Imaging Pittsburgh: Creating a shared gateway to digital image collections of the Pittsburgh region
AbstractImaging Pittsburgh: Creating a shared gateway to digital image collections of the Pittsburgh region by Edward A. Galloway The University of Pittsburgh’s Digital Research Library received a two-year grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to provide online access to multiple photographic collections held by the University’s Archives Service Center, Carnegie Museum of Art, and the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania. When the project ends in October 2004, the project team will have mounted over 7,000 visual images depicting the people, places and events of the greater Pittsburgh region during the mid–nineteenth and mid–twentieth centuries. Although the beta version of the Web site was released in February 2004, the project team will continue to develop the site and offer creative avenues for exploring the collections. This paper summarizes remarks made at Web–Wise 2004 Conference in Chicago.
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Galloway, E. A. (2004). Imaging Pittsburgh: Creating a shared gateway to digital image collections of the Pittsburgh region. First Monday, 9(5). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v9i5.1141
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