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A Demonstration of a Drupal Module for Digital Editions, & Discussing the Archival Benefits of Static Sites

UVA Albert & Shirley Small Special Collections Library 170 McCormick Road, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States

Erica Cavanaugh demonstrates how to use the UVA Digital Publishing Cooperative's Drupal module as a platform for preparing and publishing digital editions. Following, Patricia Searl discusses the archival benefits of publishing editions as static sites.


Writing & Submitting Federal Grant Applications

Are you interested in applying for a federal grant to support the creation of a digital edition or an annotated digital collection or archive? Try this recorded 90-minute workshop that explores the common elements of federal grants aimed at supporting the creation of annotated collections and how to approach those elements in your application.


Caring for Community Collections: Insights from Working with the Seizo Oka Collection at the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California

In 2019, the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California (JCCCNC) began digitizing a rare collection of records that documents the lives of Issei (first-generation Japanese Americans) in San Francisco. This initiative not only marked the opening of the community’s access to these fragile records, but also launched a major renovation effort to the JCCCNC’s archival space. Since then, the JCCCNC has worked hard to re-envision their archives and prepare these materials with the local community in mind.


Introduction to CollectionBuilder-SHEETS

In this recorded workshop—which was originally held on March 6, 2024, and taught by Julia Stone (University of Idaho), Olivia Wikle (Iowa State University), and Evan Peter Williamson (University of Idaho)—viewers learn how to use CollectionBuilder-Sheets (SHEETS), a CollectionBuilder template released in 2024 that enables users to build digital collections directly from a Google Sheet of metadata.