|Person Describing Archive|
|Is this primarily a poetry audio site?|
|Sponsoring Person or Institution|
University of Saskatchewan Special Collection Library
|Site Last Updated|
|General Description of Archive|
University of Saskatchewan Special Collections has a Layton Collection which is being digitized and put online. Some audio recordings (4) have been included.
|Description of archive history or URL|
Special Collections has two accruals of Layton material, selections of which are digitized.
Special Collections Department
Content DM digital collections software is used. Browsing and searching capabilities are same as usual Content DM configuration. Search can be limited by keyword, and can limit to particular special collections. Once in a results screen, there are further ways to sort results, such as by format.
|Relation from the audio to the text|
Audio only. No accompanying transcript provided. Metadata indicates the contents of the recordings.
|Date/Time/Length/Context info about the audio items|
Duration of the recording, and information about its analog origins are included. Information about the context of the recording provided.
|Author bios and context within literary history|
Brief biographical information about Layton is given.
|Audio file type: streaming, download, file format, audio file compression quality (WAV, MP3, bitrate)|
|Multimedia integration (pictures, video, etc.)|
Banner photo of Layton for all pages of the site.
|Audio playback setup (opens in Flash player, on new blank screen, etc.)|
Audio MP3 file downloads and opens in the user's media player.
|Mobile access (i.e. accessible on smart phones, tablets, etc.)|
Possible to browse through Content DM's Browse function. Somewhat difficult navigation between the library's website and the Content DM interface.
|Discovery features (pre-made playlists; dynamic lists: lists of recent additions, featured items, related items, etc).|
|Interactivity and Web 2.0 features|
No, but You Tube videos featuring Layton are included in the "Additional Resources" section of the site.