Design for Diversity: An IMLS National Forum Project
Design for Diversity focuses on the ways in which information systems embody and reinforce cultural norms.
In 2016, the Digital Scholarship Group was awarded an IMLS National Forums grant to support “Design for Diversity”: a series of public events aimed at developing a teaching and learning toolkit to support professional development for librarians, archivists, museum specialists, and other cultural heritage practitioners.
The Boston Phoenix: Accessible Through Archives and Special Collections
For nearly 50 years, The Boston Phoenix was Boston’s alternative newspaper of record, the first word on social justice, politics, as well as the arts and music scene. It ceased publication in March 2013, but the Phoenix has been preserved for posterity—thanks to owner Stephen Mindich’s decision to donate the paper’s archives to Northeastern’s Snell Library.
Research Subject Guides: Made To Save You Time
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