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The making of …and the earth did not swallow him, a film by Severo Perez
Severo Perez’s 1995 film, …and the earth did not swallow him, is adapted from Tomás Rivera’s classic 1971 Chicano novel, …y no se lo tragó la tierra. It beautifully evokes the substance and spirit of Rivera’s work, and has ...
Novel Workflow for Large Scale Thesis Digitization
Texas State University recently began digitizing approximately 6,000 theses to create digital preservation copies and electronic versions that may eventually be used for patron access. This presentation will discuss our ...
A Geospatially Oriented Humanities Exhibit
On January 1, 1987 Texas Monthly writer Dick Reavis set out on a year-long journey to drive every road on the official map of Texas, and report his experiences in a series of articles. The Dick Reavis Papers at The Wittliff ...
Diving into Data: Implementing a Data Repository at the Texas Digital Library
The need for Data Management services is one of two large‐scale needs consistently expressed by members of the Texas Digital Library (TDL), a consortium of academic libraries throughout the state. In particular, members ...
Developing a long-term and large scale project to digitize photographic negatives
(Texas Digital Library, 2017-05-25)
Texas State University received a 2017 TSLAC TexTreasures Grant, funded by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services, to digitize at-risk photographic negatives in the University Archives. For the initial stages ...
The Board of Regents Reports and Minutes digitization case study: how we did it faster, cheaper, and better
Alkek Library's Digital & Web Services Department at Texas State University is digitizing the University Archives' Board of Regents Reports and Minutes collection. The collection is comprised of an estimated 45,000 pages ...