For the past 13 years, the New Media Consortium (NMC) has been monitoring emerging technology trends in education and libraries. Partnering with EDUCAUSE, the NMC Horizon Report: 2015 Higher Education Edition identifies trends, challenges, and important developments higher education institutions face. The Report synthesizes discussion of a 56 member panel of experts. Continue reading The Horizon Reports
Digital National Security Archive unlocks a trove of important declassified U.S. government documents, providing vital primary source material to advance research in twentieth and twenty-first century history, politics, and international relations. The digitized documents are made available in over 40 topic-based collections, with two new collections added each year. The curation of each collection is overseen by Continue reading Try the Digital National Security Archive (through July 30)
Periodically the library makes information resources available for a trial period in order to assess the resource with students and faculty.
The Loeb Classical Library was founded in 1911 by James Loeb making the work of classical authors accessible in high-quality editions to as many readers as possible. Read Greek and Latin texts alongside English translations. The digital Loeb Classical Library now extends its founding mission with an interconnected, fully searchable, perpetually growing virtual library of all that is important in Greek and Latin literature.
Key features include:
- Inclusion of every Loeb volume in print
- Regular uploading of new and revised volumes
- Single- and dual-language reading modes
- Bookmarking and Annotation features
- Tools for sharing Bookmarks and Annotations
- Greek keyboard
- User account and My Loeb content saved in perpetuity
- Intuitive Search and Browse
The Loeb Classical Library is available on a trial basis until April 30, 2015. Let us know what you think about this resource!
Service allowing off-campus access to library resource has been restored. Users who have been recently issued a barcode will be added as authenticated users manually. Newer users connecting to library resources from off-campus may have a one or two day delay in getting access.
The library regrets the inconvenience this is causing our users.
The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB), a collaboration between the Library of Congress, WGBH Boston and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, announced on April 7, 2015 that it has launched a new website at americanarchive.org, providing the public with access to a collection of American public radio and television content dating back to the 1950s. These audio and video materials, created by more than 120 public broadcasting organizations across the country, have been digitally preserved, and will be a resource for scholars, researchers, educators, filmmakers and the general public to delve into the rich history of public broadcasting across America. Continue reading The American Archive of Public Broadcasting Includes WUMB Programs