Digital Humanities Forum — A Travelogue

This is the briefest of travelogues — a description of what went on at the Digital Humanities Forum, February 24, 2011. On Thursday, February 24, the Hesburgh Libraries and the Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA) sponsored the Digital Humanities Forum. The purpose of the event was to raise the awareness of the digital humanities across … Continue reading “Digital Humanities Forum — A Travelogue”

Join virtually the “CRRA/ND Digital Humanities Forum” Thursday Feb. 24

Dear CRRA members and friends, Are you interested in learning more about Catholic digital scholarship and innovations in text mining and visualization to facilitate knowledge discovery within the Catholic portal?  Please join us virtually or in person this Thursday, Feb. 24 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm EST (noon Central, 10am Pacific).  For event details, see … Continue reading “Join virtually the “CRRA/ND Digital Humanities Forum” Thursday Feb. 24″

ND/CRRA Forum on Digital Humanities

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 digital humanities When: Thursday afternoon (February 24) and Friday morning (February 25) Where: (probably) Geddes Hall Why: Because it is about more than find and … Continue reading “ND/CRRA Forum on Digital Humanities”

Catholic Pamphlets and the Catholic Portal: An evolution in librarianship

This blog posting outlines, describes, and demonstrates how a set of Catholic pamphlets were digitized, indexed, and made accessible through the Catholic Portal. In the end it advocates an evolution in librarianship. A few years ago, a fledgling Catholic pamphlets digitization process was embarked upon. [1] In summary, a number of different library departments were … Continue reading “Catholic Pamphlets and the Catholic Portal: An evolution in librarianship”

The Jesuit Libraries Provenance Project

Kyle Roberts, Loyola University Chicago The Jesuit Libraries Provenance Project (JLPP) was launched in March 2014 to create a visual archive of provenance marks from historic Jesuit college, seminary, and university library collections and to foster a participatory community interested in the history of these books. Founded by students, faculty, and library professionals at Loyola … Continue reading “The Jesuit Libraries Provenance Project”

CRRA Update Winter 2015

CRRA Update Winter 2015 (December, January, February) please see the PDF for the more visually rich version In this issue: Welcome, CRRA Update Associate Editor, Rose Fortier Committee Briefs CRRA Liaisons and DAC Host Webinar on the Catholic Portal ICON Webinars for the Catholic Newspapers Project Tech Corner Under Construction! The CRRA Website catholicresearch.net News … Continue reading “CRRA Update Winter 2015”