SAVE THE DATE. Digital GLAM Spaces is a conference about building community around web accessibility and user experience. It’s a place for GLAM practitioners to share definitions and best practices for what is UX and accessibility; communicate digital strategies for incorporating user research into digital projects; and talk about the people, skill sets, and support needed to be better and make web accessibility and user experience part of our work instead of bolted on. Learn more and how to get involved here!
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Will H. Bradley is well known for his Art Nouveau style, adapted enthusiastically from the wave sweeping Europe. "The Chap-Book", published in Chicago in the late 19th century, exemplified the Art Nouveau flair endemic to his designs. Learn more about his life and explore his works and publications in this digital exhibition curated by University of Oregon Libraries Special Collections & University Archives Special Projects Archivist Alexandra Mueller and Giustina Director David de Lorenzo.
Discover books, original drawings and manuscripts in this digital exhibition drawn from approximately 175 collections devoted to American children's literature in the University of Oregon Libraries Special Collections & University Archives. The original exhibit was organized in 1998 by Dorothy Knaus, Manuscripts Assistant. It was recently recreated on this web page by John Gervais, student assistant.