LOC's The Signal: All About Digital Art

In case you’re in the market for some light summer reading: The Library of Congress has a great digital preservation blog called The Signal. Recently they’ve been focusing on plenty of art-related issues, from digital art (and the power of the GIF) to preserving artists’ websites and communities. There’s even some meta content, in the […]

Digital Scholarship And Visual Resources Librarian– Connecticut College

CONNECTICUT COLLEGE, a highly selective private liberal arts college, located in the historic seaport of New London, seeks an innovative and learner-centered Digital Scholarship and Visual Resources Librarian who understands the changing environment of instructional technology, digital scholarship, and visual resources in an academic environment. The successful candidate will lead the development and coordinate the […]

Upcoming ALCTS Webinar: How to Present a Webinar

ALCTS Webinar: How to Present a Webinar Date: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 All webinars are one hour in length and begin at 11am Pacific, noon Mountain, 1pm Central, and 2pm Eastern time. Description Webinars have become a standard continuing education tool. ALCTS is committed to creating new webinars on emerging issues for all technical services […]

Job Posting: Digital Archivist – Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

To apply, find original job posting here. Responsibilities: • The Digital Archivist is responsible for the MFAH Archives digitization program of textual, photographic, architectural, and audio-visual materials • The Digital Archivist serves on the Electronic Record Archive implementation team • Oversees digitization of archival materials, creates and color-corrects sub-masters, and creates access copies • Primarily […]