With the successful migration of the last four collections, the new Reed Digital Collections is now the place to go for digital access to etheses, Artists’ Books, rare books and archival materials, and faculty teaching and research collections. The old system will remain available through January.
The four final collections are:
- Artists’ Books, which contains images of Special Collections & Archives artists’ books. The website is guided by Studio Art professor Gerry Ondrizek.
- Sexism & Racism in Advertising and Visions of Value. Both support teaching and research for Anthropology professor Charlene Makley.
- Jewish Atlantic World, which supports English and Humanities professor Laura Leibman’s teaching and research.
We want to hear back from you! Do you like the new interface? What could be improved? Let us know by filling out this survey.
What happens with My Workspace galleries?
Don’t worry; your galleries will still be available. Over the course of the Fall semester, galleries migrated and become visible in the new system. Gallery migration will be finalized in January 2017.
What is Reed Digital Collections, again?
Reed Digital Collections is where you will find many Reed theses in electronic form, digitized materials like yearbooks, photos, and manuscripts from Special Collections and Archives, images of art and architecture for use in the classroom, and many faculty-curated teaching and research collections. The Library and CIS have been working hard on rebuilding the software from the ground up to make it more functional, more intuitive, and more fun to work with.