Stanford Classics Professor Grant Parker presents "Mapping the Nile," featuring rare maps from Stanford University Libraries to reveal various representations and perceptions of the Nile. This is part of a series of events that will culminate in the Nile Project performing at Bing Concert Hall on February 18.
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
It is with very mixed feelings that I announce Anna Fishaut is leaving the Art & Architecture Library after seven and a half years of service. Anna is targeting a new career in user experience design and will embark on a course in San Francisco to obtain the necessary training and credentials.
Monday, February 2, 2015
Digital Library Systems and Services is pleased to announce that Tommy Ingulfsen has accepted our offer to join SUL as Digital Media Infrastructure Engineer. Tommy's start date is February 2.
Tommy comes to us from CalTech Libraries where he had a diverse portfolio of software development responsibilities touching many dimensions of their digital library program. He maintained their ePrints repository and made code contributions back to the ePrints software, was the technical lead for CalTech's digital preservation initiatives, and notably managed their digital infrastructure in support of an oral histories project.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Green Library Exhibit: ALERT 747 • February 3 - March 9, 2015 • Green Library, South Lobby
This exhibit features the "VELA 6911 by Victor Gama Collection (ARS.0149)"
The VELA 6911 collection contains materials related to the creation of Victor Gama's multimedia performance piece, VELA 6911. The work is based on the signature nuclear explosion double-flash that the U.S. Vela Satellite registered in 1979 over Antarctica near South Africa.