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Center for Digital Scholarship

Content related to projects, digitization efforts, or initiatives of the Center for Digital Scholarship.

Alexandra Rospond
Weather affects our everyday lives. We look it up before we go outside, to work, or to school. Today, we can check weather forecasts on...
Joseph DiLullo
The sketchbooks of Sir Julian Sorell Huxley (1887-1975) are digitized in their entirety and available to view in the APS digital library. Huxley was a...
Sabrina Bocanegra
The Revolutionary City project team continues to work behind the scenes to keep the project on track despite delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While...
Molly Nebiolo
Last spring, as part of the Open Data Initiative at the Center for Digital Scholarship, I worked with some of Philadelphia’s earliest, and possibly one...
Sabrina Bocanegra
Two newly digitized letters from the Julia Rush Letters, 1776-1809 were recently added to the American Philosophical Society’s digital library. As functionality and design testing...
Cynthia Heider
The Center for Digital Scholarship is delighted to announce "Visualizing Colonial Philadelphia," an exciting look at historical urbanization created by 2020 APS Digital Humanities Fellow...
Sabrina Bocanegra
Since starting Revolutionary City: A Portal to the Nation’s Founding, one word that has been on my mind is metadata. Metadata, as it relates to...
Sabrina Bocanegra
Welcome to the first monthly update on the Library & Museum of the American Philosophical Society’s new IMLS grant, Revolutionary City: A Portal to the...