Today the University of North Texas Libraries are joining the celebration of International Digital Preservation Day. In addition to the series of events in the Library, we’ll feature a series of posts today about the impact of digital preservation on areas of interest to the DH@UNT team. Digital preservation touches everyone, not just libraries and… Read more »
As the dh+lib Review editors worked behind the scenes this summer, they invited a few members of their community to step in as guest editors and share what they are reading and why the dh+lib audience might want to read it too. UNT Libraries Repository Librarian Pamela Andrews (Digital Curation Unit) and Research Associate Professor… Read more »
The very first YouTube video, “Me at the Zoo” by user “jawed,” appeared on April 23, 2005! Happy Birthday, YouTube!
My job is weird. I have a Ph.D. in English and “Professor” in my title, but I work in an academic library as a department head. I don’t have an MLIS. Currently I don’t have a DH project, as such, but I’ve been doing research about labor ethics and DH pedagogy, and about the relationship… Read more »
“A day in my life often involves helping digital humanists, scholars, students, or nonprofit personnel search for grant funding. I work with grant seekers who come in to the UNT Eagle Commons Library, to use our funding resources. We are proud to offer access to community members as well as UNT-affiliated individuals. My colleagues… Read more »
DH @ UNT is a forum for all things digital humanities related at the University of North Texas. We’ll be blogging about projects, tools, and current events, and highlighting some of the creative digital work done by faculty, students, and staff at UNT. If you have information you’d like to contribute, please email email@example.com. Follow… Read more »