New Pitts Social Media Series: Digital Resources & Thurman Meditations

As Emory students and faculty transition to remote learning, Pitts introduces two new mini-series on social media to keep you updated on library resources.

First, every weekday Pitts will highlight a Daily Digital Resource to support online research for current Emory students, faculty, and staff! Follow the library on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to learn about new electronic acquisitions to the collection for current Emory students, faculty, and staff. You can also find these posts by searching for #dailydigitalresources

The second series comes from the Howard Thurman Digital Archive, which highlights materials in Pitts related to Thurman’s life, particularly audio recordings of Thurman’s sermons, speeches, lectures, and interviews. The audio available on this site has been transcribed so that listeners can follow along as Thurman speaks and jump ahead to specific sections of the audio.

During the present time of turmoil, Pitts Theology Library is providing a daily meditation by the late Howard Thurman, originally broadcast in the 1950s and 60s from the archive. Check in each day to see a new message from the past that resonates with our present.

Don’t miss these great opportunities to take advantage of library resources wherever you might be! 

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