Temple University-Community History Project

Owl Walk

September 2010 — May 2011

In this project I led a group of graduate students and collaborating with university library staff to digitize archival media, including documents, photos, newspaper clippings, and video illustrating the history of engagement between Temple University and its North Philadelphia neighborhood. This includes establishing metadata templates and setting digitization schedules, advancing the library’s archive digitization efforts. In addition, students developed a web interface interpreting and contextualizing the archival sources, illustrating the growth of campus and the links between campus and community.

Contents
Temple University-Community History Project | Classicizing Chicago Project | Loyola University Chicago Web Video | Ann Arbor Built Environment | Data Digitization | WMU Archives Digitization Project | Geographic Information Systems | HABS Documentation | UrbanOasis.org, Social Media, and other Web Activities