DISC organizes courses, presentations and workshops on a variety of research and information management subjects:
The University Libraries own and manage a wide variety of digital collections and digital archival materials. These include digital images and high resolution scans of special collections, and also electronic journals, scholarly resources and archives. DISC's responsibility is to ensure that these valuable resources are stored safely for future use, and are recoverable in case of unfortunate disaster.
DISC Digital Preservation Resources currently include:
Contact the DISC unit at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about Digital Preservation services.
DISC offers a number of graduate fellowships and work-study positions throughout the year. DISC student employees work on a range of projects that include the research, digitization, processing and online publishing of collections and scholarly works from all across UNM and New Mexico.
Current Fellowships Available:
Work-Study Positions Available:
The DISC Center is located in Zimmerman, at the bottom of the main stairwell, Room B25. The DISC suite includes an exhibition space with a digital wall of ongoing and upcoming projects. In addition, DISC hosts office spaces, work stations, and equipment and storage to facilitate onsite digitization project work in multimedia formats.