The Indiana University Digital Library Program is dedicated to the production, maintenance, delivery, and preservation of a wide range of high-quality networked information resources for scholars and students in the Indiana University System. The program supports efforts to provide open access to electronic information resources to the Indiana University community and beyond. The Digital Library Program is a collaborative effort of the Indiana University Libraries, the Office of the Vice President for Information Technology and the university research faculty with leadership from the IU School of Informatics and the IU School of Library and Information Science. This collaboration capitalizes on the institutional capabilities of Indiana University, focusing resources on digital library services and projects that support the teaching and research of IU faculty, support the learning and research of IU students, and foster excellence in research associated with digital libraries, digital preservation, and networked discovery.
The goals of the IU Digital Library Program are to support and enable networked digital collection building, advanced digital scholarship, and digital preservation and curation for the Indiana University System. This program area combines deep human expertise in digital library systems, robust leveraged digital library infrastructure, and multi-disciplinary approaches to applied digital library and cyberinfrastructure knowledge management needs of the Indiana University community.