HathiTrust - Overview & Strategic Directions
A presentation by Mike Furlough
SSRC conference room, Green Library
Thursday, Sept. 21st
The University Archives is pleased to announce a new exhibit opening this week in the South Lobby/East Wing of Green Library, highlighting its vibrant collection of materials documenting queer history at Stanford. An online exhibit sharing these same titles and more can be accessed via exhibits.stanford.edu/queer.
The East Asia Library, together with the Center for East Asian Studies, has recently concluded its review of applicants for the 2017-2018 cycle of travel grant funding, the last year of its four-year funding cycle. All grant recipients from the past four years are listed below.
Stanford Libraries has dramatically improved our ability to bring software and data analysis training to graduate students and post-docs on Stanford’s campus by signing on for a one-year partnership with the Software Carpentry Foundation.
2017 marks the 10th year of the Gustave Gimon Visiting Scholar Fellowship at Stanford Libraries, during which time 22 scholars outside of Stanford have had the opportunity to use the materials in the Gustave Gimon Collection of French Political Economy. The Gimon collection, acquired by the library in 1996 and named in honor of the donor's father, Gustave Gimon, a hero of the French Resistance, contains almost 1000 items documenting the development of political and economic ideas in France from the 16th-19th centuries.
For your browsing pleasure, we present the following list of new scores and facsimiles added to scholarly editions and historical sets.
A new SearchWorks catalog index was released on Thursday, August 17, 2017. To ensure accuracy of the data in SearchWorks, we do a quarterly "fresh" indexing of all bibliographic data from Symphony (Stanford Libraries' integrated library system).
This quarter's new index includes an enhancement to the Genre facet: there are more terms indexed into this facet than previously.