87,667 records from HRVH and other NY institutions now in DPLA!
Southeastern NY Library Resources Council (SENYLRC), Hudson River Valley Heritage (HRVH), and Empire State Digital Network (ESDN) are pleased to announce that digital materials from New York institutions are now available in the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA). All records contributed through the ESDN are online here: http://bit.ly/1zu0oX8
During the past year, SENYLRC and HRVH have been collaborating with ESDN to facilitate the sharing of digital collections from member institutions to DPLA. In April, ESDN contributed a first batch of 90,000 metadata records from New York cultural heritage institutions to DPLA. Included in this initial contribution are records from Hudson River Valley Heritage, New York Heritage, Long Island Memories, and the New York State Library. These New York collections join more than 10 million items already available through DPLA.
Among all the ESDN records, you can find materials from the following HRVH members:
- Bard College: http://bit.ly/1DDM02y
- Ellenville Public Library: http://bit.ly/1zCdJgb
- FDR Library & Museum: http://bit.ly/1IxKpwm
- Historic Huguenot Street: http://bit.ly/1cIdhI4
- Marlboro Free Library: http://bit.ly/1OyuVtA
- Newburgh Free Library: http://bit.ly/1JmwCZI
- Scarsdale Public Library: http://bit.ly/1bl3Az6
- SUNY New Paltz: http://bit.ly/1H8miHm
- Vassar Brothers Medical Center: http://bit.ly/1bkWtqh
- Wilderstein Historic Site: http://bit.ly/1QagvDK
For more information about how you can get involved, please contact Jen Palmentiero at email@example.com or (845) 883-9483 x116.
Empire State Digital Network (ESDN) is the New York service hub of the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA). The network is administered by the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO) in collaboration with eight allied regional library councils collectively working as NY 3Rs Association, Inc. Together, they provide the necessary personnel and technological infrastructure to contribute digital resources from hundreds of New York’s libraries, archives, museums, and cultural heritage institutions to the DPLA.
The Digital Public Library of America (http://dp.la) strives to contain the full breadth of human expression, from the written word, to works of art and culture, to records of America’s heritage, to the efforts and data of science. Since launching in April 2013, it has aggregated over 10 million items from libraries, archives and museums nationwide. The DPLA is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit.