Library Audiovisual Presentations (Digital Surrogates) | University of Illinois Archives
Digital surrogates from the Library Audiovisual Presentations contain digitized copies of a two-reel silent film, "Found in a Book: Making the Most of your Library" (1936) that compares the experiences of one student who successfully utilizes the university library with his roommate who does not; produced by the Class in Administration, University of Illinois Library School, directed by Marion Bradford, written by Ralph T. Esterquest, and photographed by Ray P. Hamm; actors include Klusman Parks, David Pettigrew, Halle Galhuly, Mildred Easton, and Martha Sanford. Additonally, digital surrogates include digitzed audio recordings of faculty and guest lectures concerning control and access; inderdisciplinary research; digital materials; community relations; music preservation; feminist perspectives on thinking, libraries, and information; global impact of libraries; reference and virtual libraries; humanities and libraries; and information technology by speakers including Herbert White, Robert Alun Jones, Barbara J. Ford, Charles A. Bunge, Sarah M. Pritchard, Richard Jones, Sonja Jordan, Ann Bishop, Adam Griego, Carole L. Palmer, Kuperminc Marta Zarate, and Sally H. McCallum.
Administrative access to preservation, nearline, and access files are available to archives staff at https://medusa.library.illinois.edu/collections/364
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