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Digital Vatican Library: Wealth of Information but Difficult to Navigate

There is a lot of mystery and mythology surrounding the “secret archives” contained near the Sistine Chapel, encourage by fictional works such as the Da Vinci Code. The collection is not locked away because it contains the secrets of the

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Posted in Archives, Cataloging, Libraries, Library, Preservation

Care, Code, and Digital Libraries: Embracing Critical Practice in Digital Library Communities

I just saw this great article written by Kate Dohe in In the Library with the Lead Pipe. She presents a thorough dissection of the limiting and restriction of digital resources along existing hierarchies of power and oppression within knowledge

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Libraries in Literature

This older article from The Conversation explores what libraries mean to society by looking at what role they play in our beloved fiction stories. The author argues that when we fear the loss of libraries we are fearing disorder. With

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