Scholars’ Lab staff presented 43 public programs in 2010, showcasing digital work created by faculty, students, and staff, including the “Illuminating Historical Architecture” project. Using time-lapse and 3-D modeling software, it showed how the sun would have moved through a house in Rome, AD 230.
The Library is a recognized leader in developing services to support and sustain new forms of scholarship. As the University has incorporated digital scholarship into the core fabric of the institution, the Library requires funds to build technological capability, reshape services, and explore new uses of digital content. The Library is working together with University faculty and technology experts to build the information technology framework to ensure short-term innovation and long-term sustainability of scholarly work across disciplines.
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Hoke Perkins, Assoc. University Librarian for Philanthropy
- U.Va. Library Receives NEH Grant to Preserve and Digitize Rare Civil Rights-Era Films
- Government Documents Exhibition at Harrison/Small October 18, 2010 Through January 15, 2011
- “Global Collections” Library Exhibition Opens September 30
- Faulkner Speaks: U.Va. Launches Audio Archive of Author’s Time at the University
- The University of Virginia Magazine: Bookplate collection illuminates merger of art and literature