The Dartmouth Digital Library Program (DLP) promotes innovative research and teaching through the strategic digitization of Library collections and the open access publication of digital scholarship. The DLP responds to increasing demands for global access to our collections, broader dissemination of the work of the Dartmouth community, and preservation of rare materials. Through the DLP, we proactively anticipate future directions and provide campus leadership in digital production and publishing. The DLP brings the expertise of our Library staff to bear on collaborative projects that promote digital work throughout Dartmouth. Through the combined expertise of the Library staff involved with the DLP, our work includes:
The results of all of our digital work, including collections, publications, and exhibits, are free and available to the public.
The expertise provided within the Digital Library Program includes digitization, metadata, preservation, conservation, rights management, and the development of technology solutions for presentation, access and long term management of the content.
Samples of current and ongoing work.
To learn more about nominating a project for digitization, click here.
If you are interested in having a book, journal or other scholarly work included in the Dartmouth College Library’s Digital Publishing Program, please contact Barbara DeFelice, the Program Director for Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing.
The Digital Projects and Infrastructure Group (DPIG) has the management, oversight, and responsibility for coordinating the Library's digitization projects, including digital publishing. The following documents, created in September 2011 at the formal inception of the program, describe the process of creating the Digital Library Program as well as outlining its policies, priorities, and structures. The report, appendices, and policies are also available here in PDF.
Last Updated: 12/15/16