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This resource showcases Loyola student and faculty digital scholarship projects as well as tools and resources for engaging in digital scholarship.
This guide will introduce you to data management best practices and tools. Topics covered will include: Data Management Plan, File Naming, Security and Backups,
Publication and Preservation
Monroe Library Special Collections & Archives (Loyola)
Loyola's Special Collections & Archives collections include materials related to individuals who have contributed to the performing arts in New Orleans; to individuals from the New Orleans area who have distinguished themselves in the performing arts nationally or internationally; and to performing arts organizations in the greater New Orleans area
Digital Scholarship Project Examples
Digitization Standards and Overview
Digital Scholarship and Don Quixote
Sources for Don Quixote Text
Personal Digital Archiving
Wondering how to preserve your own books, music, images, and more? The following resources can help you do just that.
Liaison to Language and Cultures
Digital Programs Coordinator
Special Collections & Archives Coordinator