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Friday, April 26, 2013

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by Glynn Edwards

We are excited to report that "Capturing and Processing Born-Digital Files in the STOP AIDS Project Records: A Case Study" has just been published in the Journal of Western Archives (2013) and is available online.

In September 2012, the Manuscripts Division of the Stanford University Libraries Department of Special Collections and University Archives completed a one-year National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC)-funded project to process the records of the STOP AIDS Project, an HIV prevention non-profit organization in San Francisco, California.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

by Bonnie Zavon

The American Dental Hygienists' Association (ADHA) is pleased to announce that the Journal of Dental Hygiene (JDH) has launched on the HighWire Open Platform.

The Journal of Dental Hygiene is the premier, peer-reviewed scientific research publication for dental hygienists. Starting in 2013, as part of the transition to HighWire, JDH will begin publishing six issues per year.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

by Bonnie Zavon

The Johns Hopkins University Press (JHUP) has reached an agreement with Stanford University’s HighWire Press to transition to the HighWire Open Platform as the new digital hosting and delivery platform for Project MUSE.

Over the past year, JHUP and its digital publishing unit Project MUSE have conducted an extensive search for a technology partner to assist in expanding the capacity of Project MUSE to support its current content offering and allow MUSE to pursue opportunities in developing new products, business models and service offerings for its growing community of more than 200 publishers and 2700 libraries.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

During Spring Quarter, the Meyer 220 Flex Class has been a hub of activity for the students and instructors of Urban Studies 166. Stanford students have been working with a documentarian, an urban historian, a professional film editor, and youth lyricists from the East Palo Alto community to create short ‘hip hop’ documentaries about the history and culture of East Palo Alto.