The VRA Bulletin is the journal of the Visual Resources Association, an international association of image media professionals. The mission of the VRA Bulletin is to serve the membership of the VRA by providing a professional forum for the discussion and dissemination of ideas and information directly related the field of visual resources. It is a journal of professional practice documenting the research, ideas, projects, activities, and history of the Visual Resources Association as well as the broader work of information professionals in image management. Articles authored by members of the Association and like-minded information professionals from outside VRA, cover a wide range of topics including: digital imaging and digital projects; cataloging and classification systems; historical collections and archives; data standards; education and professional development; intellectual property rights and copyright; library automation; collection development; digital curation and preservation; visual literacy and instruction; and, professional standards and ethics.
Current Issue: Volume 41, Issue 2 (2014)
Wired! @ 5 (Years): Visualizing the Past at Duke University
The Wired! Group, Duke University
Rethinking Visual Resources Centers in the Digital Age: Case Studies at the University of Georgia and the University of Michigan
Courtney L. Baron and Molly J. Schoen
Using the Getty Vocabularies as Linked Open Data in a Cataloging Tool for an Academic Teaching Collection: Case Study at the University of Denver
Heather Seneff, Shea-Tinn Yeh, and Fernando Reyes
The Baby and the Bath Water: Reassessing Analog Slides
Karen L. Kessel M.A.