Beauty and the Beast: UWDCC adds impressive hardware to its arsenal of digital reformatting equipment
Earlier this year, UWDCC acquired a new contraption that has since made our jobs of digitally capturing and formatting materials immensely easier.
With the newest additions, UWDCC builds on the work that began in 2006 when Ibero-American Studies Bibliographer Paloma Celis Carbajal met with members of Eloísa Cartonera, the first cartonera publisher.
This fall the Center for Open Science will be on campus to provide a workshop on reproductibility in quantitative research.
June has been a busy month for us here in the Digital Collections Center and marks a great leap forward in our ability to handle the most challenging of bound materials in an efficient and careful manner.
By Peter Gorman The noted Swedish author and reformer Fredrika Bremer (1801-1865) published a vivid account of her tour across North America and Cuba from 1849 to 1851, during which […]
Many sung celebrations of spring can be found in the Wisconsin Folksong Collection. Andrea Parmentier highlights a few gems from that collection.
What it takes to digitize the greats here in UWDC.
By Laura Schmidt. For Black History Month, UWDC was curious to see what we could discover about the creation of the Department of Afro-American Studies on campus through our collection of the Board of Regents Minutes.
We’re joining in the #ColorOurCollections campaign this week. Use images from the UWDC as coloring pages and share your results on social media. Download our coloring booklet to color all week!
The Holz series provides a chance to highlight the exciting research happening on our campus, as well as a way to build a community that is engaged in discussion around the emerging and fast-changing ways we interact with, use, and tell stories through data.