A Dispatch From the Ivory Tower: An MST/DPG Graduate Course Update

Long-time readers of our blog may remember this post, wherein we unveiled a new venture for the Digital Projects Group: implementing, hosting and teaching a graduate course on technology and outreach for museums, archives and libraries. We’re now heading into the final three weeks of the course, and we thought an update was in order….

A Bold New Venture for the DPG: Our First Graduate Course

The Digitization Projects Group moved into our current digs – the Riley Digitization Center – in October 2008. Since that time, we’ve grown to a staff of five full-time employees, four graduate assistants and up to ten undergraduate student workers at any given time. Our collections have grown from 12 to 57, and an item…

A new way to connect, coming soon

Welcome to the official blog of the Baylor University Digital Collections! In the coming weeks, you’ll find enhanced content, relevant context, and plenty of useful info on our digital collections here. We look forward to introducing you to our one-of-a-kind content soon!

Engineer’s Update for 6-19-2008

We are well into lot 34, a lot which contains 50 7-inch discs.  Most of the collection seems to be of 45s from the Chicago area and the greater mid-west. So far, for me some of the highlights include recordings by the Wind City Four and The Flying Clouds. Please stay tuned for further updates.