Mini-DIGIE 2020 Schedule:
January El Paso Public Library - Main Branch (District 8)
February - March Judge Marquez Library Branch (District 7)
April - May Irving Schwartz Library Branch (District 6)
May - June Esperanza Acosta Library Branch (District 5)
June - July Richard Burges Library Branch (District 4)
August - October Clardy Fox Library Branch (District 3)
October - December Dorris Van Doren Library Branch (District 1)
What is DIGIE?
DIGIE stands for Digital Information Gateway in El Paso.
DIGIE is the family friendly name chosen for the 2012 Quality of Life Bond project once referred to as the Digital Wall. It is a vast collection of images and videos (more than 12,000 to-date) exploring El Paso’s past and present including an interactive 3-D CityScape. Digie is presented on five 95” touch-sensitive monitors that interpret our region through time,neighborhoods and themes. It is located at the entrance way to the El Paso Museum of History.
Mini DIGIE is a portable version of DIGIE. It is nearly 7’ long, 6.5’ high and 2.5’ deep. Our goal, as Mini-DIGIE travels around the City of El Paso, is that neighborhoods take the opportunity to upload their family histories into the museum's database so that others around the world will experience El Paso's past and present.
Would you like to host Mini DIGIE?
Please complete this Mini DIGIE Usage Proposal and return to GardeaSR@elpasotexas.gov or call (915) 212-3165
Project Title: Translation of Digital Records
Funding Purpose-Project Description
To-date more than 12,000 images have been uploaded to DIGIE's database. Approximately 75% of the image titles, locations, and descriptions are in English or have already been translated. With generous contributions from Wells Fargo and WestStar Bank, the museum will begin to translate the English into Spanish.