Registration is now open for Digital Frontiers 2015, the conference and THATCamp that brings together the makers and users of digital resources in the humanities, September 17-19, 2015 at the University of Texas at Dallas. Digital Frontiers is the largest and longest-running digital humanities conference in Texas.
New historic documents, photographs, and scrapbooks are now available in the Barbara C. Jordan Archives digital collection through the Portal to Texas History.
UNT and Texas A&M Libraries worked with professionals from Jimma, Mettu, and Addis Ababa Universities in Ethiopia toward a goal of improving the institutions' digital repositories.
More than 79,000 pages of Dallas Voice have been digitized by the University of North Texas Library as part of its Portal to Texas History.
UNT Libraries Scholarly Publishing Services is pleased to announce a competition for grants to UNT teaching faculty for use towards publication fees to publish new works of scholarship under the Eagle Editions imprint. Thanks to generous support from the UNT Libraries' Dean's Innovation Fund, UNT Libraries Scholarly Publishing Services will make up to five grants of up to $1,000 in the fall of 2015.
The UNT Libraries have launched a new publishing service meant to complement the UNT Press. Eagle Editions, an imprint of the UNT Libraries, is designed for works of scholarship from the UNT community. All books from Eagle Editions are freely available to read online, and some are available in print, as e-books, or both.
Eagle Editions is just one of a number of publishing-related services provided by the UNT Libraries:
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.