The image was there for all to see. It proliferated online and through Twitter. There was a man, a teenager, face down in the road. There, in the median, lay Michael Brown. He’d been shot hours earlier. Read More »Documenting Ferguson: Preserving the Protests; Remembering Michael Brown
Libraries / Archives
This may be old news, but it’s still cool. The British Library has over 1 million images on Flickr that you can use, remix, and do whatever with.
“Florida university library to lend drones to students” by Jareen Imam and published by CNN. You just know this is going to fit the library drama pattern. Think makerspaces and add in surveillance with a… Read More »University of South Florida Library Checks Out Drones
Video from NY Mag about the NYC Libraries and their role in the community.
Roy Tennant sits down with Valerie Aurora of the Ada Initiative during Code4Lib14 for a discussion on technology, feminism, and libraries.
Link: What if we do, in fact, know best?: A Response to the OCLC Report on DH and Research Libraries
“What if we do, in fact, know best?: A Response to the OCLC Report on DH and Research Libraries” written by Dot Porter (@leoba) and published by DH+LIB.
Wikipedia and libraries connect to one another in a circle of research and dissemination. Wikipedia is becoming the starting point for research for many; it can in turn lead readers back to other sources and encourage them to engage in deeper learning within their library.
What’s one thing your library is doing that you wish other people knew about? Share your experience with Eduhacker or submit a guest-post.
How to Create a Digital Workflow for Archival Research Written by Dan Royles and published by Profhacker.