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Archivist at Home Webinar hosted by TDL and SSA

Texas Digital Library and the Society of Southwest Archivists host a conversation with colleagues in archives and special collections about how they are adapting to working from home.

We ask that attendees review the Archivists At Home document created by the Accessibility &

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Posted in Events, Texas Digital Library


Pub101 with the Open Textbook Network

TDL Members are invited to a free learning opportunity with the Open Textbook Network: Pub 101.

Pub101 is a free, informal, online orientation to open textbook publishing, and will explore the first units of the Open Textbook Network Publishing Curriculum.

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Posted in Open Educational Resources, scholarly communication, Texas Digital Library


TCDL 2020- Things to Do and Places to Eat

Things to Do and Places to Eat

Here are some nearby options for food and entertainment near the Domain

See our COVID-19 update page

Food

Here are some options in the Domain area near the conference hotels:

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Posted in TCDL, Texas Digital Library


Breaking Down Barriers at TCDL

The 2019 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries brought together over 200 librarians, archivists, technologists, students, and information professionals to explore perspectives. All of us at Texas Digital Library found this year’s conference more fun and inspiring than ever. Below are just a few highlights listing the ways #tcdl2019 was our best TCDL yet.

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Posted in TCDL, Texas Digital Library



Digital Collections and Communities

By Rachael Zipperer, Masters Candidate at the University of Texas School of Information

Digital archives can also be a home for materials from community members. Stephen F. Austin State’s Community Collections are a great example of bringing community members into the digital archive.

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Posted in digital collections, Institutional Repositories, Texas Digital Library


Scholarly Works in Digital Repositories

By Rachael Zipperer, Masters Candidate at the University of Texas School of Information

Digital repositories are often home to recent scholarship. Housing electronic dissertations and theses and other scholarly works in digital repositories gives scholars greater exposure and contributes to the larger scholarly community by sharing research openly.

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Posted in Institutional Repositories, scholarly communication, Texas Digital Library


What is a Digital Repository?

By Rachael Zipperer, Masters Candidate at the University of Texas School of Information

Key to engaging participants in digital preservation is understanding what a digital repository is and its role in preserving digital content. When physical items are preserved,

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Posted in Institutional Repositories, Texas Digital Library


Preservation Week

By Rachael Zipperer, Masters Candidate at the University of Texas School of Information

 

This week is the American Library Association’s Preservation Week,

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Posted in Texas Digital Library


Getting Started with OER: Free Webinar Series

Navigate the murky waters of OER by signing up for this free webinar series which will help you get started with OER on your campus.

Texas Digital Library is excited to present a new webinar series highlighting practical steps to getting started with OER (open educational resources).

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Posted in Open Educational Resources, Texas Digital Library, training


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