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Supporting the Acquisition of Openly-Available e-Serials from the Duplicate Materials Exchange Program: An Interview with Junior Fellow Alex Reese

Posted by: Pedro Gonzalez-Fernandez

For thirty years the Library of Congress has offered undergraduate and graduate students from across the country the opportunity to work on projects focused on expanding access to and use of the Library’s collections. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Junior Fellows program continued to be entirely virtual in 2021. The Digital Content …

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Exploring Openly-Licensed e-Serials from the Directory of Open Access Journals: An Interview with Junior Fellow Emmeline Kaser

Posted by: Pedro Gonzalez-Fernandez

For thirty years the Library of Congress has offered undergraduate and graduate students from across the country the opportunity to work on projects focused on expanding access to and use of the Library’s collections. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Junior Fellows program continued to be entirely virtual in 2021. The Digital Content …

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Sparking the Datamagination: 2021 Digital Strategy Summer Intern Design Sprint part II

Posted by: Eileen J. Manchester

This is an interview with Maria Capecchi, Abigail Tick, and Joshua Ortiz Baco, three of the seven students that joined our team during the summer of 2021. As a small group, they worked together to better understand the Newspaper Navigator data set with the needs of undergraduate students in mind.

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Next Slide Please: 2021 Digital Strategy Summer Intern Design Sprint part I

Posted by: Eileen J. Manchester

This is an interview with Emily Zerrenner, Jodanna Domond, Luke Borland, and Darshni Patel, four of the seven students that joined our team during the summer of 2021. As a small group, they worked together to better understand the Library's Web Archives with the needs of researchers and data visualization artists in mind.

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Passing the Mic to Our Audience: User Personas and Strategic Planning for the Sustainability of Digital Formats Website

Posted by: Pedro Gonzalez-Fernandez

This is a guest post written by Hilary Szu Yin Shiue and Jacob Kowall, 2021 Junior Fellows in the Digital Content Management & Services (DCMS) Division under the mentorship of Kate Murray, Digital Projects Coordinator. Hilary and Jacob assisted in updating and expanding the Sustainability of Digital Formats website, which provides information and analysis on …

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Collective Wisdom: Book Sprint to Community Review

Posted by: Leah Weinryb-Grohsgal

The following is a post by Senior Innovation Specialist Meghan Ferriter about the Collective Wisdom initiative. Collective Wisdom  seeks to identify and enrich networks of practitioners of crowdsourcing in cultural heritage, document current practices, and invite others to join in thoughtful consideration of future practices. Supported by an Arts & Humanities Research Council UK US-UK …

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All Hyped Up for HyperCard: Further Adventures with an Apple Legacy Format

Posted by: Pedro Gonzalez-Fernandez

This is a guest post written by Jacob Kowall and Hilary Szu Yin Shiue, 2021 Junior Fellows in the Digital Collections Management & Services Division (DCMS) under the mentorship of Kate Murray, Digital Projects Coordinator. Jacob and Hilary assisted in updating and expanding the Sustainability of Digital Formats website, which provides information and analysis on …