Digital Projects

Baptists in Burma

Design by Kristen Pantle

The story of early missionary activity in the late 19th century is a central narrative in the early years of several universities and college across the country, including the Ohio 5 and GLCA. Because of Denison University’s Baptist affiliation, both the university archives and museum hold an untold story of American Baptist Missionary activity in 19th Century Burma, as well as an intimate portrait of Burma’s evolution during that period. This story is told through photographs, journals, artwork, and other unique primary sources.

Funded by an Andrew W. Mellon From Projects to Pedagogy Grant.

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Project now available through JSTOR

Historic Photographs of Southwest Louisiana

The Historic Photographs of Southwest Louisiana Collection consists of approximately 5,000 photographs held by the Archives and Special Collections Department at McNeese State University. bf3f1cccd4a45c60398c405cb902a2caThe Archives staff collected the photographs from individual donations, purchases, and from Photo Fairs held in the area. The photographs document McNeese, Lake Charles, and the Imperial Calcasieu region from the early 1890s to the present.

Photographs in the collection also document major events in the area’s history, including the Great Fire of 1910, the 1918 Hurricane, Prohibition rallies, and Hurricane Audrey. Other photographs follow the history of McNeese State University, from its inception in 1939 to the present. Finally, the collection includes images of historic homes and buildings documenting Lake Charles architecture.

Campus Scholarship @ Denison University

The campus scholarship collection is a digital archive of student publications from 1900 – present. The Denison University Archives has a wealth of student publications, ranging from a daily newspaper to special-interest periodicals about international affairs, music, food, and more. Alumni of Denison studeCampus Scholarshipnt publications have written for or founded many of the nation’s best known newspapers and magazines. By working on undergraduate publications, students can gain valuable experience as writers, editors, graphic designers, and business managers. Here, Associate Professor of English, Peter Grandbois discusses the importance of digitizing and archiving one of the school’s oldest publications – Exile.

Funded by an Andrew W. Mellon Next Generation Libraries Grant.

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP) was founded in 1995 as a non-profit organization to provide open access to detailed, scholarly information on key topics and philosophers in all areas of philosophy. The Encyclopedia receives no funding, and operates through the volunteer work of the editors, authors, volunteers, and technical advisers. At present the IEP is visited over 950,000 times per month. The Encyclopedia is free of charge and available to all users of the Internet world-wide.

Denison University Homestead Archive

The Homestead is an ever-evolving experiment in community that is inhabited and maintained by Denison University students with strong commitments to a socio-environmentally responsible life ethic. We choose to live simply by using only technology that we deem appropriate and by making every effort to be fully conscious of the social and environmental impacts of our consumption. Our philosophies are brought to life through their practical application Homesteadwithin the parameters of our academic setting.

The Homestead family encourages enrichment of the self and community through exploration and expression of our individual and collective creativity, ideas, emotions, and intellect. Our dynamic community nurtures life experiences that are self-affirming and empowering. These experiences contribute significantly to our future endeavors and create a collective spirit that unites the Homestead past and present. We open our arms to the greater global community to share with us the wonders embodied in the Homestead.

Funded by an Andrew W. Mellon Next Generation Libraries Grant.

Hot Dry Rock Collection

The HDR, or Hot Dry Rock, collection in Los Alamos Research Online presents the record of tVertical Shaft Rock Melterhe Hot Dry Rock program at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Hot dry rock is by far the most abundant source of geothermal energy available on Earth. This collection is comprised of informal documents, reports, journal and conference papers, and experimental data. The program was most active from 1970 to 1996. This brief overview was compiled using Scalar.