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All off-campus URLs for library resources have been updated. Access to resources through the library's website remains seamless, but users who have bookmarks are advised to contact the library or click through for instructions on how to update their URLs.
Databases provide full-text images of the newspapers from their first issues in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries through the end of the twentieth century.
DSS recently welcomed James Griffin as the new co-Director for Research and Development. James is excited to execute a vision for DSS anchored in the values of open-source collaboration and digital library preservation.
Nottage, a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright whose latest play, Sweat, explores the social effects of industrial decline in the U.S., will visit campus on February 1.
John Clark, Data Visualization GIS Librarian at Skillman Library Digital Scholarship Services, supports Molly Leech '17 in incorporating a geographic component in her Anthropology and Sociology senior thesis.
Digital Library Developer James Griffin of Digital Scholarship Services recently presented on the Swift Poems Project at the Digital Scholarly Editions as Interfaces Conference at Graz University in Austria.