During December 2019

Here @ ZSR


Expanding the reach of our Digital Collections is a steady aim at ZSR. An effective strategy to achieve this is by contributing to publically accessible platforms that bring together digital collections on locally focused compilations such as Digital Forsyth, and national stages like (DPLA) Digital Public Library of America. Most recently is our new role... Continue reading “ZSR Joins ATLA”

Student Voices and Oral History

This past Summer, Special Collections and Archives (SCA) director Tanya Zanish-Belcher approached me about working with some of their oral histories to look at the viability of using Doug A Boyd’s Oral History Metadata Synchronizer (OHMS) with their collections. At my previous university, we used OHMS for our oral histories, and I had prepared some... Continue reading “Student Voices and Oral History”

2019: The Year in Reading

As 2019 comes to a close, let’s take a moment to reflect upon our year in reading! The following titles from our browsing collection represent books that were frequently checked out by members of our reading community in the past year. Browsing book with most checkouts of 2019 Becoming by Michelle Obama Frequently checked out... Continue reading “2019: The Year in Reading”