The Duke University Chapel Recordings Digital Collection consists of audio and video recordings with associated printed material, produced at Duke Chapel in Durham, North Carolina, between 1946 and 2002. Drawn from the University Archives’ Duke Chapel Recordings (https://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/findingaids/uachapelsermaud/) and Duke Chapel Records (https://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/findingaids/uaduchapel/), the sermons are a significant homiletic and historical resource. The Lilly Endowment, Inc., has generously provided funds to digitize and describe these materials.
by Maggie Dickson 20 days ago
In 2016, after we launched the first iteration of the Duke Chapel Recordings Digital Collection in the Duke Digital Repository (DDR), we began a collaborative project between Digital Collections and Curation Services, University Archives, and the Duke Divinity School to enhance the metadata. The original metadata was fairly basic and allowed users to identify individual … Continue reading Metadata for Homiletics: Enhancing the Duke Chapel Recordings Digital Collection