Digital Collections

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DigiTool Service Pack install

Just a reminder, DigiTool Production will be unavailable Sunday morning 10/21 for installation of a Service Pack.

10/19/2012 - 1:24pm

Digital Collections

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Local Digital Collections

FCLA's Digital Library Services group (DLS) provides a number of systems and services in support of university-based digital collections.

PALMM (Publication of Archival, Library, and Museum Materials) is an umbrella program supporting the cooperative building of shared collections using common standards.
Staff page

The DigiTool digital library system is available to libraries to use to build their own collections or to contribute to PALMM collections. DLS provides DigiTool training on request, and DigiTool support through the Help Desk.
Staff page

Archives Florida
Archives Florida is a statewide shared database of EAD-encoded archival finding aids. Any Florida institution with archival holdings can participate.

Opening Archives
Opening Archives is the program that supports Archives Florida with tools and training. DLS supports Archon for creating EAD finding aids and DigiTool for displaying them.

The Electronic Theses & Dissertations (ETD) program provides storage, Web access and security controls for ETDs.

Scholarly Journals
DLS provides Florida OJ, an outlet for scholarly journals using the Open Journal System publishing platform. We can work with your faculty directly or through the library to publish and/or produce their open access journals.

Electronic Monograph Publishing
Through our service, DLS provides an outlet for electronic monograph hosting. We can work with your digital library staff and catalogers to serve PDFs of electronic monographs online.

PURL Server
FCLA PURL (Persistent URL) server for the use of the SUS libraries.

Usage Statistics and Reports for PALMM & other digital resources.

Commercial Digital Collections

For commercial and licensed resources please see
E-Resources & Databases