In partnership with the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF), Stanford recently announced the release of 14,000 high-resolution images and documents through the new French Revolution Digital Archive.
Stanford Libraries’ recent partnership with renowned environmental architect William McDonough will create a “living archive,” the first of its kind.
A 2008 article in the Times Higher Education supplement stated, “School libraries are suffering, and even closing, as resources are cut, staff ‘redeployed’ and the Internet deemed more important to learning than printed matter.” Such a trend, however, has not materialized at Stanford, according to Andrew Herkovic, director of communications and development for the Stanford Libraries.
The Stanford Libraries have partnered with the principal municipal library of Bologna, Italy, and the Istituto per i beni culturali della Regione Emilia-Romagna to grant public… Continue Reading »
U.S. District Court Judge Denny Chin’s Mar. 22 decision may have thwarted Google’s plans to create an online library and bookstore and rejected a $125 million settlement. But it wasn’t enough to deter some of the Internet giant’s partners, including Stanford.