We are excited to announce that Digital Frontiers 2015 will be hosted by the School of Arts and Humanities and the Emerging Media and Communication program at University of Texas at Dallas. The conference will be held in the UT-D University Union and the beautiful new Edith O'Donnell Arts and Technology Building at the center of the UT-D campus. The conference will take place September 17-19, 2015, and the Call for Proposals will be available after February 1st.
Workshop as part of the spring graduate school workshop series. This workshop discusses building an online academic profile and learning more about emerging tools, setting up accounts, maintaining your online profie, and increasing the impact of your research.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to turn your research into an award-winning academic poster? In this workshop, topics include idea conception, design, software selection, data visualization, poster logistics, printing, and funding, as well as information on increasing the impact of your academic poster and research work.
UNT’s Special Collections department was awarded $164,400 through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ (CLIR) Hidden Collections program for the 2014-2016 project Post-War Industry and Development of the Southwest Metroplex. Hidden collections are those collections that reside within libraries, archives, or cultural heritage institutions; yet, are undiscoverable due to non-existent or inefficient description.
The University of North Texas Libraries invites applications for the 2015 UNT Special Collections Research Fellowship. Research in special collections is relevant to studies in a variety of disciplines including history, journalism, political science, geography, fine art, art history and American studies.
Historical researchers from several universities are using primary source material from Texas digital newspapers to study slavery in the years before the Civil War. One innovative project places runaway slave advertisements on Twitter and then links back to the newspapers to provide context.
Through dedication to preservation and access, the Texas Digital Newspaper Program is proud to announce that it has reached the milestone of 2.5 million pages of newspapers that are freely available on The Portal to Texas History.
Recently, the Texas Digital Newspaper Program (TDNP) reached two million pages of Texas newspapers on The Portal to Texas History. Made digitally available from microfilm, physical pages, and PDF e-print editions, the newspapers offer a glimpse into daily life in Texas from 1829 to the present.
The Vann Victorian Collection is a treasure of the University of North Texas Libraries and an exceptional resource for the study of Victorian literature. This exhibit showcases some pieces from the collection, including rare first editions, part-issue editions and association copies. Dr. J. Don Vann, Professor Emeritus at UNT, curated this exhibit.
The Portal to Texas History, administered by UNT Libraries to provide access to more than 385,000 digitized books, photographs, maps, newspapers, letters and other historic materials, has been named a Service Hub by the Digital Public Library of America.