Welcome to Digital Dialogs at the University of South Florida!
Welcome to Digital Dialogs! This blog features topics in five sections designed to help you discover ways to incorporate digital items, many of which are primary resources, into your class projects. We also cover tools that you could use to create multimedia projects of your topic, and provide examples of such exhibits that have been created here at the University of South Florida and elsewhere. There are four topical sections, plus an extra section for items of general interest, with a new post each week. The sections are:
- Collections of Interest—information about a recently created digital collection at USF
- Featured Project—existing projects that highlight digital materials as a cohesive online exhibit
- Tools of the Trade—tools you can use to create your own online exhibits
- Across the Academy—external projects that are particularly snazzy
- In Other News—sort of a bonus section that includes information not covered in the other categories
If you have a topic you’d like to suggest for one of these areas, please let us know! There is a Suggest an Idea feature on the right. We look forward to developing an online resource that will invite conversation, encourage collaboration, and inspire your next digital exhibit or research project.
Well, you can’t say that we don’t have fun at the University of South Florida… As one of the first resident instructors at USF, Phyllis Marshall came to the Tampa campus in the fall of 1960. At the time, Marshall was in …
Post written by Jane Duncan. A comprehensive oral history interview can sometimes run up to 3 hours long. If you’ve ever transcribed an oral history, you know it can take at least 4 hours of typing for every hour of audio, if …
USF Libraries’ program partners, donors, staff, and faculty have created several exhibits that highlight the Tampa campus library’s digital collections that focus on environmental studies. These exhibits work to provide additional context and connect digital resources to tell the full story of events that have shaped the Florida environment.
From the beginning, USF faculty members have proved themselves to be resourceful and imaginative instructors. So, when an elephant passed away at nearby Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, USF’s biology professors saw this as a unique opportunity… Paul Griscti, who came to USF …
As a result of the “feather craze” that decimated Florida’s bird populations, the Florida Audubon Society found that the roseate spoonbill had been the mostly heavily hit. Plume hunters and poachers sought out the roseate spoonbill for its beautiful, bright pink and …