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  • Author(s):
    Donald Brower
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    A November 18, 2021, workshop by Donald Brower, PhD, University of Notre Dame.

    What is TeX? TeX is a system to produce formatted documents. While it can produce all kinds of documents, such as Articles, Slides, CVs, Handouts, and Exams, it is especially useful for items with mathematical formula (but that is not a requirement). TeX is a mark-up language, akin to HTML. One writes a text file containing commands that tell TeX how to format the file. Then one…

    Date Created:
    2022-01-06
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    Presentation
  • Author(s):
    apapson
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    Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness was an interactive exhibition that examined concepts of health and medicine among contemporary American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawai’ians and featured interviews with more than one hundred tribal leaders, healers, physicians, educators, and others. The exhibition was displayed at the University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Libraries Rare Books and Special Collections from September through October 2016. The materials attache…

    Date Created:
    2021-12-14
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    Program
  • Author(s):
    James Parker Ladwig
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    Over time, the University of Notre Dame’s academic departments have changed names, split, ceased, or been formed. This document traces the genealogy, if you will, of Notre Dame’s academic departments from 1920 to 2022. Information presented here was gathered from the University of Notre Dame’s Undergraduate Bulletins of Information held by the University Archives.

    Date Created:
    2021-11-30
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    Document
  • Author(s):
    Louis Jordan
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    This is the collected web pages from a Hesburgh Library website called “Coins and Currency.” The PDFs are provided for preservation purposes only. View the archived website at: https://web.archive.org/web/20211106014745/https://coins.nd.edu/

    Note: The PDFs are numbered based on an internal system, and skip numbers. However, no pages are missing.

    Date Created:
    1998-01-01
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    Document
  • Author(s):
    Michael L. Bradford, Mark Dehmlow, Anastasia Guimaraes, M. Ladd, Pat Loghry, Marcy Simons
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    The authors of this chapter undertook a study to determine how well library school education is preparing students for electronic resources (ER) librarianship. The study provides an analysis of 100 ER librarian position descriptions to determine the requisite skills, training, and knowledge, and then an analysis of how well those skills are covered in the ALA-accredited Master’s level library programs through their course descriptions. The authors also examine ways to define, explore, and…

    Date Published:
    2008-10
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  • Author(s):
    Anastasia Guimaraes, Zheng (John) Wang
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    Many libraries today are inundated with increasing number of tasks, projects, and initiatives through which they hope to achieve their mission and strategic vision only to find themselves losing focus and drowning in the volume of work. Hesburgh Libraries at the University of Notre Dame struggled with absorbing an exponentially growing number of projects and aligning them with institutional strategic initiatives and goals. The increasing number of projects and the relatively stable size of th…

    Date Published:
    2017-10
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    Purpose: The first part of the chapter discusses the premise that “wearing many hats” impedes a professional’s ability to get successful project results in a library setting. Offering their own experience as an example, the authors explore the issues that led to the implementation of project manager as a full time position at Hesburgh Libraries. Part two of the chapter offers practical suggestions for incorporating a project management office (PMO) into a library setting. It includes the defi…

    Date Created:
    2021-11-03
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    Book Chapter
  • Author(s):
    Anastasia Guimaraes
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    A summary of the 2016 ALA Annual meeting of the ALA ALCTS Technical Services Managers in Academic Libraries Interest Group.

    Date Published:
    2017-03
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  • Author(s):
    Hanna Bertoldi, Peggy Griesinger, Mikala Narlock
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    This presentation accompanies a paper accepted to iPres 2021, an international digital preservation conference. The paper abstract is as follows:

    The Hesburgh Libraries and Snite Museum of Art at the University of Notre Dame were awarded a 3-year grant that provided funding for a unified discovery and exhibition platform. Although many digital preservation concerns were outside the scope of the grant, one beneficial output of the project has been renewed discussion and interest around robust…

    Date Created:
    2021-10-25
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    Presentation
  • Author(s):
    Cinda Ann May, Emily Symonds, Mary Ryan, SP, Connie McCammon
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    A panel discussion on sharing digital content managed through CONTENTdm and harvested for the Indiana Humanities Council’s smartDESKTOP, an online respository of resources for K-12 educators that are aligned with Indiana Department of Education standards.

    Date Published:
    2008
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  • Author(s):
    Cinda Ann May
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    A first hand account of the establishment of Wabash Valley Visions & Voices Digital Memory Project; the Project’s affiliation with the Indiana Humanities Council’s smartDESKTOP; the development of Community Scan Days; the challenges and benefits of collaboration; and the need for digital preservation.

    Date Published:
    2008
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  • Author(s):
    Hanna Bertoldi, Mikala Narlock, Amanda H. Brown, Dustin DuPree, Madeleine Wieand
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    As digital projects have become increasingly common, how can we sustainably evolve our online collection experiences? This panel will consider how responding to user needs can create digital collection projects that maximize limited resources. Each case study will have a different perspective: collection content, knowledge infrastructure, and GLAM collaboration.

    Date Created:
    2021-10-05
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