Month: May 2014

Sister Helen Prejean: In Person and on Paper

Sister Helen Prejean’s recent visit to DePaul included many opportunities for conversations with students.  One evening in Special Collections brought life to other voices not present in the room those in letters, poetry, artwork and other documents preserved in Sister Helen Prejean’s papers in DePauls Special Collections and Archives. Students

Changes to Library Services on Suburban Campuses

The DePaul University Library locations currently housed on the Suburban Campuses will close permanently at the end of their regularly-scheduled service hours on June 13, 2014. Faculty and students will continue to have access to library resources and services through services such as Ask-a-Librarian, online research guides and tutorials, and

DePaul University Library Welcomes New Staff

Kyle Henke, Digital Archivist, comes to DePaul University from Columbia College where he established an institutional repository and managed the digital collections of the College Archives while integrating material into the classroom and the College community. Kyles role with Special Collections and Archives will be to acquire and preserve content

Open Educational Resources Expand Faculty and Student Options

Over the past decade, faculty across the country have worked to address concerns about the cost of educational materials for students as well as to explore the opportunities for new approaches to teaching through the use of open educational resources (OERs). Jos Antonio Bowen, author of Teaching Naked, and keynote

DePaul University Library Welcomes Digital Archivist, Kyle Henke

Kyle Henke comes to DePaul University from Columbia College where he established an institutional repository and managed the digital collections of the College Archives while integrating material into the classroom and the College community. As Digital Archivist, Kyle’s role with the DePaul University Special Collections and Archives will be to