California Digital Library
The California Digital Library (CDL) is the University of California's 11th University Library. The CDL was founded to assist the ten University of California libraries in sharing their resources and holdings more effectively, in part through negotiating and acquiring consortial licenses on behalf of the entire University of California libraries system. Its current mission is to support the assembly and creative use of the world's scholarship and knowledge for the University of California libraries and the communities they serve.
Among its programs and services are the Online Archive of California, Calisphere, Counting California, Melvyl (the union catalog of the UC libraries), and the eScholarship Publishing Program, which provides open access and alternative publication services to the University of California.
- Digital curation
- Digital library
- Digital preservation
- Library of Congress Digital Library project
- National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program
- Google Books Library Project
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