Conservation & Digitization

Conservation & Digitization

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Coral Salomón is truly a librarian of the global 21st Century. She’s a specialist in archiving born-digital art (mediums such as apps, websites, youtube videos, myspace profiles) to ensure that the...
PHILADELPHIA, PA          The Penn Libraries is delighted to announce the launch of OPenn: Primary Digital Resources Available to Everyone (http://openn.library.upenn.edu), a...
PHILADELPHIA, PA - The Penn Libraries announce release of the digitized Fairman Rogers Collection, a library of rare and unique books devoted to horses and horsemanship. The release marks the first...
Philadelphia, PA        The Penn Libraries is excited to announce the debut of the online home for its Holy Land collections. The Holy Land Collections website features a wide...
Philadelphia, PA, January 27th, 2016 — It’s fascinating to see a University change as the world around it changes, and the public will soon be able to navigate Penn’s transformation through the pages...
This May, the Penn Libraries launched a new website, the Gershwind-Bennett Isaac Leeser Digital Repository, giving scholars virtual access to the personal papers and publications of Isaac Leeser....
This article was originally published in Penn News, 05/01/2015. It can be viewed here in its original form.  Elina Tonkova & Jeanne Leong Some rare books and manuscripts from Penn Libraries...
This article was originally published in the Almanac, vol. 61, No. 13, on 11/11/2014. It can be viewed here in its original form.  The Penn Libraries catalog, Franklin, now provides access...
This article was originally published in Penn News, 07/14/2015. It can be viewed here in its original form.  Christina Cook  Penn’s 2014-15 school year opened with its 105th...
This article was originally published in the Penn Current, 06/11/2015. It can be viewed here in its original form.  Lauren Hertzler With OPenn, new discoveries are inevitable. In May, Penn...

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