September 2, 2015

News Roundup

1. Digital Humanities: NC State University Receives $324,000 Grant From NEH to Fund Next Phase of DH Project (via NC State News) 2. UNLV (U. of Nevada, Las Vegas) University Library Joins HathiTrust 3. ProQuest Names Clay McDaniel as Vice President Global Marketing

News Roundup

1. HarperCollins Publishers Sells More Than 1.1 Million Copies of Go Set a Watchman in Print, e-Book and Audio Format 2. Emory’s Literary Archives Inspire Next Generation of Poets (via Emory News Center) 3. German Consortium Baden-Wuerttemberg Signs Agreement with Scientific Publisher Elsevier 4. Open to Employed Librarians and Para-Professionals in US and Canada: Apply […]

Academic Libraries: Take a Tour of the Soon to Open James B. Hunt Library at North Carolina State University

The Hunt Library is scheduled to open on January 2, 2013. The facility was recently opened to media for a tour. Multimedia Image Gallery (via WRAL) 34 images taken during media tour on December 13, 2012. From the News and Observer: The James B. Hunt Jr. Library, a startling digital re-boot of what it means […]

Update: Digitizing the Long Civil Rights Movement in North Carolina

From the University of North Carolina Library: Six months ago, the digital production centers at UNC Chapel Hill and Duke University began scanning more than 35 archival collections related to the long civil rights movement—a substantial undertaking by the Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN). Drawing on collections from Duke University, North Carolina Central University, North […]