July 31, 2008
Resolved: Alphabetical Sorting on Collection Title
Now Available:It has been brought to our attention that DigitalCase's default browse interface is only sorting ascending on the first character of the title. We are working to put a fix in place that will sort on the entire title. The problem can be evidenced by clicking the letter 'c' from the collection browse screens. We should have a fix in place by 8/1/08
July 30, 2008
Resolved:: Article Temporarily Removed:rubmod00
This issue has been resolved and the article has been re-added back to the collection.
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We have temporarily removed the following article "A Modern Mohel's Mitzvot" submitted by Zachary Rubin due to a problem indexing the article in Digital Case. We are currently investigating the problem and will repost the document (PID:rubmod00) when the problem is resolved. We expect this article to be available by end of day 7/31. Contact us with any follow up questions.
July 22, 2008
A collection of programs moderated by Gladys Haddad, Professor of American Studies and Director of the Western Reserve Studies Symposium called Regionally Speaking has been added to Digital Case. These conversational interviews engage community experts and leaders to discuss important issues for the City of Cleveland.
Beginning in May 2007 with "University Circle: A destination and a neighborhood," Regionally Speaking engaged civic leaders about this important center of excellence in Northeast Ohio. The collection includes the complete audio files, as well as links to the mpeg versions.
In 2008, Regionally Speaking begins a specific focus on Neighborhood Progress, Inc. and its six Strategic Investment Initiative neighborhoods: Buckeye, Detroit-Shoreway, Fairfax, Glenville, Slavic Village and Tremont. These programs were announced in advance and listeners were also invited to join the conversation posting questions and comments. The programs produced at Case Western Reserve University were originally broadcast on its affiliated radio station WRUW-FM 91.1.
July 02, 2008
Just Added: Case TV Collection
July 1st: We have officially launched the Case TV archive collection in digitalcase. Check out this collection from the following location: http://hdl.handle.net/2186/ksl:CaseTV. The collection is updated with new content weekly on Sunday so check back regularly.
We are exploring the idea of presenting video via Digital Case that is streamed from ITAC’s infrastructure. Long-term, we are considering the feasibility and financial model for archiving all Case TV video content produced by ITAC. In the short term, we plan to organize and present objects in the Case TV.