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Dartmouth Digital Library Program

The Dartmouth Digital Library Program supports excellence and innovation in education and research through the use of digital media. We digitize selected Library holdings and promote faculty publication of digital content. Our digital collections, exhibits, and publications are free and available to the public.

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Digital Collections

Our collections include selected holdings of the Dartmouth College Library and other digital materials. They are publicly available and currently range from medieval manuscripts to entire Arctic encyclopedias to electronic musical compositions.

Click through to explore correspondence of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry from the War of 1812, memoirs of Theodor Seuss Geisel, and more.

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Digital Publishing

The DDLP helps faculty to publish and support original scholarly content in a digital environment. Several innovative online journals have been created and edited at Dartmouth, and our first scholarly monograph, Dartmouth Emeritus Professor of Classics William Scott's The Artistry of the Homeric Simile, joined them in 2010.

Click through to browse the Journal of e-Media Studies and check out Linguistic Discovery. Also available are Scott's The Oral Nature of the Homeric Simile and the digital edition of Regiomontanus' Defensio Theonis.

Interested in working with the DDLP? Details about the Edward Connery Lathem '51 Digital Library Fellowship, a year-long, post-graduate position, are available here.

Last Updated: 12/1/16