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An Introduction to Born Digital Collections at the Manuscript Division, or How to Cross the Equator

Posted by: Leah Weinryb-Grohsgal

The following guest post by Josh Levy, Historian of Science and Technology in the Library’s Manuscript Division, is part two of a series. You can find Part 1 of the series, “Doing History with Born Digital Files: the Rhoda Métraux and Edward Lorenz Papers,” posted on The Signal. Archives can’t just collect physical objects anymore. …

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Introducing Marya McQuirter, CCDI Program Director

Posted by: Leah Weinryb-Grohsgal

This post is cross-posted from the Library blog Of the People: Widening the Path. We are delighted to introduce Marya McQuirter, the new program director for the Connecting Communities Digital Initiative (CCDI). CCDI is a four-year program encouraging creative uses of the Library’s digital collections to center the histories, lives and experiences of Black, Indigenous …

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Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud: An Interview with Khadijah Camp

Posted by: Leah Weinryb-Grohsgal

We are so pleased to introduce Khadijah Camp, who has joined us temporarily from the Library Collections Service Group’s Employee Resources Management & Planning Team. She is working as an Innovation Specialist on the Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud (CCHC) initiative. CCHC is supported by a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. …

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Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud: An Interview with Victoria Scheppele

Posted by: Leah Weinryb-Grohsgal

We are delighted to introduce Victoria (Tori) Scheppele, a Library Technician in the Prints & Photographs Division who has joined us temporarily to work on the Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud (CCHC) initiative. The CCHC initiative is supported by a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Centered in LC Labs, the project …