The University of Houston Institutional Repository (UHIR) collects, preserves and distributes scholarly output and creative works produced by the University of Houston community. UHIR provides free and open online access to the university’s research and scholarship, including electronic theses and dissertations.

  • Diving into Data: Implementing a Data Repository at the Texas Digital Library 

    Thompson, Santi; Park, Kristi; Steans, Ryan; Waugh, Laura; Buckner, Sean; Herbert, Bruce; Kapsar, Wendi; Smith, Cecilia; Donald, Jeremy; Rodgers, Denyse; Peters, Todd; Uzwyshyn, Ray; Starcher, Christopher (2016-05-04)
    This poster documents the progress of two Texas Digital Library (TDL) working groups focused on the storage and accessibility of research data. The first group, the TDL Data Management Working Group, selected a platform ...
  • Collaborating for Better Metadata: Upgrading Metadata in the University of Houston Digital Library 

    Thompson, Santi; Wu, Annie (2013-11-05)
    The Metadata and Digitization Services (MDS) department has initiated a project to audit and upgrade the existing metadata in the University of Houston Digital Library (UHDL). Collaboration has been a key from the very ...
  • Card Catalog Conversion: The Revenant 

    Scott, Bethany; Vinson, Emily (2016-05-25)
    Throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s, libraries around the world tackled the monumental task of converting miles of card catalog to machine readable formats accessible by computer. While this immense undertaking was ...
  • Alternative Access: A Creative Solution to an Imperfect Digital Library 

    Vinson, Emily (2016-08-06)
    The University of Houston Libraries is currently undergoing a transition in Digital Asset Management systems. With current limitations of the Digital Library making video playback difficult, this presentation discusses use ...
  • KUHT: Preserving American's Fist Public Television Station 

    Vinson, Emily (2015-11-20)
    Broadcasting from the University of Houston, KUHT signed on the air for the first time on May 25, 1953, with the promise of providing the growing city with educational programming. Focused on preservation and access, the ...

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