Baldwin Library: How libraries declare ownership wp.me/p4zsUg-74 via @salteri
Race, Gender, & Technology Course Website, Instructor Dhanashree Thorat; Course looks fabulous! wp.me/P4HE49-1 @shree_thorat
News release below on the NFAIS Humanities Roundtable below, and full information on the NFAIS website. Thirteenth Annual NFAIS Humanities Roundtable Considers Digital Humanities and Digital Publishing After a-sell-out event in Chicago in 2013, the NFAIS Humanities Roundtable returns to
View inside my office in UF’s Library West. I keep adding sticky whiteboard with so much work to do this year! http://t.co/L12Fpr4Mzq
View of UF’s Century Tower from Library West on #pcmc100 celebration day @uflibexhibits http://t.co/CqR9dUcJ6R
My favorite item for the UF Panama Canal Exhibits #pcmc100 @musarian http://t.co/vNoPlBDKuN
Many giggles, much goodness, great laughter as @elotroalex shared Hipster Ipsum’s “artisanal filler text” for DH Lib hipsum.co
Fabulous turnout for Neatline & GitHub training by @elotroalex for DH Librarians; attendees from Lib, Research Computing, English, History!!
Great presentation by @elotroalex on Columbia Developing Librarian project & lovely shoutout on great admin support @Wilderbach
The announcement below is from the UF Faculty Update Newsletter for August 6, 2014. 2014-15 ACLS Fellowship Competitions Now Open The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) is pleased to announce that the 2014-15 ACLS fellowship competitions are now open.