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Digital resources for Vincentian Researchers

by | Feb 28, 2011 | Vincentian Family | 1 comment

In a little over one year, the Vincentian Heritage Collections has added over 577 articles and 145,000 pages of material to the site. Usage statistics indicate there have been over 7,500 visits to the site from 99 countries. As the collection continues to acquire, process, and add new content, it will also adopt new features and functionality to improve the end user experience. Because the digital platform from Berkeley Electronic Press is only a few years old, developers are continually working to make improvements and adjustments.

Already a useful tool for scholars around the world, the Vincentian Heritage Collections will continue to be an important element in DePaul’s plans to make scholarly resources more readily available online.

As the Collections add new content or features, we will continue to send updates. If you have questions about the site or suggestions to improve it, please contact the project team at mission.depaul@gmail.com

The Office of Mission and Values, the Vincentian Studies Institute, and the John T. Richardson Library at DePaul University continue to develop the Vincentian Heritage Collections – a digital repository of documents, texts, and ebooks pertaining to Vincentian Heritage.

 

 

1 Comment

  1. Therese

    The resources here are great but it would be helpful if volumes 11 and 12 of Coste were put up on the site

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