The Digital Public Library of America is a free, online library that provides access to millions of books, photographs, maps and audiovisual materials and more from libraries, museums and archives across the United States. The video below offers a brief introduction.
ARTstor's collaboration with DPLA includes images from six major American museums: the Dallas Museum of Art, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art (paintings from the Samuel H. Kress Collection), the Walters Art Museum, the Yale Center for British Art, and the Yale University Art Gallery.
Based at the University of Georgia, this DPLA hub collaborates with Georgia’s Libraries, archives, museums, and other institutions of education and culture to provide access to digitized books, manuscripts, photographs, government documents, newspapers, maps, audio, video, and other resources about the history and culture of the state.
This newly formed Network will provide the means for hundreds of libraries, archives, museums, and cultural organizations across the state to contribute digital resources to the Digital Public Library of America. The first phase will include New York Heritage, Hudson River Valley Heritage, digitalMETRO, Long Island Memories, and select pilot collections from our respective memberships.
Of HathiTrust’s nearly 11 million volumes, the metadata records associated with the almost 3.5 million that are freely available will be accessible through DPLA, and through the DPLA application programming interface (API).
A regional digital collaboration in Utah, Nevada, southern Idaho, and Arizona, the Mountain West Digital Library includes: research libraries, public libraries, school libraries, museums, historical societies, municipalities, counties, state agencies, and other memory institutions throughout the Mountain West region.