Author: Catherine A. Aster

New exhibit creator documentation available for Spotlight at Stanford

Exhibits Documentation - an exhibit on how to create an exhibit

September 20, 2018

by Catherine A. Aster

The Spotlight at Stanford service team is pleased to announce the publication of Exhibits Documentation, a new exhibit and guide to building Spotlight at Stanford exhibits. This “exhibit on exhibits” provides documentation and examples, alongside descriptions for how to create feature, browse, and about pages — all on the Reference tab. 

First bilingual Spotlight at Stanford exhibit published

Bilingual Digital Exhibit About Mario Paci

August 29, 2018

by Catherine A. Aster

We are very pleased to announce the publication of the first bilingual Spotlight at Stanford exhibit – Mario Paci: An Italian Maestro in China. Look at the upper right-hand corner of the exhibit, and click on “English” to toggle between Chinese and English.

First Bilingual Spotlight at Stanford Exhibit Published

Bilingual Digital Exhibit About Mario Paci

August 28, 2018

by Catherine A. Aster

We are very pleased to announce the publication of the first bilingual Spotlight at Stanford exhibit – Mario Paci: An Italian Maestro in China. Look at the upper right-hand corner of the exhibit, and click on “English” to toggle between Chinese and English. 

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Spotlight at Stanford – Microsite Launched

August 29, 2017

by Catherine A. Aster

The Spotlight at Stanford Service Team is pleased to announce the launch of the Spotlight microsite

Spotlight at Stanford is an application for showcasing digital content in easy-to-produce exhibits. It is available for use by the Stanford community and its partner organizations.

Electronic Thesis & Dissertation Service Marks Five-Year Anniversary

Five years ago, University Librarian Michael Keller and University Registrar Tom Black announced the availability of the electronic thesis and dissertation submission service.  Since Fall 2009, PhD and Engineering Master’s students have submitted over 3,400 theses and dissertations electronically. Assistant University Registrar Reid Kallman notes, “Looking back over the past five years, the electronic thesis and dissertation submission system has been a success. In the most recent academic year we had approximately 98% of our students select the electronic submission option.”