Originally posted on 2014-03-18 http://www.thegrizzlylabs.com/ Accessed 12 February 2014. Reviewed by Maristella Feustle, Music Special Collections Librarian, University of North Texas [PDF Full Text] Genius Scan is an app for capturing and sharing images and documents. It is available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, with a free version and a premium version, “Genius Scan … Continue reading Grizzly Labs: Genius Scan and Genius Scan+
Originally posted on 2014-03-03 http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/provenance/vol31/iss1/ Reviewed by Kathy Marquis [PDF Full Text] Sometimes the best choice between solutions A and B is actually solution C. The trick is finding C—and letting go of A and B. A special issue of Provenance, dedicated to the advocacy efforts surrounding the near de-funding of the Georgia Archives, demonstrates … Continue reading Oestreicher, Cheryl, ed. “Provenance XXXI, Issue 1, Special Issue on Advocacy,” Provenance, Journal of the Society of Georgia Archivists: Vol. 31: Iss. 1.
Originally posted on 2014-01-21 Reviewed by Ashley Taylor, University of Pittsburgh [PDF Full Text] HootSuite is a social media management tool that synchronizes and manages multiple social media accounts from one centralized location. In the archival world, such a tool is useful for brand management, collaborative projects within organizations, and managing limited resources in a … Continue reading Hootsuite
Originally posted on 2014-06-02 http://dirt.projectbamboo.org/ Accessed April 13, 2014 Reviewed by Jay Gaidmore, Marian and Alan McLeod Director of Special Collections, Earl Gregg Swem Library, The College of William & Mary [PDF Full Text] Digital scholarship has become a buzz word in academia and libraries, and among scholars around the world. Everybody wants to do … Continue reading Bamboo Dirt