Digital Frontiers is a conference and THATCamp that brings together the makers and users of digital resources for humanities research, teaching and learning. The fourth annual Digital Frontiers is hosted by the School of Arts and Humanities and the Emerging Media and Communication program at University of Texas at Dallas.
The UNT Libraries have announced the 2015-16 Fellowship Awards from Special Collections and The Portal to Texas History. Winners are invited to spend a week in residence at UNT conducting research, and each are also invited to present a brief overview of their research during their residency as part of a Fellowship Lecture Series.
The UNT Libraries have announced the 2015-16 Fellowship Awards from Special Collections and The Portal to Texas History.
For six years the UNT Libraries have used METS to serialize digital objects. Now our local implementation has been accepted by the METS community and registered with the Library of Congress.
Learn more about UNT's albino squirrels and their furry cousins by visiting the UNT Digital Collections.
Lulu, Buddy, Maggie, Macie, and Garda welcomed students, performed tricks, and offered unconditional love to help relieve student stress during finals week. The Paws Across Texas therapy dogs visited from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. on Monday, May 11. Dog therapy was well attended with approximately 500 students filling the Willis Forum.
Learn about the history of the Rescuing Texas History Mini-Grant Program at UNT Libraries.
The Texas Digital Newspaper Program has added over 100,000 pages of the Houston Post to The Portal to Texas History. Covering the years 1903 to 1923, it enables us to step into the shoes of the people who lived through and shaped history. In other words, like all newspapers, these pages make the past current for present-day readers.