Here are the links from the Second Edition of the Handbook. I’m going to replace these with the links from the forthcoming Third Edition very soon! Other resources and stories can be found via the posts in the User Services Category.
Overview of a born-digital archives access workshop held at Wellcome Collection, by Victoria Sloyan. 2018. Researchers and archivists testing ways to provide access to born-digital archives.
Examples and case studies
- Hull History Centre, www.hullhistorycentre.org.uk.
- National Library of Scotland’s John Murray Archive, www.nls.uk/murray-app.
- North Carolina State University’s ‘WolfWalk’, www.lib.ncsu.edu/wolfwalk.
- Poetic Places app, www.poeticplaces.uk.
- Quadmented, http://lib.stanford.edu/special-collections-university-archives-blog/quadmented-history-stanford%E2%80%99s-main-quad-augmented-avail.
- Research service – Borthwick Institute for Archives, The University of York, www.york.ac.uk/library/borthwick/research-support/research-service.
- Sheffield University Service Level Targets, http://librarysupport.shef.ac.uk/librarysla.pdf.
- County Archive Research Network (CARN), www.archives.org.uk/ara-in-action/campaigns-sp-1351194270.html.
- Digital Riffs, blog about digital humanities, http://digitalriffs.blogspot.com.
- OCLC QuestionPoint, www.questionpoint.org.
- Reference, Access and Outreach Section, Society of American Archivists, www2.archivists.org/groups/reference-access-and-outreach-section.
- SCONUL Access, www.sconul.ac.uk/sconul-access.