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The Nuremberg Trials Project At Harvard Law School: Making History Accessible To All, Judith A. Haran 2018 Harvard Law School

The Nuremberg Trials Project At Harvard Law School: Making History Accessible To All, Judith A. Haran

Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies

This article is primarily a case study of the Nuremberg Trials Project at the Harvard Law School Library in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It begins with an historical note about the war crimes trials and their documentary record, including the fate of the several tons of trial documents that were distributed in 1949. The second part of the article is a description of the Harvard Law School Nuremberg project, including its history, goals, logistical considerations, digitization process and challenges, and resulting impact. The structure and function of the project website is described, followed by a description of a typical user experience, the ...


Where The Sagebrush Grows: Capturing University History In Institutional Repositories, Dylan Burns 2018 Utah State University

Where The Sagebrush Grows: Capturing University History In Institutional Repositories, Dylan Burns

Library Faculty & Staff Presentations

In the Spring of 2017, Utah State University's library went through a reorganization that placed its digital initiatives department under an umbrella with special collections and archives. Through this change librarians within Digital Initiatives saw new connections between their work and the work of archivists. The institutional repository (IR), once an island in the library, is becoming a showcase not just for research created on campus but for university history through collaboration with university archives. Propelled by this organizational realignment, librarians began large scale digitization projects to provide access to University commencement programs, alumni and departmental magazines, yearbooks, and ...


Strickler, Sally Ann (Mcleod) Koenig, 1933-2016 (Mss 643), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2018 Western Kentucky University

Strickler, Sally Ann (Mcleod) Koenig, 1933-2016 (Mss 643), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 643. Research materials collected by Sally Ann Strickler related to the Shaker community at South Union, Kentucky. This material deals chiefly with women’s roles in the society. Also includes information about the U.S. flag and Strickler’s dissertation on library services in Southern Association of Colleges and Schools accredited institutions.


Climate Change: Implications For Professional Best Practices In Special Collections, Sarah Burke Cahalan 2018 University of Dayton

Climate Change: Implications For Professional Best Practices In Special Collections, Sarah Burke Cahalan

Marian Library/IMRI Faculty Presentations

This presentation responds to research presented by Eira Tansey, Ben Goldman, and Whitney Ray. Both presentations were part of the seminar “Climate Change and Cultural Heritage: Gathering Data and Exploring Professional Implications for a Very Different Future,” presented on June 22 at RBMS 2018.


Tweeting Tennessee's Collections: Where Bots & Special Collections Meet, Meredith L. Hale 2018 University of Tennessee

Tweeting Tennessee's Collections: Where Bots & Special Collections Meet, Meredith L. Hale

Faculty: Other Publications and Presentations -- UT Libraries

This project demonstrates how a Twitterbot can be used as an inclusive outreach initiative that breaks down the barriers between the Web and the reading room to share materials like postcards, music manuscripts, photographs, and cartoons with the public. Once in place, Twitterbots allow our physical materials to converge with the technical and social space of the Web. Twitterbots are ideal for busy professionals because they allow librarians to make meaningful impressions on users without requiring a large time investment. This poster covers my recent implementation of a digital collections bot (@UTKDigCollBot) at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and provides ...


Black Grooves, Kim G. Read 2018 Concordia University - Portland

Black Grooves, Kim G. Read

Kim Read

Staying abreast of new music releases, especially those outside of the mainstream pop world, can be challenging. Here’s one solution: Black Grooves, a monthly online magazine that reviews the latest music releases and reissues.


Work Smarter, Not Harder: Improve Your Relationships With Faculty And Instructors Through Smooth Management Of Course Materials, Dennis J. Smith 2018 University of Miami

Work Smarter, Not Harder: Improve Your Relationships With Faculty And Instructors Through Smooth Management Of Course Materials, Dennis J. Smith

Dennis J Smith

Does your library struggle to get instructors to communicate with you about their course materials? Do you wish they could easily see which resources you already have? Is your school trying to cut down on the cost of course materials for students? Learn how the Leganto course resource list solution from Ex Libris streamlines the management of course materials, highlights the library collection and expertise, and improves communication around course materials, helping libraries build stronger relationships with instructors and saving students and schools money on course materials.


Shining A Light On The Past: History In Your Ir, Jennifer Deal 2018 Aurora Health Care

Shining A Light On The Past: History In Your Ir, Jennifer Deal

DC+MEDUG

See how one health care system digitized and uploaded historical photographs and printed materials for their IR.


Irs Supporting Acgme Accreditation, Kristine Petre 2018 Moravian College

Irs Supporting Acgme Accreditation, Kristine Petre

DC+MEDUG

Learn how institutional repositories can support ACGME accreditation and reporting.


Welcome And Ir Introductions, Brenda Fay 2018 Aurora Health Care

Welcome And Ir Introductions, Brenda Fay

DC+MEDUG

Get to know the library staff and IRs from Advocate Health, Aurora Health Care, Baptist Health South Florida, Beaumont Health, CentraCare, Children's Mercy Kansas City, Henry Ford Health System, MaineHealth, Parkview Health, and Providence St. Joseph Health.


Slis Student Research Journal, Vol.8, Iss.1, 2018 San Jose State University

Slis Student Research Journal, Vol.8, Iss.1

School of Information Student Research Journal

No abstract provided.


Leaning Forward While Looking Back, Anthony Bernier 2018 San Jose State University

Leaning Forward While Looking Back, Anthony Bernier

School of Information Student Research Journal

No abstract provided.


Reaching New Scholarly Heights: School Of Information Student Research Journal Hits Milestone With 100,000 Full Text Downloads, Sandra Hirsh 2018 San Jose State University

Reaching New Scholarly Heights: School Of Information Student Research Journal Hits Milestone With 100,000 Full Text Downloads, Sandra Hirsh

School of Information Student Research Journal

No abstract provided.


Srj 100k Download Milestone, Mary C. Schutten 2018 California State University - San Jose

Srj 100k Download Milestone, Mary C. Schutten

School of Information Student Research Journal

No abstract provided.


Memories And Milestones, Holley Cornetto 2018 San Jose State University

Memories And Milestones, Holley Cornetto

School of Information Student Research Journal

No abstract provided.


Jetstream Volume 2 Issue 1, Nancy Anzalone, Tabitha M. Ochtera MLIS, Theresa Rienzo MLIS, Shikha Joseph MLIS, Judy Drescher MLIS, Tim Hasin MLIS, Nikki Palumbo MLIS, Maya Wilder MLIS, Curt Friehs MLIS, Madeleine Nash MLIS 2018 Molloy College

Jetstream Volume 2 Issue 1, Nancy Anzalone, Tabitha M. Ochtera Mlis, Theresa Rienzo Mlis, Shikha Joseph Mlis, Judy Drescher Mlis, Tim Hasin Mlis, Nikki Palumbo Mlis, Maya Wilder Mlis, Curt Friehs Mlis, Madeleine Nash Mlis

Tim Hasin

Although summer tends to be when we might experience a bit of a respite on campus, that was certainly not the case here at the JET Library. The library underwent some significant renovations to two of our instruction rooms, Educational Resource Center, and the Suffolk Extension Center Library. We also acquired several new products and technologies such as the DigitalCommons and BrowZine, which you may read about further in this issue of JETstream. At the start of the semester, we continued our annual tradition of hosting the JET Library Pizza Party to welcome the incoming freshmen, as well as our ...


Jetstream Volume 1 Issue 2, Nancy Anzalone, Albert Neal, Shikha Joseph, Tabitha Ochtera, Curt Friehs, Tim Hasin, Judy Drescher, Nikki Palumbo, Madeleine Nash, Susan Bloom 2018 Molloy College

Jetstream Volume 1 Issue 2, Nancy Anzalone, Albert Neal, Shikha Joseph, Tabitha Ochtera, Curt Friehs, Tim Hasin, Judy Drescher, Nikki Palumbo, Madeleine Nash, Susan Bloom

Tim Hasin

The JET Library kicked off 2017 with an always well-received event, our annual “Beat the Blahs” Party, sponsored by the Office of the President. This year, we featured a dessert table where members of the Molloy Community brought in their favorite desserts to share with everyone. We also held our first JET Bake-off, with Karen Cusumano, Executive Assistant in the President’s Office, being awarded a “Certificate in Excellence in Baking” with her “Classic Sour Cream Cheese Cake.” Requests have been received by the library asking if she will share her recipe! Although we definitely did enjoy a delicious feast ...


Jetstream Volume 2 Issue 2, Nancy Anzalone, Theresa Rienzo MLIS, Robert Martin MLS, Tabitha Ochtera MLIS, Tim Hasin MLIS, Albert Neal, Nikki Palumbo MLIS, Shikha Joseph MLIS, Maya Wilder MLIS, Susan Bloom MLIS, Tara Scully, Madeleine Nash MLIS 2018 Molloy College

Jetstream Volume 2 Issue 2, Nancy Anzalone, Theresa Rienzo Mlis, Robert Martin Mls, Tabitha Ochtera Mlis, Tim Hasin Mlis, Albert Neal, Nikki Palumbo Mlis, Shikha Joseph Mlis, Maya Wilder Mlis, Susan Bloom Mlis, Tara Scully, Madeleine Nash Mlis

Tim Hasin

Although the calendar indicated otherwise, with the countless snowstorms these past few months, it seemed as if spring would never arrive. But alas, spring has sprung at Molloy and with that, the end of the Spring 2018 semester. So before many of you leave for your summer breaks or vacations, I invite you to peruse our latest edition of JETstream, perhaps even take it along with you as your summer read! Okay, so maybe a newsletter does not top your summer reading list, but I have no doubt you will find something that is useful, or at the very least ...


Jetstream Volume 1 Issue 1, Nancy Anzalone, Theresa Rienzo, Susan Bloom, Wenhui Chen, Robert Martin, Nikki Palumbo, Tim Hasin 2018 Molloy College

Jetstream Volume 1 Issue 1, Nancy Anzalone, Theresa Rienzo, Susan Bloom, Wenhui Chen, Robert Martin, Nikki Palumbo, Tim Hasin

Tim Hasin

It is with sincere pleasure that I welcome you to the 1st issue of JETstream, a bi-annual newsletter publication for the James E. Tobin Library (JET) at Molloy College. The objective of our newsletter is to help keep the Molloy community informed on matters concerning the library from the wide range of resources we offer, to the various services available, special events, distinctive collections, as well as contact information. Most importantly, we look forward to familiarizing you with our most valued and essential resource, the JET Library librarians and staff.

With the summer already a faded memory, the Fall 2016 ...


Oriental Manuscripts At The University Of Michigan (Slides), Roberta L. Dougherty 2018 Yale University

Oriental Manuscripts At The University Of Michigan (Slides), Roberta L. Dougherty

Robin Dougherty

This paper tells the story of the birth and growth of the collection of Islamic manuscripts at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, USA). While the story has interest in its own right, this paper will also attempt to situate it in the larger story of the collecting of antiquities by Orientalists that began in Europe, first by wealthy dilettantes and royalty, then by museums as they began to grow and be established in the nineteenth century, and continued along similar lines in the young United States by wealthy industrialists and the museums and universities they patronized. Also having a ...


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