Faculty, staff, and students affiliated with Stanford University can now find and access GIS vector shapefile data from ’A Vision of Britain through Time.’
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For your browsing pleasure, we present the following list of new scores added to composer complete editions and historical sets.
CPE Bach. Passion according to St. Matthew : (1777) / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach ; pasticcio incorporating music by Johann Sebastian Bach, Georg Benda, Johann Gottlieb Graun, and Gottfried August Homilius ; edited by Ulrich Leisinger.
CPE Bach. Passion according to St. Luke : (1779) / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach ; pasticcio incorporating music by Georg Benda, Gottfried August Homilius, Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel, and Georg Philipp Telemann ; edited by Ellen Exner.
The Stanford Libraries Mellon funded grant project, Everyday Electronic Materials (EEMs), created policy and practices as well as software and tools for selectors to add electronic items of scholarly interest to Stanford’s collections. Since its introduction in 2008, the EEMs system has been the gateway for adding thousands of digital items to Stanford's library collections, with full catalog records, workflows to support IP rights and payment needs, and persistent access via the Stanford Digital Repository.
The first week in May marks the annual celebration of Children’s Book Week. I don’t know about you but I love to revisit old favorites or introduce a new reader to the joys that await within the pages. Why not celebrate Children’s Book Week too? Come to Cubberley Library and pick out a book to celebrate.
You can also go to http://everychildareader.net/cbw/ for additional information. There are downloadable bookmarks and activities at the site as well as a downloadable comic book.
A selection of Japanese maps from the East Asia Library is currently on display in the main room of the David Rumsey Map Center, as part of a new exhibition entitled "Views: Portraying Place and Space."
For a number of years the Archive of Recorded Sound has been collecting catalogs published by recording companies from around the world. Although the ARS continues to collect these catalogs on an ongoing basis, the materials that are currently in the the Record Catalog Collection have now been processed, and a finding aid is available in the Online Archive of California. In addition to record catalogs, the publications in the collection include promotional and advertising mat
Caring for our physical and digital collections relies on a dedicated team of experts across the Stanford Libraries. We hope you've enjoyed meeting a few of the people behind our preservation program this week. You can learn more about Preservation Week and find preservation resources, quick tips, and free webinars covering the spectrum of collection care from textiles to personal digital archives on the Preservation Week site.
We are wrapping up our Preservation Week Q&A series today with Elizabth Ryan, Conservator in Conservation Services.
Our Preservation Week Q&A series turns its focus on Conservation Services today. The Conservation Services team plays a primary role in the care of library collections. Conservators and conservation technicians treat, stabilize, and house collection items in support of patron use, digitization projects, and exhibition loans. Last year, they repaired 881 items and housed 1,806 items. Sarah Newton (right) and Elizabeth Boyne (left) share the responsibility for the collection housing work among the other tasks they describe below.
Read on to learn more about their work!