Between tweeting, pinning, posting, sharing, liking, and uploading, the Ohio University Libraries has earned a distinction that no other college or university has until this […]
Her diary, like many other pieces in the Libraries’ archives and special collections, is fragile.
Alden Library’s Curator of Manuscripts Doug McCabe recently spoke with Digital Initiatives Coordinator Janet Carleton about the life of Ohio University’s first alumna Margaret Boyd […]
PACE student David Creighton on Tweeting as Maggie Boyd and her life as a new teacher
An explanation for that very serious look OHIO’s first alumna wears in her photos.
“I’d Pin that,” is a phrase being uttered all around the nation as the new social media platform, Pinterest, gains addicts everywhere. “I’d pin that” […]
Guest post by Reference and Instruction Librarian Sherri Saines. Maggie is 28 in 1873, her graduation year. She was a young woman in the hoop […]
Ed note: This post concludes the series of blog posts by PACE students Karah Finan and Matt Wesley about Margaret Boyd, Ohio University’s first alumna. We […]
With graduation ceremonies just a short week away, many students are preparing for the next phase of their life with a mixture of excitement and […]
Students at Ohio University today join many clubs and extra-curricular activities on campus, including academic clubs, interest groups and advocacy groups. In Maggie Boyd’s time […]