Digital Archives In The Discovery Layer: A Successful Collaboration Between Archivists And Technical Services Librarians, Christina A. Beis, Kayla Harris, Stephanie Shreffler
Roesch Library Faculty Presentations
Effective collaboration between archivists and technical services librarians can increase the discoverability of special collection materials. In this panel presentation, archivists and a technical services librarian from a medium-sized institution discussed archival tools available to preserve collections of digital content and how to make the collections available universitywide.
Working together, the panelists had created a plan to integrate these collections into the discovery layer so that metadata was indexed on a single user-friendly platform. After advertising the collections, they collected usage statistics to determine impact.
Attendees had the opportunity to discuss their own digital archive collections with others and to ...
Center For Teaching & Learning + Scott Memorial Library: Academic Year 2017/2018, 2018 Thomas Jefferson University
Center For Teaching & Learning + Scott Memorial Library: Academic Year 2017/2018, Elizabeth D'Angel
Annual Reports & Administrative Documents
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Annual Report Of The Indiana Universiy Maurer School Of Law Digital Repository, 2017/18, 2018 Indiana University Maurer School of Law
Annual Report Of The Indiana Universiy Maurer School Of Law Digital Repository, 2017/18, Richard Vaughan
Digital Repository Annual Reports
A brief annual report documenting the use and growth of the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, Jerome Hall Law Library, Digital Repository. Includes lists of the most downloaded documents and attached Excel spreadsheets of data.
W10-1380.30. Stegenga, Miner (1891-1976). Papers, 1910-2001. 0.50 Linear Ft., 2018 Hope College
W10-1380.30. Stegenga, Miner (1891-1976). Papers, 1910-2001. 0.50 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary
Collection Registers and Abstracts
Miner Stegenga was a native of North Holland, Michigan. He attended the Hope College Preparatory School from 1907-1911 before entering Hope College. He received an A.B. degree from Hope College in 1915, graduate education from New Brunswick Theological Seminary from 1916-1917, and a Master of Divinity degree from Western Theological Seminary in 1918. He later received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Central College in 1938. He was licensed by the Classis of Holland in 1918 and ordained by the Classis of Rochester that same year. Stegenga served as a minister in the Reformed Church in America in ...
Lessons From The Treblinka Archive: Transnational Collections And Their Implications For Historical Research, 2018 University of Wisconsin-Madison
Lessons From The Treblinka Archive: Transnational Collections And Their Implications For Historical Research, Chad S.A. Gibbs
Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies
In work for his 1979 book The Death Camp Treblinka, Alexander Donat began the process of locating survivors of the camp and recording their histories. In a telling testament to the lethality of this place, he could identify only sixty-eight survivors. Analysis of Donat’s early findings—emerging six years prior to the publication of any major academic monograph on the subject—offers a window into the difficulties of conducting research on this Nazi extermination camp and its widely-scattered witnesses.
Treblinka’s disembarkation ramp was effectively the eye of a transnational needle through which so many passed and so few ...
Review Of Participatory Heritage, 2018 University of Chicago
Review Of Participatory Heritage, Allyson E. Smally
Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies
This review of Participatory Heritage, edited by Henriette Roued-Cunliffe and Andrea Copeland, focuses on the book's relevance to the archives field. It highlights some of the chapters that will be most relevant to archivists, provides overviews and highlights of each of the book's three sections, discusses some of the main themes that come up throughout the book, and mentions a few strengths and drawbacks to the book’s approach. It addresses some ways the book relates to important topics in the archives field today and what areas of the field it has particular relevance for. The review concludes ...
Excuses For Silence: A Review Of The Silence Of The Archive, 2018 Simmons School of Library and Information Science
Excuses For Silence: A Review Of The Silence Of The Archive, Anna Robinson-Sweet
Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies
The Silence of the Archive by David Thomas, Simon Fowler, and Valerie Johnson promises to investigate the causes of archival silence, and to find solutions for dealing with these silences. The topic is timely and important at a time when distrust of power is high, and there exists a concomitant expectation of finding truth in the archives. The book is reticent in its investigation, however, shying away from calling out the way power is exercised to create silences. The exception is Valerie Johnson’s argument on the necessity of silence, which challenges the tendency toward stasis in the archive.
Appraisal Of Faculty Personal Papers In American Public University Archives: The Public Records Retention Schedule Versus Cultural And Historical Selection Criteria And The Role Of The Archives In The University, 2018 University of Kentucky
Appraisal Of Faculty Personal Papers In American Public University Archives: The Public Records Retention Schedule Versus Cultural And Historical Selection Criteria And The Role Of The Archives In The University, Ruth E. Bryan
In the United States, university archives are part of the university organizational structure. The archives can be formed strictly of permanent university records or can also include the personal papers of individuals related to the university, most often faculty, but also administrators and students/alumni. In addition, by law, the records produced by American public universities--including many of the personal papers acquired by public university archives--are also public records, which must be appraised using their specific state-mandated records retention schedule.
The main goal of the schedule is to manage the current and non-current records of the organization in order to ...
Slis Connecting Volume 7 Issue 1, 2018 University of Southern Mississippi
Slis Connecting Volume 7 Issue 1, Stacy Creel, Teresa S. Welsh
SLIS Connecting refereed open-access e-journal, Volume 7, Issue 1 (Spring/Summer 2018, Special Issue: British Studies)
“Eminently Combustible” -- Charles Williams, The Most Interesting Inkling, 2018 University of Alabama
“Eminently Combustible” -- Charles Williams, The Most Interesting Inkling, Clay Waters
The English author and lay theologian Charles Williams was an idiosyncratic, intriguing, perhaps intimidating subject. He was born in St. Albans near London in September 1886 and died in Oxford in May 1945. In that relatively brief life, his prodigious literary output encompassed virtually every form imaginable (novels, poetry, theology, critical reviews, plays, masques, detective story reviews, even a single short story). Elizabeth Wright (1962) commented on his “versatility and quantity” when describing “the size and scope of his published writings... Writing as he did in almost every form, he nevertheless maintained a consistency of theme that makes his work ...
Documenting The British East India Company And Their Involvement In The East Indian Slave Trade, 2018 University of Southern Mississippi
Documenting The British East India Company And Their Involvement In The East Indian Slave Trade, Bonnie Pinkston
The histories of the British East India Company, possessions, political influence, and economic ventures have shaped the dynamics of modern history. The enormity of the British East India Company (EIC) and other European trade companies’ impact on globalized world trade has been the subject of numerous studies. Yet, as many scholars have pointed out the topic has lacked proper attention regarding the Indian Ocean slave trade, particularly when it involved the transportation of people from nations other than from the continent of Africa. As Jayasuriya (2005, 2006) stated, “Africans were not the only people to be enslaved within the boundaries ...
Through The Lens: World War I Photography As Historical Record, 2018 University of Southern Mississippi
Through The Lens: World War I Photography As Historical Record, Kimberly Holifield
Soldiers of the First World War viewed their experience not only through the lens that surrounds a colored iris but also through the lens of a camera. World War I marked the first time that the camera traveled with amateurs to war. Unencumbered by the assortment of nineteenth-century equipment necessary to develop a single photograph, soldiers of the new century used the camera to capture their personal view of war (Carmichael, 1989). Their pictures tell a story of comradeship, the daily drudgeries of duty, and sacrifice. Words convey thoughts and emotions. A photograph captures them for display.
The Feminist Library: “History Is Herstory, Too”, 2018 University of Alabama
The Feminist Library: “History Is Herstory, Too”, Lauren B. Dodd
The Feminist Library is not a typical public library; it is an organization with roots in the historical revolution. Its history, services, and classification system are unique; its collection is irreplaceable. The purpose of this study is to document the history, resources, and organization of the Feminist Library in London, England.
Historic Pubs Of London, Oxford, Edinburgh, 2018 University of Southern Mississippi
Historic Pubs Of London, Oxford, Edinburgh, Teresa S. Welsh Mlis, Ph.D.
Inhabitants of Great Britain have been brewing and drinking ale since the Bronze Ages. The province of Britannia and its capital Londinium were ruled by the Romans almost 2,000 years ago. Romans were great builders of roads that connected tabernae, which served food, wine, and local ale. These tabernae displayed vine leaves outside to advertise their trade.
After the Romans left, alehouses became common, as ale was safer than water, which was becoming increasingly polluted with an expanding Medieval population. In 1393, King Richard II ordered: "Whosoever shall brew ale in the town with intention of selling it must ...
British Studies Interview, 2018 University of Alberta
British Studies Interview, Martha Attridge Bufton, Teresa S. Welsh
Interview by British Studies 2015 alumna Martha Attridge Bufton, University of Alberta, for an article, "Crossing the Pond: MLIS Students Researching in the U.K." published in Open Shelf (http://open-shelf.ca/, March 2016), updated and used by permission.
Remembering A Visit To The World’S Oldest Carnegie Library, 2018 University of Southern Mississippi
Remembering A Visit To The World’S Oldest Carnegie Library, Matthew R. Griffis
Remembering a British Studies class visit to the first Carnegie Library in Dunfermline, Scotland, one of over 2,800 Carnegie libraries worldwide at the turn of the last century. In their day, Carnegie libraries were more than just charming buildings; they fueled a growing enthusiasm among the masses for the existence of free, tax-supported public libraries intended to enrich their parent communities—especially those for which no comparable institution had existed before.
Student Associations: News And Events, 2018 The University of Southern Mississippi
Student Associations: News And Events
News and events from SLIS student groups: Library and Information Science Students Association (LISSA) and Southern Miss Student Archivists (SMSA).
From The Gas: Congratulations, Publications, Presentations, 2018 The University of Southern Mississippi
From The Gas: Congratulations, Publications, Presentations
News and congratulations from SLIS Graduate Assistants for student, alumni, and faculty accomplishments, publications, and presentations.
Spotlights: Faculty, Alumnus, And Courses, 2018 The University of Southern Mississippi
Spotlights: Faculty, Alumnus, And Courses
Spotlighting SLIS Director Teresa Welsh, SLIS alumnus Amed Demirhan, and British Studies LIS study-abroad courses.
Director's Report, 2018 The University of Southern Mississippi
Welcome to a special issue of SLIS Connecting on British Studies. Read the report on the British Libraries, Archives, and Special Collections class offered each summer in London and the selection of students’ British Studies research papers in this issue.