June 18, 2018

Jay Moschella | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Digital Developers

“Technology hasn’t made special collections less relevant—it’s made them more relevant,” says Boston Public Library’s Jay Moschella. He should know. As lead curator of BPL’s Shakespeare Unauthorized exhibition, he guided a team that gave 65,000 visitors what he describes as “a front-row seat to the kinds of research and discoveries that are happening in modern rare books and special collections reading rooms right now.”

Shakespeare Celebration: A Town-Gown Collaboration | Peer to Peer Review

Kansas City Public Library, the lone site in the state of Missouri to host a copy of Shakespeare’s First Folio, worked with a local university on a for-credit course to prepare student docents.