Teresa Sullivan’s Resignation: collecting a digital archive

June 21, 2012 at 1:04 pm (archivaria)

If you’ve been led to this link looking for information on UVA’s digital archive related to the resignation of Teresa Sullivan, please go to the Library’s site for fuller details.


  1. Douglas Kornreich said,

  2. Debra Haas said,

    Are you at all interested in correspondence that students, faculty and alumni have sent to BoV, elected or university officials? People might be willing to forward those to you as well.

    • guegueng said,

      Thanks for the idea Debra. In a few days the library will be launching a platform for people to submit actual objects (pictures, emails, videos, whatever) for us to add to the archive. I will post an official announcment for that here, and on Twitter, it will be on the library’s page and promoted through the library’s other official announcement channels. Please do spread the word to those you know who might be interested and if nothing else, just have them contact me and I’ll get the material to the right place.

      Thanks again!

  3. Tracy said,

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    […] Archivist, about the work she’s doing to capture the digital record of the recent events: “Teresa Sullivan’s Resignation: Collecting a Digital Archive” Request […]

  5. Around the Web: University of Virginia controversy [Confessions of a Science Librarian] « Random Information said,

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