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Special Collections Unbound

Special Collections Redwood City welcomes Gurudarshan Khalsa (for real)

April 1, 2020
by Glynn Edwards

The Department of Special Collections & University Archives is pleased to welcome Gurudarshan into a continuing position in our Redwood City branch, taking over from Malgorzata Schaefer who is retiring as of March 31st. I am doubly pleased with this outcome, as Gurudarshan has been working on a series of term and grant-funded positions at Stanford Libraries since 2014 – in both Special Collections and the Archives of Recorded Sound.

Special Collections Welcomes Annie Schweikert

March 10, 2020
by Sally DeBauche

Special Collections is excited to welcome Annie Schweikert as our new Digital Archivist! Annie has been working with us at our Redwood City facility as our Born Digital Forensics Lab Assistant since last September, and we are thrilled to have her here full time. Annie has a strong background in audio-visual preservation with a MA in Moving Image Archiving and Preservation.

 

Stanford University Libraries receives Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funding for ePADD phase three development

January 17, 2020
by Sally DeBauche

We are excited to announce that the ePADD project has been awarded a grant by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support the planning and future development of the ePADD software!

ePADD is free and open-source computational analysis software developed by Stanford University Libraries Special Collections & University Archives and partners that facilitates screening, browsing, and access for historically and culturally significant email collections.

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