Posts with the tag: Digital

The Archivist’s Nook: Digital Rebirth – Labor Collections at Catholic University

The papers of Terence V. Powderly, John W. Hayes, and John Mitchell, three Gilded Age and Progressive Era labor leaders of national importance are now available online in digital format thanks to a partnership between The Catholic University of America (CUA) and ProQuest’s History Vault subscription service. Securing collections of notable Catholic labor leaders like Read More

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Digital Scholarship: Officially Summer, READ!

The promise of summer is time to read! Wherever you may be reading this summer, here are some lists to ignite your reading imagination: CUA Popular Reading titles 12 New Books We’re Reading This Summer (and 6 Not So New) From Publisher’s Weekly – Best Books Summer 2016 Bill Gates weighs in with Your Summer Read More

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Digitized Medieval Manuscripts app

Giulio Menna & Marjolein de Vos of Sexy Codicology have developed a new product called Digitized Medieval Manuscripts app which “links to more than 300 libraries in the world.1”  All of these manuscripts are available for free online from various libraries and institutions throughout the world. It’s a great tool for furthering your historical research. Read More

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