Archival Services Migrates Digital Collections
The University of Akron Archival Services, a division of University Libraries, recently migrated all of its digital collections to a new content management system known as CONTENTdm
Archival Services Curates New Exhibits at Lock 3
Archival Services, a division of University Libraries, recently curated and installed two new exhibitions “Remembering the Shenandoah: The Life and Death of America’s First Rigid Airship” and “Capturing Akron’s African-American History: The Photography of Opie Evans” at the Akron History Exhibit at Lock 3 in downtown Akron.
Opie Evans Photographs Digitized
Archival Services of University Libraries recently digitized a selection of images from the Opie Evans Papers. The papers consist of approximately 40 cubic feet of archival materials documenting the life and work of African-American photographer, publisher, and businessman Opie Evans of
Archival Services Awarded OHRAB Grant
Archival Services of University Libraries recently received a $1,980 grant from the Ohio Historical Records Advisory Board (OHRAB). The funding will be used to digitize for preservation purposes and to make available online 60 technical reports from the Daniel Guggenheim Airship Institute. The institute was operated by The University of Akron from 1929 to 1949 and was a partnership with the California Institute of Technology, the Daniel Guggenheim Fund, and the Goodyear-Zeppelin Corporation in
3D Printing Coming Soon to Bierce Library
The University Libraries, through the Emerging Technology Lab at Bierce, is offering the faculty, staff and students the opportunity to be part of the printing future—3 D Printing.