By Rosalie Lack, CDL Digital Special Collections Director The CDL has transitioned the access of several image collections from CDL’s version of the Luna Insight service to other entry … More…
CDLINFO News: Authored by Rosalie Lack
Researchers worldwide will soon have access to previously inaccessible collections of documents, photographs, and other rich archival materials related to California’s environmental history.
Do you have a web site you’d like to share that has been created by a UC campus faculty member, librarian, or researcher? Let us know! We’d like to add it to Calisphere.
CDL is pleased to welcome Sherri Berger to the Digital Special Collections (DSC) group.
A new Themed Collection: 1780-1880: California in Transition is now available in Calisphere.
Maureen Burns (Humanities Curator, UCI Visual Resources Collection) will be joining the CDL 25% time, for a 5-month assignment providing support and management assistance for the UC Image Service.
Library of Congress, Internet Archive, and CDL Team Up with Middle and High Schools for Web Archiving Project
The Library of Congress, Internet Archive, and CDL are collaborating on a project to archive web sites — from the perspective of middle and high school students — with a view toward preserving and integrating primary resources into the K-12 teaching curriculum.
Now that fall has returned and UC students are streaming back to campus, it’s a good time to take another look at Calisphere with undergraduate students in mind.
This is a reminder that Counting California has been decommissioned; see previous CDLINFO article (dated March 31, 2008) for details.
Recently, Bay Area K-12 teachers learned simple and practical ways to team a cutting-edge technology — an iPod touch, PowerPoint, and online tools such as MovieMaker and Garageband — with Calisphere’s thousands of primary source images to bring history to life in the classroom.