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Select Archives and Special Collections materials are now available in the Digital Public Library of America

Nearly 9,000 primary source documents and images curated and digitized by Northeastern University Libraries’ Archives and Special Collections are now available in the Digital Public Library of America. The DPLA is a national resource that brings together digital materials held by American libraries, archives, and museums. Northeastern University Libraries’ contribution to DPLA was made possible  Continue Reading »

DSG-Authored CERES Case Study Published in College and Undergraduate Libraries

Recently, several Digital Scholarship Group members teamed up to research and write an article that will be published in College and Undergraduate Libraries. Authored by Sarah Sweeney, Digital Repository Manager; Julia Flanders, DSG Director; and Abbie Levesque, DSG Coordinator and doctoral student in English, the article uses the CERES Toolkit as a case study for  Continue Reading »

Meet the 2017 CERES Exhibit Toolkit Projects!

The DSG is proud to announce the projects chosen for this year’s round of CERES Exhibit Toolkit development. We will work with the following four projects to implement enhancements and new features to improve user experience, create additional exhibit tools, and incorporate the Toolkit in the classroom: Boston as Middle Passage In 2015, students and  Continue Reading »

2017 Call for Proposals: The CERES Exhibit Toolkit

Deadline: March 31 Apply here: Project Application More information : Call For Proposals 2017 The Digital Scholarship Group is now accepting proposals for the next round of CERES Exhibit Toolkit development (formerly known as The DRS Project Toolkit). The CERES Exhibit Toolkit is a user-friendly set of tools for building digital projects and publications using  Continue Reading »

Undergraduate Research Assistant: Kaley Bachelder

In Fall of 2016, I joined the Digital Scholarship Group team to assist in the development of one of the flagship CERES: Exhibit Toolkit websites, the Catskills Institute. Previously housed by Brown University, the Catskills Institute is a collection of postcards, pamphlets, and other memorabilia as well as personal anecdotes and recollections curated by Phil  Continue Reading »

DRS Milestone: 100,000 Files!

I’m happy to announce that the Digital Repository Service (DRS) now contains more than 100,000 files! We reached this milestone earlier in the month as files were being uploaded into the Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción collection for Archives and Special Collections. The 100,000 files stored in the DRS cover a broad range of topics, from  Continue Reading »

DRS Information Session

Curious about the Digital Repository Service? Stop by the DSC Media Lounge to learn more about the the DRS and what it can do for you. This session will include a demonstration of uploading, searching, and browsing in the DRS, an overview of highlighted DRS content, and a forum to ask questions about the DRS  Continue Reading »

DRS Information Session

Curious about the Digital Repository Service? Stop by the DSC Media Lounge to learn more about the the DRS and what it can do for you. This session will include a demonstration of uploading, searching, and browsing in the DRS, an overview of highlighted DRS content, and a forum to ask questions about the DRS  Continue Reading »

DRS Information Session

Curious about the Digital Repository Service? Stop by the DSC Media Lounge to learn more about the the DRS and what it can do for you. This session will include a demonstration of uploading, searching, and browsing in the DRS, an overview of highlighted DRS content, and a forum to ask questions about the DRS  Continue Reading »

DRS Information Session

Curious about the Digital Repository Service? Stop by the DSC Media Lounge to learn more about the the DRS and what it can do for you. This session will include a demonstration of uploading, searching, and browsing in the DRS, an overview of highlighted DRS content, and a forum to ask questions about the DRS  Continue Reading »

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