- Restoration of Tampa’s historic Jackson House is underwayopen_in_new
September 11, 2020 - Tampa Bay TimesThe University of South Florida’s Libraries Digital Heritage and Humanities Collections department will complete their 3D scan of the structure. They scanned the first floor in February 2019 and are now moving on to the second floor.
- The last Moseley has died, but homestead in middle of Brandon remainsopen_in_new
August 26, 2020 - Tampa Bay Times“Julia wants the homestead to become an educational asset to the state of Florida,”said Lori Collins with University of South Florida’s Libraries Digital Heritage and Humanities Collections, which is assisting the trust.
- Terry Hutchings and Sandra Law are USF Heroes!open_in_new
August 11, 2020 - USF NewsAs operations manager, Terry Hutchings and his team have designed a new seat reservation system that will allow students to safely study at the USF Tampa Library. And since the University transitioned to virtual learning, Sandra Law and her staff have been coming into the Library to manage up to 50 book requests a week. Their efforts have ensured students and faculty's research and studies remained uninterrupted.
- How La Segunda’s Cuban bread became a 105-year-old Ybor City traditionopen_in_new
July 21, 2020 - Tampa Bay Times“The Latin community, the immigrants, were just as prosperous as everybody else,” said Andy Huse, a librarian with the University of South Florida’s Special Collections. “Everybody made Cuban bread if you wanted to survive — not only because there’s so many Cubans here, but they set the tone here in Tampa in so many ways.”
- ArcGIS Hub Enables Communities to Rapidly Share Up-to-Date Data on COVID-19open_in_new
July 12, 2020 - ESRIThe Digital Heritage and Humanities Collections GIS team at the University of South Florida (USF) in Tampa developed the Florida COVID-19 Hub site with both a regional and statewide focus. The site is designed to provide a platform for data access, research, and visualization.