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Digital Collections at the UC San Diego Library: About

A guide to digital collections created by the Digital Library Development Program (DLDP) at the UC San Diego Library.

Getting Oriented

The UC San Diego Library Digital Collections website is a public search and discovery interface that features over 100,000 digital objects, including documents, photographs, audio, video, and data sets, which reflect a range of materials collected, managed, and preserved by the Library to support teaching, learning and research. Content has been drawn from across the Library's collections with strengths in the areas of Baja California, Melanesia, Oceanography, and UC San Diego history. The Digital Collections website represents only a fraction of the materials available in the UC San Diego Library. New content is added regularly.

Screenshot of Digital Collections Homepage

 

The Digital Collections website gathers two broad categories of content managed by the UC San Diego Library:

 

 

Digital Collections Website

Screenshot of Digital Collections Homepage