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Re-engineering a website into a digital humanities project - we think!
What happens when you have a website that needs a facelift and you want to evolve the contents into a digital humanities project? What makes it different? This poster session explores a process we are attempting at the ...
It's a Big World After All ... The Pitfalls of Digitizing and Describing a Linguistics Project by Non-linguists
A digitized collection of linguistics recordings made by Jimmy G. Harris, a former employee of the United Nations who worked for several decades in many far-flung parts of the world. The recordings are unique, capturing ...
From Primary Resources to a Foundation for Programming: Disability History at UTA Libraries
In 2013, the Special Collections Department of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) Libraries was asked to collect disability history materials. Review of the current collection revealed many materials relating to ...
How To Create a Library Website With Limited Experience and Your Web Developer Leaves the Day It Drops in Beta (Oh yea, we did this in 3 months!)
(University of Texas at Arlington Libraries, 2015-08-07)
UT Arlington Libraries released a new Drupal website in January 2015, only eighteen months after several members of our web team were still learning basic tools such as CSS! Discussion will include planning, use of SharePoint ...
Border land: the Struggle for Texas, 1821-1846
(College of Liberal Arts and UTA Libraries, 2017-01-26)
This project maps sites of conflict between Native Americans and Euro-Americans in Texas from the creation of the First Mexican Republic to the outbreak of the U.S.-Mexico War (1821-1846). Texas during this period was the ...