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Hanover, NH : Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, 1988-1998
Rauner D.C. History Z5852.D37 F33
Publications of the U.S. Geological Survey on CD ROM
Alexandria, Va. (4220 King St., Alexandria, VA 22302-1507) : American Geological Institute, ©1989-
Includes: 55,104 references to USGS publications issued 1880-1988; 213 references to reports of the Hayden, King, Powell, and Wheeler surveys; 15,227 references to non-Survey publications by Survey authors which appeared in GeoRef from 1983 to Feb. 1989. Coverage of Open-File reports before 1971 is incomplete. For some Bulletins, Professional papers, and Open-File reports which have chapters, there are separate references for each chapter. Abstracts are provided for 5243 references. Most references include GeoRef index terms. Some references include indexed geographic coordinates
Index to United Nations documents and publications
New Canaan, CT : Readex, 1990-
Baker Berry Ref CD-ROM Z6482 .I64
Bibliography and index of Paleozoic crinoids and coronate echinoderms, 1981-1985
Webster, G. D. 1934-
Boulder, Colo. : Geological Society of America, ©1988
Library Depository Z6033 .P2
A history of the United States Military Academy Library
Norton, Aloysius A
Wayne, N.J. : Avery Pub. Group, ©1986
Rauner Alumni Z733.U651 N67 1986
Library of Dartmouth College
Gerould, James Thayer, 1872-1951
[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [between 1900 and 1999]
Rauner D.C. History Z733.H252 G476
Sources of English history of the seventeenth century, 1603-1689, in the University of Minnesota library ; with a selection of secondary material
Gerould, James Thayer, 1872-1951
Minneapolis : University of Minnesota, 1921
Rauner Alumni Z2018 .G37
Bibliography of Dartmouth college and Hanover, N.H. : Professor Marvin D. Bisbee, editor
Gerould, James Thayer, 1872-1951
Concord [N.H.] : E.N. Pearson, public printer, 1894
Rauner Gilman Z1312.H24 G3
Foreign Broadcast Information Service electronic index : FBIS
New Canaan, CT : NewsBank/Readex
Jones Media CD-ROM Z7163 .F67
Admyte : archivo digital de manuscritos y textos españoles
Madrid : Micronet, 1992-
volumen 0: Enciclopedias -- Diccionarios y gramáticas -- Textos legales -- Textos científicos -- Libros de viajes -- Crónicas y bibliografías -- Tratados de caballería y nobleza -- Textos poéticos -- Textos religiosos -- Libros sapienciales -- Prosa literaria. [volumen 1]: Enciclopedias -- Diccionarios y gramáticas -- Textos legales -- Textos científicos -- Libros de viajes -- Crónicas y bibliografías -- Tratados de caballería y nobleza -- Textos poéticos
Contains images and text of medieval Spanish manuscripts. Allows the user to search for and save text and images
Jones Media CD-ROM Z6620.S7 A36 1992
Monthly catalog of United States government publications
Washington, DC : Cataloging Branch, Library Division, Library Programs Service, Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., 1996-
Jones Media CD-ROM Z1223 .A1822
A world's fair for the global village
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 1997
Baker Berry ZA4226 .M35 1997
Fondo Bibliográfico Entrambasaguas
producido por Sánchez Miguel Multimedia
Ciudad Real : Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, ©1996
Provides access to bibliographic data for items from the library of Joaquin de Entrambasaguas held in the Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha. Includes sound and music files, photographs of some volumes, and video clips.
Jones Media CD-ROM Z997.E587 F663 1996
National Criminal Justice Reference Service abstracts database
U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice
Rockville, Md. : NCJRS, [1997-]
Jones Media CD-ROM Z5703.4.C73 N38
One hundred treasures from the British Library
ineractive design by Paula Lonergan ; software realisation by Richard Gray, Footmark Media ; produced by the British Library
[London] : British Library : ©1998
Presents highlights from the collections of the British Library, including sacred texts, western and oriental illuminated manuscripts, English literary manuscripts, historical documents, music manuscripts, maps, newspapers, stamps, and sound recordings.
Jones Media CD-ROM Z792.B85932 B75 1998
Index to current urban documents
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, ©1999-
Jones Media CD-ROM Z7164.L8 I524
USGS MapFinder : USGS topographic map catalog
[Lakewood Colo.] : [Digital Data Services], 
MapFinder is a portable document format (PDF) based searchable catalog of maps and digital map data available from the USGS. Contains detailed listings for over 57,000 topographic, county, land-use and specialty maps within conterminous United States (lower 48 states). Also includes Map reseller directory.
Evans Map Room CD-ROM Z6027.U5 U848 2000
GPO Access : interactive training CD-ROM
Washington, D.C. : U.S. G.P.O., [2000?]
Provides an overview of the Web interface, instructions for locating and retrieving information, and sample searches in popular applications, such as the Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, and Congressional Record; includes interactive elements to enhance your learning experience.
Jones Media CD-ROM ZA5055.U6 G66
The Harvard Korean studies bibliography : 80,000 references on Korea
Harvard University, Korea Institute ; compiled by Frank Hoffmann, with Matthew J. Christensen and Kirk W. Larsen
Cambridge, Mass. : The Institute : ©1999
References 50,000 articles 17,000 books, 4,000 chapters in books, 7,000 dissertations, and 4,000 reviews in Western-language publications.
Jones Media CD-ROM Z3316 .H37 1999
Census catalog and guide
[Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Census Bureau, 1999-
Jones Media CD-ROM Z7554.U5 U322
La librairie des ducs de Bourgogne : manuscrits conservés à la Bibliothèque royale de Belgique
Turnhout, Belgium : Brepols ; ©2001-
Each disc contains two complementary, searchable databases: a textual database and an image bank. The textual database consists of all the descriptive notes of the manuscripts. The image bank comprises the reproductions of all illustrations. In addition, there is a series of background articles relating to the history of the Burgundy Library, an important personage or stylistic trend as well as a general bibliography.
Jones Media CD-ROM Z6621.B94 B53 2001
Gutenberg Digital : Göttinger Gutenberg-Bibel, Musterbuch und Helmaspergisches Notariatsinstrument = The Göttingen Gutenberg bible, Model book, and Helmasperger's Notarial instrument
hrsg. von Elmar Mittler, Stephan Füssel
München : K.G. Saur Verlag, 2000
CD 1. The Göttingen Gutenberg Bible (approximately 1454). Passages from the Bible : list of well-known Bible texts (direct access to the passages only via CD 2), German English, French -- CD 2. The Göttingern Model Book (approximately 1450) ; Illumination ; Helmasperger's notarial instrument of 6 November 1455. Passages from the Bible: a selection of well-known Bible texts from the Bible compared to the original Hebrew and Greek text and translations (German, English, French). Gutenberg and his impact: Johann Gutenberg : his life ; Helmasperger's notarial instrument ; The period before printed books ; Gutenberg's epoch-making achievement ; Letterpress printing ; The "work of the books", the 42-line Latin Bible ; Printing after Gutenberg ; The impact of printing ; The Göttingen vellum copy of the B42 ; The Göttingen model book.
Jones Media CD-ROM Z241.B58 B535 2000
Revista de libros
[Madrid] : Caja Madrid Fundación
The world of alphabets by Hermann Zapf : a kaleidoscope of drawings and letterforms
Wolfenbüttel, Germany : Herzog August Bibliothek, 
More than 200 color digital reproductions of typeface sketches, calligraphic exemplars, broadside layouts, and book designs representing the past 60 years of Hermann Zapf's career.
Jones Media CD-ROM Z250.A2 Z38 2001
Bibliografía española de revistas científicas de ciencias sociales y humanidades
[Madrid] : Centro de Información y Documentación Científica, 1998-
Jones Media CD-ROM Z7161 .B53
Here : 50 years of poetry in Buffalo
Buffalo, NY : The Poetry/Rare Books Collection, University at Buffalo, ©1997
Produced in honor of the first fifty years of the Poetry/Rare Books Collection at the State University of New York at Buffalo, this multimedia presentation provides a sampling of the rich and diverse holdings of the Collection.
Jones Media CD-ROM Z733.S837 H47 1997
Catálogo de colecciones 2000 : Red Nacional de Bibliotecas, Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango
[Bogotá] : Banco de la República, 
Jones Media CD-ROM Z907.C6 R43 2000
Lexikon der deutschen Literatur : Autoren und Werke deutscher Sprache
München : Systhema in der United Soft Media : ©2001
Jones Media CD-ROM Z2231 .L495 2001
Buenos Aires : Cámara Argentina del Libro
Jones Media CD-ROM Z1615 .L73
International philosophical bibliography = Répertoire bibliographique de la philosophie = Bibliografisch repertorium van de wijsbegeerte
Editions de l'Institut supérieur de philosophie, Université catholique de Louvain
Louvain-la-Neuve : Peeters
Jones Media CD-ROM Z7127 .R422
EPA national publications catalog
Cincinnati, Ohio : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Administration and Resources Management, 2003-
Baker Berry US Gov Docs Z5863.P7 U582
Moskva : Izd-vo Kniga
The library as place : Symposium on Building and Revitalizing Health Sciences Libraries in the Digital Age, Lister Hill Auditorium, November 5-6, 2003
presented by National Library of Medicine & Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries
Bethesda, MD : National Library of Medicine, 2004
Symposium highlights (5 min.) -- Welcome and overview -- Day 1 presentations -- Day 2 presentations -- Keynote speech -- Poster sessions -- Conference agenda -- Resources.
This symposium focused on the importance of the library as place and the impact of new technologies and other factors on planning for new library facilities and the renovation of existing facilities. Searchable video of 35 symposium presentations using image and text searching tools (interactive, multi-window screen provides separate views of speaker, enlarged slides and scrollable thumbnails of speaker's slide-set). It also includes the poster sessions with explanations by presenters, biographies of all presenters and additional interviews with several speakers.
Moskva : Izd-vo "Nauka", 1998-
Società internazionale per lo studio del Medioevo latino
Florence : SISMEL, Edizioni del Galluzzo, 1998-
Jones Media CD-ROM Z2000 .M352
Proceedings of the ... ASIS&T annual meeting
Silver Springs, Maryland : American Society for Information Science and Technology by Richard B. Hill, 2005-
Jones Media CD-ROM Z699.A1 A6
Repertorium der lateinischen Sermones des Mittelalters für die Zeit von 1350-1500
nach den Vorarbeiten von J.B. Schneyer ; herausgegeben von L. Hödl und W. Knoch
Münster : Aschendorff, ©2001
Searchable database of Medieval Latin sermons from 1350 to 1500.
Jones Media CD-ROM Z7847 .R47 2001
Colish type book ; thirty-five years accumulation of many different type faces ..
New York, [1940?]
Baker Berry Book Arts Ref Z250 .C647 1944
U.S. library data archive
U.S. National Commission on Libraries and Information Science
Washington, DC : U.S. National Commission on Libraries and Information Science, 2007
Disc 1: Contains raw NCES data -- Disc 2: NCES/NCLIS data: PLDF3 (longitudinal files of public library data) PUSUM (Longitudinal files of state public library summary data) StLA (Logitudinal files of state library data) presented in varios formats (spreadsheet, ASCII and SAS).
"These CD's include electronic publications on US libraries from the US National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and from the US National Commission on Libraries and Information Science (NCLIS). These publications contain data, documentation, and reports on different types of US libraries conducted over approximately 35 years"-- liner notes.
Baker Berry US Gov Docs Z731 .U6 2007
U.S. library data archive
U.S. National Commission on Libraries and Information Science
[Washington, D.C.] : U.S. National Commission on Libraries and Information Science, 
"This CD includes electronic publications on U.S. public libraries from the US National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and from the U.S. National Commission on Libraries and Information Science (NCLIS). These publications contain data, documentation, and reports on these US libraries conducted over approximately 35 years"--liner notes.
Baker Berry US Gov Docs Z731 .U6 2008
Bibliografía nacional de Nicaragua, 2002-2004
Biblioteca Nacional "Rubén Darío" ; Maribel Otero Zavala, coordinadora
Managua, Nicaragua : Instituto Nicaragüense de Cultura, 
Autor -- Biblioteca Nacional -- Fuentes -- Títulos.
Jones Media CD-ROM Z1481 .B53 2005
Dartmouth College LJUR
Philadelphia, PA : Thomson Reuters, ©2011
Statistical database listing the frequency with Dartmouth researchers publish in journals indexed in the Web of Science and the frequency with which they cite journals and other works in their publications. The data resides in 10 tables in a Microsoft Access relational database.
Baker Berry Acq Office Z669.8 .D37 2011
One click : Jeff Bezos and the rise of Amazon.com
Brandt, Richard L
[Ashland, Or.] : Blackstone Audio, Inc., 
DYABOLA : Sachkataloge des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts
Enneptetal : Biering & Brinkmann
Contains electronic subject catalogs of publications on the history of art and the ancient world. It includes the subject catalogs of the German Archaeological Institute in Rome, the Bibliography of Iberian Archaeology from the German Archaeological Institute in Madrid, and the Archaeology of Roman Provinces from RGK Frankfurt.
Jones Media CD-ROM Z5111 .D93
Moskva : Gos. t͡sentr. knizhnai͡a palata RSFSR
Tu shu guan xue kan
Taibei : Guo li Taiwan da xue tu shu guan xue xi, 1972-1998
Revival type : digital typefaces inspired by the past
New Haven, CT : Yale University Press, 
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z250 .S533 2017
Moskva : Ministerstvo pechati i massovoĭ informat͡sii RSFSR i trudovoĭ kollektiv MGMP "Knizhnoe obozrenie"
Arthur, C. J. 1955- author
Mobile, Alabama : Negative Capability Press, 
Baker Berry Z1003 .A76 2017
What is the history of the book?
Raven, James, 1959- author
Cambridge, UK ; Polity Press, 2018
The scope of book history -- The early history of book history -- Description, enumeration and modelling -- Who, what and how? -- Reading -- Consequences.
This book introduces the fast-developing field of book history. James Raven, a leading historian of the book, offers a fresh and accessible guide to the global study of the production, dissemination and reception of written and printed texts across all societies and in all ages. Students, teachers, researchers and general readers will benefit from the book's investigation of the subject's origins, scope and future direction. Based on original research and a wide range of sources, What is the History of the Book? shows how book history crosses disciplinary boundaries and intersects with literary, historical, communications, media, library and conservation studies. Raven uses examples from around the world to explore different traditions in bibliography, palaeography and manuscript studies. He analyses book history's growing global ambition and demonstrates how the study of reading practises opens up new horizons in social history and the history of knowledge. He shows how book history is contributing to debates about intellectual and popular culture, colonialism and the communication of ideas. The first global, accessible introduction to the field of book history from ancient to modern times, What is the History of the Book? is essential reading for all those interested in one of society's most important cultural artefacts.
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z4 .R237 2018
Hong, Geum-Hee, compiler
London : Laurence King Publishing Ltd, 2016
Handwriting -- Italian and French Italics -- English Copperplate -- Brush & Swash -- Marker Scripts -- School Scripts -- Decorative and Freestyle.
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z250 .H76713 2016
Material texts in early modern England
Smyth, Adam, 1972- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2018
Introduction : the case of man -- Cutting texts : prune and lop away -- Burning texts : his studeing chaire...was of strawe -- Errors and corrections : my galley charged with forgetfulness -- Printed waste : tatters allegoricall.
"What was a book in early modern England? By combining book history, bibliography and literary criticism, 'Material texts in Early Modern England' explores how sixteenth- and seventeenth-century books were stranger, richer things than scholars have imagined. Adam Smyth examines important aspects of bibliographical culture which have been underexamined by critics: the cutting up of books as a form of careful reading; book destruction and its relation to canon formation; the prevalence of printed errors and the literary richness of mistakes; and the recycling of older texts in the bodies of new books, as printed waste. How did authors, including Herbert, Jonson, Milton, Nashe and Cavendish, respond to this sense of the book as patched, transient, flawed, and palimpsestic? 'Material texts in Early Modern England' recovers these traits and practices, and so crucially revises our sense of what a book was, and what a book might be." -- from the dustjacket.
Baker Berry Z8.G7 S69 2018
Elizabethan publishing and the makings of literary culture
Melnikoff, Kirk, 1969- author
Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 
"'Elizabethan publishing and the makings of literary culture' explores the influence of the book trade over English literary cultures in the decades following incorporation of the Stationers' Company in 1557. Through an analysis of the often overlooked contributions of bookmen like Thomas Hacket, Richard Smith, and Paul Linley, Kirk Melnikoff tracks the crucial role that bookselling publishers played in transmitting literary texts into print as well as energizing and shaping a new sphere of vernacular literary activity.
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z151.3 .M45 2018
Writing for print : publishing and the making of textual authority in late imperial China
Son, Suyoung, author
Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Asia Center, 2018
Part I. Publishing practice of writers in the seventeenth century: The making of the printed text -- Publishing for reputation -- The economics of print -- Part II. Trans-regional impact in the eighteenth century: Censorship of installment publication in Qing China -- Transnational circulation of Tanji Congshu and censorship in Choson Korea -- Conclusion: publishing and how to make textual authority.
"Examines the widespread practice of self-publishing by writers in late imperial China, focusing on the inextricable relationships between manuscript tradition and print convention, between peer patronage and popular fame, and between gift exchange and commercial transactions in textual production and circulation"--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry Z285.5 .S638 2018
Carl Dair & the Cartier typeface : selected correspondence
Dair, Carl, author
Kentville, Nova Scotia : Gaspereau Press, 2017
"This collection assembles all of the known correspondence of Canadian typographer and type designer Carl Dair (1912-67) concerning the conception, development and reception of his Cartier typeface. The letters span two decades, from Dair's 1956-57 studies under the punchcutter P.H. Rädisch at the Enschedé typefoundry in Holland, to the voluminous response to the release of the First Proof of Cartier in 1966 until his sudden death in 1967, including candid criticisms and detailed critiques from some of the twentieth century's foremost typographic minds-Sem Hartz, John Dreyfus, Paul Standard, Beatrice Warde, Hermann Zapf and others. Together with annotated transcriptions of all of Dair's surviving "Epistles to the Torontonians," this collection gathers lively, thoughtful and timely communications to and from typographers, designers, tradesmen and scholars across Canada and the world. An informative and entertaining resource for enthusiasts of typography and history alike" -- Provided by publisher's website.
Baker Berry Z250.A2 D3195 2017
Museum and archive on the move : changing cultural institutions in the digital era
Oliver Grau (ed.), with Wendy Coones and Viola Rühse
Berlin ; De Gruyter, 
Museum and archive on the move -- Introduction / Oliver Grau, Wendy Coones, Viola Rühse -- Part I. Museums -- Museum of Art and Science: a language for the great fusion / Jorge Wagensberg -- The digital collection of the Rijksmuseum: open content and the commercialization of a national museum / Viola Rühse -- Museum in motion?: movement as category of museum analysis / Dieter Bogner -- Museums, interactivity, and the tasks of "exhibition anthropology" / Erkki Huhtamo -- The museum, public space and the internet: environments for presenting interactive film / Ryszard W. Kluszczynski -- Digital art's complex expression and its impact on archives and humanities for a concerted museum-network of expertise and preservation / Oliver Grau -- Asia as a methodology: the asian culture complex in gwangju as an "arcades project" for asia / Youngjin Lee -- The death of the African archive and the birth of the museum: considering Meschac Gaba's Museum of Contemporary African Art / Okwui Enwezor -- Museum on Mars: re-define, re-auratize, re-territorialize / Wendy Coones -- Part II. Archives -- Aesthetics and anaesthetics: eudaimonism and melancholia in the archive / Sean Cubitt -- From archives to collections: digital art in/out of institutions / Christiane Paul -- Textualities, materialities and indeterminate pasts: the archive as hybrid infrastructure / Morten Søndergaard -- Archives in motion: motion as meaning / Sarah Kenderdine, Jeffrey Shaw -- Revisiting the network of "les immatériaux": the exhibition as manifestation and interdisciplinary research platform / Andreas Broeckmann -- The phantoms of multimedia: about the increasing loss of digital cultural heritage and some challenges for museums and archives / Harald Kraemer -- Cultural data: possibilities and limitations of working with historical cultural data / Lev Manovich -- "Weltregal" or the world on a shelf: a utopia for 21st century libraries / Lutz Engelke, Anja Osswald.
"The digital revolution fundamentally changed how cultural heritage is created, documented, analyzed, and preserved. The book focuses on this transformation's impact. How must museums and archives meet the challenges of digitally generated cultures and how does the digital revolution influence traditional object collection, research, and education? How do digital technologies and digital art and culture affect our interaction with images? Leading international experts from various disciplines break new ground. Pioneering interdisciplinary research results collected in this book are relevant to education, curators and archivists in the arts and culture sector and in the digital humanities."-- Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry Z701.3.D54 M87 2017
Contra el copyright
Richard Stallman, Wu Ming, César Rendueles, Kembrew McLeod
México, D.F. : Tumbona Ediciones, 2014
El derecho a la lectura / Richard Stallman -- Copyright y maremoto / Wu Ming 1 -- El copyleft explicado a los niños / Wu Ming 1 -- Copiar, robar, mandar / César Rendueles -- El futuro digital y el pasado analógico / Kembrew McLeod.
Baker Berry Z649.A68 C6618 2014
Palaeography, manuscript illumination and humanism in Renaissance Italy : studies in memory of A.C. de la Mare
edited by Robert Black, Jill Kraye and Laura Nuvoloni
London : The Warburg Institute, 2016
"Albinia de la Mare (1932-2001), OBE, FBA, Professor of Palaeography at King's College London, was one of the last century's outstanding palaeographers and the world's leading authority on Italian Renaissance manuscripts. In November 2011 a conference was held at King's College and the Warburg Institute to honour her memory, and this volume offers revised versions of most of the papers read on that occasion, as well as three additional contributions. Tilly de la Mare had exceptionally wide interests, including key individuals involved in manuscript and literary production, as represented here by studies on Vespasiano da Bisticci, Sozomeno da Pistoia, Matteo Contugi da Volterra, Lorenzo di Francesco Guidetti, Giorgio Antonio Vespucci, Bartolomeo Sanvito, Bartolomeo Varnucci, Francesco Petrarca, Pier Candido Decembrio, Leonardo Bruni and Marsilio Ficino. Important themes in the history of palaeography? the emergence of humanist script; the relationship between script and illumination; the competing methods of palaeography and philology; the social, political, academic, geographical and cultural contexts of manuscript copying and production; and the role of palaeography in the transmission of classical texts? were also in the compass of her scholarship and are treated in this collection. The volume concludes with sixteen colour plates and indices of manuscripts, incunabula and names."--
Baker Berry Z106.5.I8 P35 2016
Sleight of binding
Moote, Cherryl, 1956- author
Ontario : Moote Points, 2002
Baker Berry Nash Z271.3.P36 M66 2002
Bookcraft : techniques for binding, folding, and decorating to create books and more
Beverly, Mass. : Quarry Books, ©2008
Introduction -- Materials -- Tools -- Rules -- 1. Bindings. -- Pamphlet-stitch binding -- Single-section case-binding -- Multi-section case-binding -- Perfect binding -- Post binding -- Japanese stab binding -- Dos-à-dos -- Concertina binding -- Flag book -- Tunnel book -- Carousel book -- Flip book -- Portfolio binding -- 2. Page and cover. -- Cutting and layering paper -- Surface sculpting -- Debossing -- Embossing -- Folding the page -- Pop-up -- 3. The complete book. -- Structure and narrative -- Surface, light, and shadow -- Transformations -- Pushing the boundaries.
This book explores more experimental binding and page treatment techniques, and has a comprehensive gallery of ideas outlining the skills and materials needed to apply techniques often reserved for professionals. --Publishers description.
Baker Berry Nash Z271 .W457 2008
Bound : over 20 artful handmade books
New York, NY : Lark, 
Introduction -- The basics: materials, tools, and techniques -- Vintage books -- Nature books -- Leather books.
"Bind a book beautifully, with these whimsical and stylish projects from bookbinder extraordinaire Erica Ekrem! With her novel approach to traditional techniques, and the use of repurposed materials, Ekrem has devised creative fun for book artists of all levels. Choose from three categories: Vintage, Nature, and Leather. Make books from mason jars and seashells, a classic leather-bound photo album, and other works of art"--
Baker Berry Nash Z271 .E38 2015
Making books : a guide to creating handcrafted books
London Centre for Book Arts
New York, New York : Princeton Architectural Press, 2018
Introduction -- The bindery -- Tools and equipment -- Materials -- Techniques -- The books -- Pamphlets -- Concertinas -- Stab bindings -- Slim case bindings -- Exposed spine bindings -- Multisection case bindings -- Suppliers.
"From the London Centre for Books Arts, the internationally recognized, artist-run, open-access studio at the forefront of the book craft community, comes this definitive manual for creating hand-bound books. Making Books: A Guide to Creating Handcrafted Books offers beginners and advanced artists alike a comprehensive overview of the tools, principles, and techniques used in hand bookbinding. Through hundreds of vibrant photographs and clear illustrations showing step-by-step instructions, Making Books leads readers through six bookbinding projects, from pamphlets and concertinas, to multi-section case bindings, for aspiring binders to learn and master"--
Baker Berry Nash Z271 .M33 2017
Research 2.0 and the impact of digital technologies on scholarly inquiry
Antonella Esposito, editor
Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, 
Section 1. Contextual scenarios of research 2.0 -- Social scholars in the digital age : social scholarship and practices / Jiahang Li, Christine Greenhow, Emilia Askari -- Research and Web 2.0 : technology, innovation and actor constellations / Diego Ponte, Stefan Klein -- Libraries meet research 2.0 : literacies and services / Tibor Koltay, Sonja Špiranec -- Alternative research funding mechanisms : make funding fit for science 2.0 / David Osimo, Laia Pujol Priego, Riina Vuorikari -- Section 2. International perspectives -- Perspectives on digital scholarship : exploring the conceptual landscape and practices in Latin America / Gustavo Daniel Constantino, Juliana Elisa Raffaghelli -- Visibility of scholarly research and changing research communication practices : a case study from Namibia / Catherine Kell, Laura Czerniewicz -- Exploring digital scholarship : a study on the use of social media for scholarly communication among Italian academics / Stefania Manca, Maria Ranieri -- Section 3. Emergent scholarly practices -- Self-organizing the scholarly practices : how the PhD researchers use Web 2.0 and social media / Antonella Esposito -- The hook, woo and spin : academics creating relations on social media / Megan Jane McPherson, Narelle Lemon -- Academics' active/passive use of YouTube for research and for leisure / Yimei Zhu -- Google scholar's filter bubble : an inflated actuality? / Ke Yu, Nazeem Mustapha, Nadeem Oozeer -- Section 4. Potential innovation in researcher development -- Research 2.0 : the contribution of content curation and academic conferences / Maria Spilker, Maria Paula Silva, Lina Morgado -- Writing groups in the digital age : a case study analysis of Shut Up & Write Tuesdays / Siobhan T. O'Dwyer, Sharon L McDonough, Rebecca Jefferson, Jennifer Ann Goff, Michelle Redman-MacLaren -- Digital identity of researchers 2.0 : the case of their personal learning network / Nuno Ricardo Oliveira, Lina Morgado.
"This book is a reference source for the latest insights on the impact of web services and social technologies for conducting academic research, highlighting international perspectives, emerging scholarly practices, and real-world contexts"--
Baker Berry ZA4060 .R47 2017
The Chinese typewriter : a history
Mullaney, Thomas S. author
Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, 
Incompatible with modernity -- Puzzling Chinese -- Radical machines -- What do you call a typewriter with no keys? -- Controlling the Kanjisphere -- QWERTY is dead! Long live QWERTY! -- The typing rebellion.
"Chinese writing is character based, the one major world script that is neither alphabetic nor syllabic. Through the years, the Chinese written language encountered presumed alphabetic universalism in the form of Morse Code, Braille, stenography, Linotype, punch cards, word processing, and other systems developed with the Latin alphabet in mind. This book is about those encounters -- in particular thousands of Chinese characters versus the typewriter and its QWERTY keyboard. Thomas Mullaney describes a fascinating series of experiments, prototypes, failures, and successes in the century-long quest for a workable Chinese typewriter. The earliest Chinese typewriters, Mullaney tells us, were figments of popular imagination, sensational accounts of twelve-foot keyboards with 5,000 keys. One of the first Chinese typewriters actually constructed was invented by a Christian missionary, who organized characters by common usage (but promoted the less-common characters for "Jesus" to the common usage level). Later came typewriters manufactured for use in Chinese offices, and typewriting schools that turned out trained "typewriter girls" and "typewriter boys." Still later was the "Double Pigeon" typewriter produced by the Shanghai Calculator and Typewriter Factory, the typewriter of choice under Mao. Clerks and secretaries in this era experimented with alternative ways of organizing characters on their tray beds, inventing an arrangement method that was the first instance of "predictive text." Today, after more than a century of resistance against the alphabetic, not only have Chinese characters prevailed, they form the linguistic substrate of the vibrant world of Chinese information technology. The Chinese Typewriter, not just an "object history" but grappling with broad questions of technological change and global communication, shows how this happened."--Publisher's description.
Baker Berry Nash Z49.4.C4 M85 2017
Curating research data
edited by Lisa R. Johnston
Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2017
Baker Berry ZA4080.4 .C87 2017
The complete manual of typography : a guide to setting perfect type
Berkeley, CA : Peachpit Press, ©2012
Part 1: Typographic basics. The state of the art and how we got here ; Units of typographic measurement ; About typefaces ; About fonts ; The basics of using typefaces ; Typesetting versus typewriting ; Setting type on a personal computer ; What makes good type good (and bad type bad) -- Part 2: How to set type. Measure, point size, and leading ; Controlling hyphenation and justification ; Kerning and tracking ; Managing indention and alignment ; Special characters and special situations ; Document structures and typographic conventions ; Tables ; Language-specific issues ; Typesetting with style sheets ; Resolution issues : print, screen, and web -- Glossary.
This book is about how type should look and how to make it look that way--in other words, how to set type like a professional. It explains in practical terms how to use today's digital tools to achieve the secret of good design: well set type. An essential reference for anyone who works with type: designers, print production professionals, and corporate communications managers can go to straight to the index to find focused answers to specific questions, while educators and students can read it as a text book from cover to cover.
Baker Berry Nash Z250 .F44 2012
The library : a catalogue of wonders
Kells, Stuart, author
Berkeley, CA : Counterpoint, 2018
A library with no books: oral traditions and the songlines -- The pleasure of books -- The last days of Alexandria: ancient books and their storage -- Books in bed -- In pursuit of perfection: the rise of the codex -- Fools in love -- "A damned sewerful of men": Renaissance rediscoveries -- Mean-spirited collectors -- Free for all: the abundance of books in the printing era -- Curiosities -- "What the barbarians did not do": the Vatican Library -- Delicacies -- Secret histories: tricks and treasures in library design -- Found -- Keepers of books: the best and worst librarians in history -- Vandals -- The quintessence of debauchery: Heber, Byron, and Barry -- Writers' libraries -- Execration upon Vulcan: libraries destroyed by fire and war -- Library fauna -- The Count: book looters and thieves -- Book wheels and machines -- "The interior of a library should whisper": the Pierpont Morgan Library -- When disaster strikes -- For the glory: the Folger Shakespeare Library -- Birth -- Killing a monk: fantasy libraries -- Death -- A love letter: libraries for the future -- Afterlife.
"Libraries are much more than mere collections of volumes. The best are magical, fabled places whose fame has become part of the cultural wealth they are designed to preserve. Some still exist today; some are lost, like those of Herculaneum and Alexandria; some have been sold or dispersed; and some never existed, such as those libraries imagined by J.R.R Tolkien, Umberto Eco, and Jorge Luis Borges, among others. Ancient libraries, grand baroque libraries, scientific libraries, memorial libraries, personal libraries, clandestine libraries: Stuart Kells tells the stories of their creators, their prizes, their secrets and their fate. To research this book, Kells traveled around the world with his young family like modern day 'Library Tourists.' Kells discovered that all the world's libraries are connected in beautiful and complex ways, that in the history of libraries, fascinating patterns are created and repeated over centuries. More importantly, he learned that stories about libraries are stories about people, containing every possible human drama. The Library is a fascinating and engaging exploration of libraries as places of beauty and wonder. It's a celebration of books as objects, a celebration of the anthropology and physicality of books and bookish space, and an account of the human side of these hallowed spaces by a leading and passionate bibliophile." --
Baker Berry Nash Z721 .K36 2018
Unpacking my library : artists and their books
edited by Jo Steffens and Matthias Neumann
[New Haven, Conn.] : Yale University Press, 
Taking its inspiration from Walter Benjamin's seminal 1931 essay, the Unpacking My Library series charts a spirited exploration of the reading and book collecting practices of today's leading thinkers. Artists and Their Books showcases the personal libraries of ten important contemporary artists based in the United States (Mark Dion, Theaster Gates, Wangechi Mutu, Ed Ruscha, and Carrie Mae Weems), Canada (Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller), and the United Kingdom (Billy Childish, Tracey Emin, and Martin Parr). Through engaging interviews, the artists discuss the necessity of reading and the meaning of books in their lives and careers. This is a book about books, but it even more importantly highlights the role of literature in shaping an artist's self-presentation and persona. Photographs of each artist's bookshelves present an evocative glimpse of personal taste, of well-loved and rare volumes, and of the individual touches that make a bookshelf one's own. The interviews are accompanied by top ten reading lists assembled by each artist, an introduction by Jo Steffens, and Marcel Proust's seminal essay On Reading.
Baker Berry Z1039.A77 U56 2017
미친 자 의 칼 아래서 : 식민지 검열 관련 신문 기사 자료 = Under the crazed man's sword : a collection of Korean newspaper articles related to Japanese colonial censorship / 한 기형 엮음
한 기형, editor. compiler,
Sŏul-si : Somyŏng Ch'ulp'an, 2017
Baker Berry Korea Z658.K6 M48 2017
Typemotion : type as image in motion
Bernd Scheffer, Christine Stenzer, Peter Weibel, Soenke Zehle, (eds.) ; translations, Steven Lindberg, Isaac Custance, Justin Morris
Ostfildern, Germany : Hatje Cantz Verlag, 
This November, FACT is pleased to present the UK premiere of Type Motion, an exhibition featuring over 200 outstanding examples of text and typography being used alongside the moving image. The exhibition celebrates the creative possibilities of opening up uses of text far beyond print, and seeks to showcase not only the importance of writing, but how bringing it to life with movement is an artform in itself.
Baker Berry Nash Z250 .T97 2015
Machine writing and typesetting : the story of Sholes and Mergenthaler and the invention of the typewriter and the linotype
Romano, Frank J., author
Salem, NH : GAMA, 
Baker Berry Nash Z253 .R58 1986
Die Evangelistensymbole auf den Einbandstempeln des späten Mittelalters : Fragen und Feststellungen
Rabenau, Konrad von, author
[Leipzig] : Passage-Verlag, 
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z269.3.S73 R33 2014
The Pepys Library : and the historic collections of Magdalene College Cambridge
Hughes, M. E. J. author
London : Scala, 2015
Baker Berry Z792.P47 H84 2015