariana Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post, and chair, president, and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group on April 16th. Among topics discussed by Ms Huffington and Jonathan M. Looking backward, looking forwardPosted on April 3, 2014 by Anne Sauer | Categories: features | | | First and foremost, my colleagues! My Favorite Digital Archive | Raiders of the Archives.

I decided to put up a random post this week and highlight one of my favorite digital archives. It is somewhat related to the reading that covered the conference discussion by Seamus Ross. While reading through his discussion about the preservation of digital objects and the need for information professionals to move forward in solving the problems faced by curators of digital objects, I thought of the digital archives of the New York Philharmonic. The ever-growing digital collections of academic and public archives and libraries as well as organizational archives need problems of preservation to be solved. It’s great to see an organization such as the New York Philharmonic preserving its own history and finding solutions to preservation will only add to the ability of other organizations to do their part in preserving their history. Anyway, here is an introduction to the digital archives of the NY Philharmonic.

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