The Perry-Castañeda Library (PCL) is The University of Texas at Austin's flagship research library serving both campus communities and the greater public, and featuring resources in all subject fields with the strongest holdings in the humanities, social sciences, business and education.
A collection of more than 250,000 maps covering all areas of the world. This collection consists of atlases, travel guides, gazetteers and many types of maps, including United States Geological Survey (USGS), navigational charts, International (World) maps, travel maps and items included in the U.S. Depository Library program.
Are you curious about what exactly fair use is? Have you ever wondered if you can use images in your PowerPoint presentations? Are you unsure of whether free videos on YouTube are copyrighted? Do you have questions about what types of articles you can provide to your students? Join us to hear about these issues and get answers to your own questions. Event Details
Research as Art is a unique competition that provides a platform for researchers to convey the importance, emotion, beauty and humanity of their research. It’s different to other image competitions, as it’s the story that’s most important. The image grabs your attention, and the text reveals the process, the passion, and the humanity behind the research. Event Details
Over the past decade, websites offering free, unauthorized copies of books and academic articles have grown rapidly. How are they maintained and used, and what might they mean for the future of scholarly publishing? Event Details
Text analysis is a broad and multifaceted field within the digital humanities that can help users visualize, manipulate, and better understand text from both born-digital and physical sources. Event Details
A roundtable discussion with Andrew Akhlaghi (History), Hina Azam (Middle Eastern Studies), Dale J. Correra (Libraries), Jonathan Kaplan (Middle Eastern Studies), and Marion Katz (NYG Middle East and Islamic Studies). Event Details