Great Resources

This comes to us from Charles Leckenby at ERS:

Holly Long of CU posted this to Libnet June 28:

 

University of Colorado Boulder Libraries is pleased to announce a new online resource for Colorado students and educators, Historical and Illustrated Fairy Tales Digital Collection (http://bit.ly/cufairytales).  The 27 digitized fairy tales volumes (4,800+ pages) span a three hundred year time period and contain rare editions by Charles Perrault, Mme d’Aulnoy, Giovanni Straparola, and the Brothers Grimm.  This exceptional collection inspired a public lecture series geared toward college students and adults featuring recognized experts in the field, available as streaming video athttp://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/fairytales.  Bookmarks and coloring books for younger audiences can also be found at this site. Please visit the University of Colorado Digital Library (www.cu.edu/digitallibrary<http://www.cu.edu/digitallibrary>) to find other unique, freely-available digital resources for teaching and research.

Historical and Illustrated Fairy Tales Digital Collection highlights a portion of the University of Colorado Boulder Libraries Special Collections Department’s collection of European, American, and Asian tales.  Additional information related to the collection, such as exhibits, blogs, and articles, are available on their website (http://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/specialcollections/collections/Fairy_Tale_Collection.htm). Information about scheduling Special Collections class visits can be found athttp://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/specialcollections/Scheduling.htm.

This project was made possible by support from Colorado Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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