Starting this month, we will create a digest every 2 weeks of the tweets we have sent out via Texas ScholarWorks and share it here. We try to find any interesting news pertaining to Open Access, archives, and libraries, in general. Remember, you can also follow us on Twitter here:… read more
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We’ve finally released the Texas ScholarWorks annual report from 2018. Highlights from the past year include: 54 new collections 6,021 new items added Upgrade to DSpace version 6.4 (thanks TDL!) Added over 200 digitized theses and dissertations Check out the report and some of the interesting research in TSW.
UT Austin undergraduates engaged in research in libraries, archives, labs, or in the field are eligible to submit an image to the Images of Research competition. Those images should capture the process, outcome, or impact of that research. You may submit up to 3 images and each image should have… read more
The UT Libraries is pleased to announce the winners of the first Images of Research competition. 1st place: Isabel K. Dunn, A 78rpm Recording Brings Louis to Tears 2nd place: Athisha Piyapanee, An Unexpected Friend Please see the press release for more information.
Hot off the presses – it’s the 2017 Texas ScholarWorks report. If you are curious about what we’ve been working on, this is the document for you! 2017 highlights include: 63 new collections 12,564 new items added (that’s 20% more than 2016) Upgrade to DSpace version 5.9 Mass department name clean-up… read more
During the spring semester 2017, UT Libraries and the Billie L. Turner Plant Resources Center worked together to digitize the Flora of Forfarshire and make it available to the public through the Texas ScholarWorks repository. The Flora of Forfarshire is an emblematic botanical work by the Scottish botanist, William Gardiner… read more
The Stenzel Letters Collection can be found on Texas ScholarWorks right here! Read more about this important paleontologist below and then check out his letters for more insight to both him and his work. Special thanks to Dawn Comford-Wilcox, Curatorial Assistant at the UT Non-Vertebrate Paleontology Laboratory for this bio… read more
In this video, European Studies and Digital Scholarship Librarian Ian Goodale talks about working with UT faculty and LBJ Library collections to build a website about the 1968 Czech revolt known as the Prague Spring. The full collection of the primary documents are available on Texas ScholarWorks.
Bureau of Business Research announces new access to all articles going back to 1927. In connection with the celebration of the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Bureau of Business Research (BBR) at The University of Texas at Austin, the Bureau is pleased to announce new digital access to… read more