Milner Library announces an online exhibition exploring the diverse identities of circus performers.
Milner Library is excited to announce that its newest topical library guide on LGBTQIA+ resources is now available.
The rich history of Illinois State is coming to Redbird homes this summer with a five-part tour series.
Much of the material created by the United States Government is not copyrighted, but many historical publications are only available in physical formats. Open access efforts are working to change that.
Most of the items uploaded to Illinois State University’s institutional repository are PDFs. But for those whose work is better showcased outside the boundaries of an article, ISU ReD has that covered, too.
Milner Library’s online catalog and other functions will be unavailable for a short period of time at the end of May due to a planned outage.
Like any material, Open Access publications sometimes “disappear” from the web. Professional organizations dissolve and their conference web pages are taken down, publishers cease operations and their assets are sold or go into legal limbo, and individuals lose interest in maintaining websites and move on.
Milner Library faculty will facilitate a variety of workshops as part of CTLT’s Summer Institute.
Due to rising costs, Illinois State University Kanopy users will experience changes to access beginning May 8.
While researching African American sideshow musicians for the grant project’s upcoming digital exhibit, it became apparent there was another story that needed to be told: the legacy of Ephraim Williams, the world’s first Black circus owner.