This message outlines an upcoming event tentatively called the Notre Dame/CRRA Forum on Digital Humanities:
Who: Anybody and everybody across the University
What: A set of presentations and workshops on
When: Thursday afternoon (February 24) and Friday
morning (February 25)
Where: (probably) Geddes Hall
Why: Because it is about more than find and
access, it is also about use and
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CRRA is getting some press … DePaul University Rinn Law Library for their recent blogpost “Catholic Research Resources Alliance Helps Locate Canon Law Titles” http://depaullaw.typepad.com/library/2010/09/catholic-research-resources-alliance-helps-locate-canon-law-titles.html
DePaul is the CRRA’s newest member and we welcome and thank you!
Thanks to the good work done by Eric Frierson of St. Edwards University, the “sandbox” of “Catholic Portal” now sports the look & feel of our public view:
Moreover, since the “sandbox” is runs version 1.0 of VUFind, many of the Web 2.0 links work correctly. In other words, things like emailing, tagging, citing, reviewing, etc. function correctly.
While we could move this whole thing into production, it may behoove use to associate hyperlinks with each found item to point back to hosting institutions to facilitate access. What do you think?