Wisconsin Digital Collections

Since its creation in 2001, the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections now contain over one million images. These collections are designed to be a resource for the teaching and research needs of the entire University of Wisconsin System and offer access to rare or fragile items of broad research value. Resources within the collections are free and publicly available online. The collections span a range of subjects including art, ecology, literature, history, music, natural resources, science, social sciences, the State of Wisconsin, and the University of Wisconsin. Digital resources include text-based materials such as books, journal series, and manuscript collections; photographic images; slides; maps; prints; posters; audio; and video. For a full list of these collections, visit the website at http://uwdc.library.wisc.edu/Collections.shtml In addition, the Wisconsin Historical Society also shares its scholarly collections with the world via digitization. More than 100,000 pages from the Society's books, manuscripts, newspapers, photographs, and other primary sources are available online. You can browse this website at: http://http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/libraryarchives/collections/digital.asp

Submitted by Cheryl O'Connor on October 19, 2006

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