Archive for 'CONTENTdm'
Hi y’all. Allow me to introduce myself – I’m Kristy Dixon, and I recently (July 1) began my position as Digital Programs Archivist at UNC Charlotte. We’re pretty much starting from scratch, and we’ve got a clean slate, buckets of ideas, and a lot of excitement. I am SO stoked to be part of this [...]
Additional recent examples of seeking public input/advice for digital projects/collections: Duke Digital Collections asking for input on the redesign of their web interface (no comments yet; let’s get going!) UNC Libraries’ request for feedback on the newly-launched Hugh Morton digital collection in CONTENTdm And yes, this is a sneaky way for me to publicize the [...]
UNLV just announced a couple of new collections this past week. Both of them have pretty great interfaces, especially considering that they are built on CONTENTdm. We all know about CONTENTdm’s weaknesses and strengths, but those of us who use it everyday are intimately familiar with the challenges that its interface poses. Not built in [...]