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Expanded Alexander Kluge Website

We are pleased to announce the release of the newly expanded digital collection revolving around the works – and intellectual networks – of Alexander Kluge: Alexander Kluge: Cultural History in Dialogue. Alexander Kluge is a leading public intellectual, filmmaker, and cultural theorist in Germany, whose vast corpus of work engages with a broad range of […]

Project Euclid Launches New Website

Project Euclid launched a new website in early January. Planning, design, and development of the site took place over 18 months, and included discussions with numerous researchers, publishers, and librarians. The new site maintains what people liked about the previous site, its performance and clean appearance, while incorporating many new tools and features. Project Euclid […]

Invitation to Apply for DSPS Fellowship

We are getting ready to invite applications for the Digital Scholarship Fellowship position. Hosted by the DSPS unit the fellowship program aims to provide opportunities for CUL staff to expand their skills and experiences in developing, delivering, and assessing digital scholarship services. It supports the CUL objectives of “empowering staff to explore gaps in their […]

The Library Search Experience: Embracing Simplicity

How do you find information? Chances are, you probably start with a Google search. Google’s single search box is so easy to use, the results come up in a snap, and the results that it displays are often satisfying, especially for everyday searching. It is no wonder, then, that college students often turn to Google […]

Responsive Design at CUL

Responsive design is a web design approach that aims to create an optimal viewing experience across a range of devices — from large desktop screens and smaller laptops, to tablets and smartphones. Responsive design uses CSS media queries to craft web pages that will respond to a browser’s size, or viewport. Whereas previous web development […]

Tips on Writing for the Web

Effectively writing for the web involves having useful content, written in an easy to understand style and formatted to be quickly scanned by readers.  Studies have shown that users typically scan text on websites, rather than reading word-for-word.  Users read in quick, short bursts and tend to be action-oriented, in search of a goal.  It […]

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