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Now What?, Marian Lambers May 2015

Now What?, Marian Lambers

VRA Bulletin

Using her experiences at the College for Creative Studies, Marian Lambers challenges visual resources professionals to acknowledge the habits of a new generation of image users, promote department services, aggressively curate, and expand their roles in the educational communities they serve.


Rethinking Visual Resources Centers In The Digital Age: Case Studies At The University Of Georgia And The University Of Michigan, Courtney L. Baron, Molly J. Schoen May 2015

Rethinking Visual Resources Centers In The Digital Age: Case Studies At The University Of Georgia And The University Of Michigan, Courtney L. Baron, Molly J. Schoen

VRA Bulletin

Visual Resource Centers are facing many challenges—and opportunities—in the wake of the digital era. Since their beginnings as slide libraries, many VRCs have had missions across college campuses to serve the image needs of faculty in art-related fields. More recently, visual resources professionals have guided faculty and other colleagues into the digital era by providing digitization services and support. But as faculty and other clientele have become more tech-savvy over the years, and as high quality art images have become more readily available than ever before, the fate of VRCs and similar departments is at risk. In order ...


Wired! @ 5 (Years): Visualizing The Past At Duke University, The Wired! Group, Duke University May 2015

Wired! @ 5 (Years): Visualizing The Past At Duke University, The Wired! Group, Duke University

VRA Bulletin

Wired! is a learning community of faculty, staff, and students at Duke University committed to exploring how digital technologies prompt new approaches to teaching and research in the humanities. Wired! was founded to explore the potential of digital visualization tools for the study of art, architecture and urban space. Digital projects focus on communicating humanities research to a broad public through websites and digital applications.

Wired!’s special focus is the study of visual and material culture: art, architectural, and urban history. Research projects and teaching are based in the Wired! Lab at Duke University, where faculty, staff, and students ...