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Teaching and Researching Text Technological Transformation Through Special Collections

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by Ben Yadon on 19 August 2011

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Transcript of Teaching and Researching Text Technological Transformation Through Special Collections

Denise Bookwalter, Bill Modrow, Elaine Treharne, Ben Yadon English
History
Information Sciences
Modern Languages
Religion
University Library Teaching and Researching Text Technological
Transformation Through Special Collections Benefits the Students Benefits the Faculty Benefits the Library Provides Real, Tangible Experience

Involves students in Original Scholarship

Fosters an Appreciation of Primary Sources and Artifacts and their significance

Allows for Practical Application of Skills Access to Facilities and Resources of Special Collections Department

Librarian’s knowledge of their collection Newfound Awareness of Collections and their relevance

Translation/Transcription/Interpretaion of materials by subject experts

Increased Profile/Awareness of Special Collections

$$$ Museum Objects Class Exhibits Early Print Bibles Exhibit Slated for Fall Exhibits Collection Development FSU Special Collections and Archives Fundraising A book-copy is a material thing, a singularity, with its own history, or rather its own discrete packets of evidence that constitute such a history. -Joseph A. Dane, Out of Sorts, 2011 Thank you.
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