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DRS Collection Profile: The Boys and Girls Club Photograph Archive

The Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections’ vast collection of photographs from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston is now available in the DRS. This collection tells an important story of the Boys and Girls Club of Boston (BGCB) and the organization’s rich involvement in the Boston community from 1893 to 2004. There are  Continue Reading »

DRS Project Toolkit: Meet Our Inaugural Group Of Supported Projects!

The Digital Scholarship Group is pleased to announce the projects chosen for the DRS Project Toolkit Pilot program. In this Pilot program, the DSG works with selected digital projects at Northeastern to develop the new tools they need for online scholarship. Projects will store and preserve their digital content in Northeastern’s next generation Digital Repository  Continue Reading »

UPCOMING EVENT: Preserving our scholarship: A conversation at the intersection of digital humanities and digital preservation

We invited National Digital Stewardship Resident Jen LaBarbera to discuss her upcoming event, “Preserving our scholarship: A conversation at the intersection of digital preservation and digital humanities,” an exciting discussion that will take place this Thursday at Northeastern. During the analog age, archivists and scholars became adept at preserving scholarly work; manuscripts, drafts, and research products were  Continue Reading »

Women Writers Online is Free for the Month of March!

The Women Writers Project is happy to announce that Women Writers Online will be freely available during the month of March, in celebration of Women’s History Month. We invite you to explore the collection at: Women Writers Online now contains more than 350 texts published between 1526 and 1850, including new works by Aphra  Continue Reading »

Upcoming Workshop: Digital Tools In The Classroom: Omeka

Are you interested in using more digital tools for storytelling in the classroom? Would you like students to create online exhibits and work with historical materials? Omeka is a free, open source content management system that makes it easy for teachers to work with digital collections in the classroom. On Monday, November 17th, Dave DeCamp  Continue Reading »

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