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Trinity College Hartford Photos 1800s to 1900s on JSTOR

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This Trinity College Library collection comprises more than 1500 images of people, places and events related to Hartford, CT, and its history. A large portion of the collection resulted from efforts of the former Trinity College Hartford Studies Project to preserve the abandoned photographic archive of a now defunct Hartford newspaper. At that time the photographs were reproduced on slide film, with the slides later digitized by Trinity College Library for this collection. The photographs reside at Hartford Public Library.

Material Type: Primary Source

Authors: Hartford Public Library, Trinity College

Library Carpentry Workshop Overview

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Library Carpentry aims to teach people working in library- and information-related roles how to automate tasks; create, maintain, and analyze sustainable and reusable data; work effectively with IT and systems colleagues; and better understand the use of software in research. This is an overview of the "carpentries" curriculum for librarians. [Note: although the Carpentry webpage uses an across-the-board copyright symbol on the footer of the page, the github repo on which the page is maintained, clearly states: "All Software, Data, and Library Carpentry instructional material is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution license." see:]

Material Type: Student Guide

Author: Library Carpentry