We are excited to share with you our programme of upcoming webinars exploring Adam Matthew Digitalâ€™s rich collections and discussing the practicalities of implementing these into your teaching and research.
Register your interest today and join us, along with guest speakers, for further insight into our collections, and updates on the newest releases.
September, Wednesday 30th | 4pm BST
AM Explorer in 2021
October, Thursday 1st | 6pm BST
The changing face of childrenâ€™s literature, ca.1820-1920 (in partnership with CHOICE)
October, Thursday 22nd | 2pm ET
How can books, toys, games and ephemera be used to research key cultural concepts and themes such as gender roles, religion, and work ethic? Join Adam Matthew Digital and Laura Wasowicz, Curator of Children's Literature at the American Antiquarian Society, as we discuss this topic and the launch of our collection, Childrenâ€™s Literature and Culture.
Serving and engaging communities through enhanced access to digital collections (in partnership with Library Journal)
October, Thursday 29th | 2pm ET
Discovering data mining and the digital humanities
November - Date tbc
Every Adam Matthew Digital collection offers transcriptions and rich collection metadata, available to all researchers and librarians at purchasing institutions. Join our Outreach team as they guide you through our data mining and digital humanities support services.
Preparing for the New Academic Year: Library Strategies, Resilient Teaching, and Digital Resources
As many institutions transition to online teaching, our Outreach team will be exploring the most effective methods for teaching with digital primary sources in an ever changing teaching environment.
Successfully Migrating Digital Collections
Hear from Baylor University about their recent migration from CONTENTdm to the Quartex platform, and the unique challenges that were overcome along the way.
AM Explorer: A librarianâ€™s perspective
Join us with special guest librarians from the UK and North America, as we discuss the benefits of AM Explorer for teaching and research.
Digitisation Lifecycle: a partnership with Backstage
Distance learning is an increasingly important tool utilized by todayâ€™s academic and cultural institutions to connect with their constituents.Librarians can participate in this movement and deepen the impact, reach and value of their analogue archive and special collections materials through digitization.