From the Vault 04(01)

From the Vault is a series highlighting recent projects, research, and interesting finds from the Special Collections & University Archives department at the Gleeson Library | Geschke Center. This post features the history of the University of San Francisco Faculty Association (USFFA) and a recent research request from USFtv student director, Giuliana Salomone. Prompted by … Continue reading From the Vault 04(01)

Highlights from Gleeson’s Digital Collections

Did you know…that Gleeson Library has digital collections? We do! Currently, there are over 15 collections in Gleeson Library Digital Collections. Among the many highlights in the digital collections: Every collection in the Gleeson Library Digital Collections is accessible for free through the Gleeson Library website. No special login or credentials are required for you … Continue reading Highlights from Gleeson’s Digital Collections

Building Faculty and Community Collaboration

It all started in 2011, when USF’s Community Design Outreach program collaborated with the National Japanese American Historical Society (NJAHS) on a project documenting artifacts and sites from the Japanese American Confinement period, funded by the National Park Services (NPS). The project was initially envisioned as a website with approximately 250 images of plans and … Continue reading Building Faculty and Community Collaboration

Featured database: Credo Reference

Credo Reference is a great resource for finding articles from hundreds of reference sources such as encyclopedias, dictionaries and factbooks. The topics covered include almost anything: art, biography, business, education, geography, history, literature, medicine, movies, music, psychology, religion, science, and world cultures…if it’s included in a reference book it’s probably in Credo Reference. You can … Continue reading Featured database: Credo Reference