Thursday, March 11, 2010

Publications and Presentations

Amanda A. Hurford, Digital Initiatives Multimedia Developer, and Maren L. Read, former Archivist for Manuscript Collections, recently published an article related to their creation of the Middletown Women’s History Collection, which uses photographs, films, posters, and interviews from the different Middletown Studies projects to “document the experiences of women in Muncie, Indiana, from the 1880s through the 1930s.” This collection is the result of a Library Services and Technology Act digitization grant. View the Middletown Women’s History Collection in the Digital Media Repository at

Carolyn F. Runyon, Archivist for Digital Development and University Records and Amanda A. Hurford, Digital Initiatives Multimedia Developer, (pictured above) presented “Innovative Tools for Access: Enhancing Digital Collections with Emerging Technologies” at the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference in Austin, Texas, on February 1, 2010.

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