In our efforts to create a Colorado/Wyoming Service Hub of the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), the Digital Collections Planning Group has created a survey to gather information about the digital landscape in Colorado and Wyoming. We hope that the information gathered will guide decisions about our hub structure.
The DPLA brings together (aggregates) descriptive information about collection material from libraries, archives, and museums, and makes it freely available to the world. This national online portal shares and enhances access to institutions and their collections; making them more easily discovered and more widely usable and used. The DPLA Service Hubs are state, regional, or other collaborations that host and/or bring together digital objects from institutions within their respective communities.
We need your help in order to create a hub that best serves the diverse institutions in Colorado and Wyoming. Please help us by filling out the survey below.
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