Naúl Ojeda papers, Smithsonian Institution

The Smithsonian Institution has a Volunteer Transcription project which asks “volunpeers” to help transcribe “field notes, diaries, ledgers, logbooks, currency proof sheets, photo albums, manuscripts, biodiversity specimens labels, and historic audio recordings” from the collections. New projects are added periodically, but at the moment there are two transcription projects that may be an exciting challenge for your Spanish language students . Each focus on Latin American woodcut artist Naúl Ojeda (1936-2016), one on correspondence (4 out of 5 in difficulty) and the other exhibition and gallery files (5 out of 5 difficulty). The Archives of American Art also has a selection of digitized Naúl Ojeda papers, circa 1960-2004, available here.