The Office of Digital Strategies seeks to foster an inclusive digital services culture. We value collective efforts and operate efficiently to anticipate and meet the specific needs of Library users. We join with faculty, staff, and students to enhance the Library’s reputation for applied and innovative research relating to all areas of library and archives practice across formats, with a particular focus on digital collections, discovery and delivery, preservation services, access and accessibility, interoperability, systems integration, and user experience. We are firmly rooted in the Library’s physical and digital collections, the intersections between them, and the relationships, scholarship, and knowledge that people build using them.
Digital Strategies Units
Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Research Data Service
User Experience and Web Strategy
Email Archives: Building Capacity and Community
“Email Archives: Building Capacity and Community” is a four-year program seeking to build email archiving capacity in archives, libraries, and museums. The program will fund projects of $25,000 to no more than $100,000 dollars. The goal of this project is to build a broad community of institutions that can preserve email as part of their research collections. We invite you to be a part of this important initiative by submitting a proposal!