Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-06-10

Posted by Administrator on Sunday June 10 2012

  • Bibliography of "Hebrew books" must integrate printed books and manuscripts #icjc #
  • The Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana (Amsterdam) and the bibliography of the Hebrew book #icjc #
  • @spagnoloacht on ephemera as a fuzzy notion. The workflow of "fuzzy" collecting practice #icjc #
  • Ephemera and "rubbish theory" #icjc #
  • Shalom Sabar (Hebrew University) discusses his own collection of ephemera #icjc #
  • And now it's google time #googleculturalinstitute #icjc #
  • George Blumenthal asked Michael Douglas & others 2 read from the Book of Isaiah #soundingthebible #deadseascrolls #icjc http://t.co/e4D3Axeu #
  • From curatorship to digital curatorship #icjc #
  • http://t.co/AgtVKR1M #icjc #
  • Yerusha: a European archives survey program of the Rothschild Foundation Europe #icjc #
  • Fascinating conversation on NLI collection policy: gender, religious, and political divides between Israeli and Diaspora institutions #icjc #
  • Dewey Decimal System Revised for Judaica by Gershom Scholem #icjc http://t.co/MGZAj0Dk #
  • NLI plans to offer digital preservation for Jewish content from any collecting institution worldwide #icjc #
  • NLI areas: Islam & Middle East, Israeliana, Humanities, and Judaica #icjc #
  • NLI expects to grow to 500k visitors & 10million website hits per year. New facility to open in 2016 #icjc #
  • The renewal of the National Library of Israel http://t.co/gyM78Rjo #icjc #
  • #icjc Report from British Library on digital projects reunifying scattered collections or manuscripts #
  • #icjc International Conference of Judaica Curators in Jerusalem http://t.co/2QzKlTsV #
  • @spagnoloacht tweeting this week from 1st international conference of Judaica curators at National Library of Israel http://t.co/2QzKlTsV #
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