Author: Heather Christenson
The University of California Libraries join with our HathiTrust colleagues in welcoming the decision by the Second Circuit of the US Court of Appeals that key services of the HathiTrust Digital Library – digitization for the purpose of full-text searching
The UC Libraries are happy to announce the re-launch of the University of California Library Reprints website! Through our partnerships with the Internet Archive and Google, the UC Libraries have digitized hundreds of thousands of public domain books from our
By Heather Christenson, CDL, & Karleen Darr, UC Davis In June 2013, the UC Davis Library began sending public domain (out-of- copyright) books and journals to be digitized as part of UC’s partnership in the Google Books Library Project. UC
As announced today, HathiTrust Digital Library collections, including over 400,000 UC volumes, will be discoverable within the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) project. Of HathiTrust’s nearly 11 million volumes, the 3.5 million that are in the public domain or
By Heather Christenson, Project Manager, Mass Digitization Spring is here and the March HathiTrust update is hot off the press. The news includes: A reminder about submitting nominations for the Program Steering Committee A report on the HathiTrust Research Center’s
By Heather Christenson, Project Manager, Mass Digitization The HathiTrust update on February activities is now available. Top News: the HathiTrust Research Center plans a release of software infrastructure at the end of March, loaded with the latest and greatest service components and
By Heather Christenson, Project Manager, Mass Digitization The January HathiTrust update was released on 2/15/13, and, in addition to the regular updates on ingest, projects, working groups and new development, the new bylaws have been adopted by the HathiTrust partners. As our year begins,
By Heather Christenson, Project Manager, Mass Digitization CDL is delighted to announce that Matt Pearson began work in the Mass Digitization Team of the Collection Development and Management Program on January 14, 2013 as our new Digitization & Services Coordinator.
By Heather Christenson, Project Manager, Mass Digitization December’s HathiTrust update is now available. There is a new feature of the “Most Accessed Volumes in HathiTrust.” Check out what our users are examining, from Korean American investigations to Forest Leaves. A
Check out this information video about the HathiTrust Research Center: Learn how researchers are recognizing previously invisible patterns in literature, creating visualizations and sharing results.