Retirement of Pocketknowledge

Retirement of Pocketknowledge

Important Annoucement

Dear TC Community,

Pocketknowledge, the digital repository of Teachers College, Columbia University, is being migrated to the Gottesman Libraries' services platform.

Users will now be able to search for historical materials via EDUCAT+, the definitive record of library holdings at Teachers College. EDUCAT+ provides a universal viewer that displays captions, with options to zoom in on high resolution images in different formats, enhancing accessibility and allowing for high-speed downloads.

Users can explore examples of Teachers College Digital Collections already online, including Education Manuscripts, the  Ukrainian Children’s Art Collection, the Ukrainian Education Photograph Collection, a portion of the James Earl Russell Papers, and much more. Additionally, we invite users to weigh in on our new repository by joining focus groups being held over Zoom in May and June.

Since we will be migrating select collections over time, we strongly encourage users who have uploaded their specially authored materials to  PocketKnowledge to find and download them before August 31st, 2023.

Access Pocketknowledge.

Sign Up for a Focus Group.

Read more about the migration project here, and contact us if you have any questions or would like further information.

The project team comprises: Conrad Lochner, Special and Digital Collections Librarian; Jon Macmillan, Director, IT Project Management Office; Kalli Mathios, Head of Technical Services and Metadata Librarian, and Jennifer Govan, Library Director and Senior Librarian, with assistance from Iraida Torres, Head of Operations (Library); and Tim Conley, Web Services and Systems Librarian.


The Gottesman Libraries
TC IT Project Management Team


Image: Teachers College Library Bookplate, circa 1920, Courtesy of Teachers College, Columbia University


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