Posts Tagged: St. Louis Legal Encoding Freedom Suits Project


Digital Library Marketing: The Freedom Suits

Last week, I wrote a post about marketing digital library collections. Today, I want to share a great example of using video and Youtube to reach users and communicate the intention of your collection. The video is about the┬áSt. Louis Freedom Suits Legal Encoding Project, which I worked on while at Washington University in St…. Read more »

Digital Humanities

Share Your Digital Projects

Digital projects foster ownership. Whether you’re a PI, a collaborator, or a student worker whom transcribes or scans documents, chances are you feel proud of the work you’ve done. That part of the project exists because of your hard work. A thoughtful PI usually includes a credits page that resembles the credits of a movie,… Read more »