Candace Barrington and Jonathan Hsy to Speak on Global Chaucers Digital Humanities Project

Today, February 2, from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. in Alderman 421, Candace Barrington, Professor of English at Central Connecticut State University, and Jonathan Hsy, Associate Professor of English at George Washington University, will present “Digital Hospitality,” a talk about archiving … Continue reading

Will Rourk Joins with UVA Faculty to Model Interactive Tibetan City

The Fall 2016 issue of UVA’s Arts Magazine features an article about a project funded by the the Mellon Foundation, and led by Cultural Heritage Data Specialist Will Rourk of the Library Scholars’ Lab, director of UVA’s Tibet Center David … Continue reading

Brown Science & Engineering Library hosts virtual “Accessible Media, Web and technology Conference”

Anyone from the University community who has digital accessibility responsibilities should attend the virtual “Accessible Media, Web and technology Conference,” presented by Accessing Higher Ground (AHG). The conference will be held in room 133 of the Brown Science and Engineering … Continue reading

NEH Grant allows Scholars’ Lab to Enhance Neatline Digital Mapping Program

In an article, “Mapping the Humanities,” UVA Today features the Scholars’ Lab and its innovative program Neatline—a digital platform that uses maps, timelines, and text to create multidimensional digital humanities projects. The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded … Continue reading

Chronicle of Higher Education Features Incoming University Librarian and Digital Humanities Pioneer John Unsworth

UVA’s own incoming librarian John Unsworth is one of several librarians moving into new positions featured in the June 19 Chronicle of Higher Education article “3 Librarians Bring Skills in Preservation and Technological Innovation to Their New Top Roles.” Citing … Continue reading

Phase II of the the Library’s Digitized Daily Progress Microfilm Archive Now Complete

The University Library has just announced it has completed Phase II in its project to digitize Charlottesville’s Daily Progress newspaper and make all issues through 1964 viewable online in Virgo, the Library’s catalog. Phase I came about when Bradley Daigle—at … Continue reading

Please Join Academic Accessibility for the AccessU Summit!

On May 10, the University Library will host a viewing of the AccessU Summit, sponsored by the Coordinator of Academic Accessibility. This day-long, online event is open to all, but is geared mostly toward UVA web professionals responsible for making our … Continue reading