Digital Collections Blog
- June 23, 2013
Carleton Digital Collections unavailable
- September 20, 2013
Gould Library is pleased to announce the addition of Northfield Flood 2010 to the Carleton Digital Collections. Photos, video, interviews, research papers, and geospatial data document the flood on the campus and Northfield, including community responses. The launch of this collection coincides with the third anniversary of the flood, which started on September 24, 2010. This is a growing collection! If you have items or stories to share, contact Heather Tompkins or Hsianghui Liu-Spencer.
- September 13, 2013
A new online collection has been created from sketchbook drawings made by participants in the Australia/New Zealand/Cook Islands off campus program from 1999-2013. The program is led by professor Fred Hagstrom with the next trip being planned for 2015. An exhibition of the sketchbooks will be held in the Weitz Center during Fall term 2013.
- June 28, 2013
Carleton Digital Collections have a new look
- November 28, 2012
Our ContentDM server will be down on Thursday, November 29 for maintenance. This affects many of the Carleton Digital Collections and the Northfield Historical Collaborative collections that are provided through ContentDM.
- May 24, 2012
The Carleton College Gould Library and Archives announce the addition of the Algol yearbooks to its Digital Collections. Named for the variable star, Algol, and published by Carleton students, the Algol yearbooks present a unique student perspective on campus life. Text and photographs document campus events and personalities. Replete with photographs, many editions also employ prose, poetry, and illustration to tell a detailed history of the academic year. While the Algol appeared sporadically during its early years, it became an annual volume starting in 1923.
Presented in high-resolution scans, the Algols can be searched for specific people, places or events. Students, faculty, staff, and alumnae can freely access the digitized Algol at http://apps.carleton.edu/digitalcollections/algol/ where they can browse through the editions or search by keyword. Carleton College’s complete Digital Collections can be accessed at http://apps.carleton.edu/digitalcollections/. Off campus access requires login.
The Algol online is brought to you by the Digitization Team of the Gould Library and Archives, coordinated by Hsianghui Lui-Spencer. This collection was made possible by generous support from Alumni Relations and the Digital Archiving Group. For more information about the Algol online, contact the D-Team and Hsianghui at email@example.com
- October 12, 2011
The open access Carleton Faculty & Staff Scholarship Collection contains a selection of journal articles published by Carleton faculty and staff since 2009. Each article was submitted by the author/s to the Dean of the College for recognition during the annual Faculty & Staff Scholarship Celebration. The collection represents the beginning of what is often referred to as an “institutional repository” or IR, an online archive where colleges and universities collect and showcase digital versions of the work of the faculty, staff, and sometimes students. For more information, contact Eric Hillemann, College Archivist or Nat Wilson, Digital Archivist.
- August 4, 2011
ContentDM (the system that hosts most of Carleton's digital collections) has been updated. Please let us know if you see any issues with the service!
- May 25, 2011
The English Department and Library are pleased to announce that all issues of the Carleton Miscellany are now available online. The Miscellany was a highly regarded literary magazine published at Carleton from 1960-1980.
- February 1, 2011
Our open CONTENTdm collections (Carleton Digital Collections) are once again available for off campus use. They had been unavailable last week, but the issue was resolved early this week. Read the news item for a full list of collections affected. Our apologies for any inconvenience.
- June 23, 2009
Check out two new Carleton Digital Collections – Dime Novels and Cowling Arboretum.
- March 5, 2009
In early March 2009 the Visual Resources Collection uploaded its 40,000 image completing the full digitization of the Chinese painting slide archive. Other new additions are images of Islamic, Coptic, and Central Asia art and architecture.