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Other Department & Library Collections

Digital Scholarship collections developed in collaboration with non-library partners, and collections developed by the Paul Buisson Architecture Library and the Weeks Music Library.

Paul Buisson Architecture Library

School of Architecture Digital Collection

Plans, renderings, drawings, blueprints, personal papers, photographs, and ephemera relevant to the study of architecture and the History of the School of Architecture.

School of Architecture Fruit Tiles

Graphic representations of fruit by second year architecture students employing both freehand drawing skills and digital technologies.

School of Architecture Hometown Maps

Maps created by undergraduate architecture students as they research their hometown and translate their discoveries into a visual narrative using a combination of hand and digital techniques.

Weeks Music Library

Frost School of Music Concert Archive - Community Artists

The Frost School of Music hosts a diverse group of community artists in its performance halls, including the Greater Miami Civic Chorale, and the Miami Symphony Orchestra. This archive features recordings by these and other guest artists. Access is restricted to UM campus.

Frost School of Music Concert Archive - Students & Faculty

The Frost Digital Concert Archive, a joint project of the Frost School of Music and the University of Miami Libraries, features recordings of concerts and recitals presented by faculty and students at the Frost School of Music. Access is restricted to UM campus.

Digital Scholarship

Caribbean Writers Summer Institute Archival Video Collection

Caribbean Writers Summer Institute Archival Video Collection provides a searchable video archive of talks given at the 1991-1996 Caribbean Writer's Summer Institute sponsored by Caribbean Literary Studies, Department of English at the University of Miami. Participants include Edwidge Danticut, George Lamming, Kamau Brathwaite, Sandra Paquet and others.

Swingle Plant Digital Archive

The Swingle Plant Anatomy Digital Archive features an historical collection of over 1,700 images from more than 250 species of plants collected from all over the world. The images are digitized micrographs of parts of plants that were sectioned, stained, and permanently mounted to a glass slide.