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  • Abstract:

    Between October and December 2015, a small study was conducted to understand the past and current collaborations between academic campus museums and libraries. Association of American Universities, Private (AAUP) libraries were contacted to share the relationships they have with their campus museums and galleries. Specifically, art librarians were targeted as the Snite Museum is an art museum. From these responses, recommendations were made to the University Librarian for potential partnershi…

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    2015-12-21
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    In Spring 2015, I was apart of a team at the University of Notre Dame in the Engineering library that was assembled to collect data about the library space from faculty, staff and students in the College of Engineering. After the team collected data from January to April 2015, I wrote a report. The report analyzes the data and proposes potential changes to the library.

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    2015-12-17
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  • Author(s):
    Kai Alexis Smith
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    In summer 2015, I explored the possibility of a Materials Library being built at the University of Notre Dame (ND). The interest for this came from faculty in the Art, Art History, and Design department. In this document many aspects of building such a collection and possible partners and departments on campus that might be interested are identified including ways to acquire materials, possible vendors, recommended readings, ways to organize such a collection, funding, and possible outreach o…

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    Christoph Clavius
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    The Opera Mathematica of Christoph Clavius was compiled in 1611-1612 and contains works within the fields of both pure and applied mathematics. One of the most famous selections from this set is, of course, Clavius exposition of the Gregorian calendar. Except for the Commentary on Theodosius (1721) and the Commentary on John of Holywood’s Spheres (1784), however, there are no English translations of Clavius’ works. As Fr. MacDonnell wrote in 2001, “He was considered an illustrious mathemati…

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