Newspaper Digitization: University of Delaware Library Makes the Newark Post Available Online
From the Newark Post:
The University of Delaware Library announces that the Center for Digital Collections has begun an exciting project to digitize the Newark Post, the weekly newspaper serving greater Newark and western New Castle County in Delaware.
The issues for years 2006, 2007 and 2008 have already been completed and are accessible online at http://dspace.udel.edu:8080/dspace/handle/19716/9949. The files are stored as full-text searchable PDF documents and are freely available to everyone for viewing.
The years 2009 to the present will soon be completed, and library staff will begin to digitize earlier issues back to 1995. The entire project of 1995 to current date is expected to be completed within a year.
Additional back issues prior to 1995 (and which are available on microfilm) may be digitized as resources become available.
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See Also: University of Delaware Library Completes Digitization of Yearbooks (October 2011)
All yearbooks of the University, published under varied names, were scanned at a high resolution and are full-text searchable. A user can search online for a specific name, word or topic in each yearbook.
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