Indiana University Libraries Digital Projects & Services

This web site, which provides information about digital projects and services of the Indiana University Libraries and former IU Digital Library Program, is currently in transition. Over time, much of the content on this site will be migrated to the IU Bloomington Libraries web site.

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About Us: Overview of the Digital Library Program

The Indiana University Digital Library Program (DLP) is dedicated to the production, maintenance, delivery, and preservation of a wide range of high-quality networked information resources for scholars and students at Indiana University and elsewhere. The program supports efforts to provide open access to electronic information resources to the Indiana University community and beyond.

The DLP is a collaborative effort of the Indiana University Libraries, University Information Technology Services, and the university research faculty with leadership from the School of Library and Information Science and School of Informatics and Computing.

The DLP is committed to the:

  • Creation of open-access digital resources for research and instruction
  • Advancement of individual- or department-driven digital projects
  • Provision of services for digital library development to the Indiana University community and to institutions partnering with Indiana University on digital projects
  • Development and maintenance of digital library infrastructure — hardware, software and staff expertise