Tag Archives: Open Access

Digital Learning Fair, February 23, 11-1 in Smathers 100

Do you want to ace your paper? Impress your friends? Improve your chances of finding a job? Join us for UF Libraries’ Digital Learning Fair on February 23!
The Fair brings librarians and students together to highlight steps for finding the best research online and organizing your work quickly, plus the One Button Studio, 3-D printing, video streaming access, digital newspapers, maps and mapping tools, institutional repository and digital archival collections . . .
Don’t miss out. Meet us in Smathers East, Room 100–right next to Library West (look for balloons), and use #GatorsGoDigital to share what you learn.
Hosted in connection with Digital Learning Day.

Women's Instructional Writings in Nineteenth-Century France: A Digital Bibliography

Hello everyone,
On May 22, Bénédicte Monicat and I gave a talk on her digital bibliography project (entitled “Women’s Instructional Writings in Nineteenth-Century France”) at the Women’s History in the Digital World 2015 Conference.
You can now find our presentation in the Bryn Mawr College repository as well as in ScholarSphere, Penn State’s repository. Any feedback on this project is greatly appreciated so don’t hesitate to message/e-mail me if you have any questions or comments.