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The students of Professor Virginia Reinburg’s “Early Printed Books” class have a display of their handiwork in the O’Neill Library. One thing that set the course apart from many of the other offerings of the...
A grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will help to expand digital scholarship at the University of Connecticut with the establishment of a Scholarly Communications Design Studio. The award is part of the Mellon...
This article by Mark Shanahan originally appeared on the Boston Globe website. The Boston Phoenix is gone, but the work done by the alternative weekly for nearly four decades lives on. Stephen Mindich , owner...
This story originally appeared on the Boston Public Library website on 11/19/2015. Today Boston Public Library announced its renewed partnership commitment with Digital Commonwealth to maintain and expand Digital Commonwealth.org , which provides access to...
This post originally appeared on the OLH website. We are extremely pleased to announce that Boston College has joined the Open Library of Humanities’ Library Partnership Subsidy system. Boston College was founded in 1863 by...
This post by Laura Quilter originally appeared on the UMass Amherst Copyright News & Opinion blog. I submitted comments on behalf of the Boston Library Consortium today to the Copyright Office in its “Notice of...
This post by Giordana Mecagni originally appeared on the Snell Snippets blog . The 2014-2015 school year marked the 40th anniversary of Boston Public School (BPS)’s court-ordered school desegregation. To commemorate this event, BPS is...
The issue of affordability continues to challenge higher education. One way libraries are working with their faculty to address this issue is through the development of open textbooks and other educational resources. On Tuesday, September...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Eastern Academic Scholars’ Trust [EAST] Announces Key Appointments Boston, MA – September 24, 2015: The Eastern Academic Scholars Trust (EAST), a major new shared print initiative among 47 libraries across New England,...
This post originally appeared on the State Library of MA website . Photographs tell very different stories than the printed texts in the State Library. Now open at the State Library of Massachusetts is a...

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