Digital exhibits can include historical artifacts, analytical works, and collaborative classroom projects in a variety of configurations and file types.
DISC supports researchers, faculty and students in creating and curating online exhibits using the repository and UNM's Omeka installation.
Digital Initiatives & Scholarly Communication
Two examples of digital projects created and supported by DISC:
And Yet She Persisted: Documenting Women's Lives in New Mexico: An enduring digital humanities project that is continuing to grow over time. The first phase of the project explores structures governing women, attitudes towards women, and women's academic achievements at UNM. While campus borders limit the initial scope of our project, we hope that the project will grow in our second phase beyond the boundaries of campus. In this exhibit, you will find visualizations, data, interpretive essays, and primary sources, all of which highlight UNM Libraries' unique collections and the services DISC can provide to student and faculty researchers.
Bird's Eye View: An exhibit of illustrations from material hosted on the Searchable Ornithological Research Archive, demonstrating the breadth of ornithological artwork across the past century.
Digital Initiatives and Scholarly Communication. "Digital Exhibits." (2018). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/osc/4