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About the collections



This CONTENTdm site presents course projects from LSC652 Foundations of Digital Libraries at the School of Library and Information Science, the Catholic University of America since the fall semester of 2011. Students create digital collections by following best practices in the field.

Digital collections available in this site include:

(Projects from Spring 2013)

  • Photo Guide to the National Mall by Aaron Beckwith, Kimberly Hall, Christian Minter, and Lynora Williams
  • The Franciscan Monastery Digitized Collection by Esther Hidalgo, Michelle J. Datiles, and Jamie Roberts
  • The Franciscan monastery Digitized Collection by Katherine Greene, Clarie Hendry, and Vita Nova
  • George Finch Collection (Georgetown Law Special Collection) by Dirk Bos, Lauren Vilbert, Melissa Wells, and Matthew Zimmerman

(Projects from Summer 2012)

  • Legal Image Collection by Khelani Clay and Shannon Roddy
  • Postcards Collection by Nora Grimes, Jessica Hartman, Meganne Lemon, and Emily Vaughan
  • Downed City Rise by John Davis, Stacey Galik, and Marcus Ladd
  • Home for Holidays by Gregory Bowman, Erin Page, Jennifer Hitzke, and Sandra Kim

(Projects from Fall 2011)

  • Digitized Stamp Collection by Rose Asuquo, Joey Wilson, Andrew McLaughlin, and Zach Newton.
  • Digitized Collection of Warhammer Fantasy Battle Figurines by Kathleen Crabb, Dayne Mauney, Katherine Lowry, Peter Sullivan, and Richard Evans.
  • National Grove of State Trees Digital Collection by Paul Chapman, Keisha Fournillier, Betsy Sutliff, and Ahmed Zaied.

More information about each project is available in "About" page on the bottom of each collection site. Please contact an instructor (Dr. Youngok Choi) at choiy@cua.edu if you have any questions about the course and student projects.

This hands-on practice in creating a digital collection is possible with generous support of OCLC allowing us to use CONTENTdm. Thank you so much for OCLC's support for educational use of CONTENTdm.

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