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Digital Curation Services

Digital Curation Services (DCS) is responsible for the creation and preservation of the University Library’s rare and unique digital holdings. Collaborating closely with partners and patrons throughout the University, DCS provides workflows, resources, and expertise to facilitate long-term access and sustainability of digital content. We handle requests for digitization and online access of University Library materials to support the educational and research mission of the University. We also consult with users who want to understand digital preservation and the steps for both the successful creation and stewardship of digital materials.

UVa Library Internship 2015

The University of Virginia Library is excited to offer a paid eight-week summer internship to provide a graduate student with practical experience in special collections and digital library initiatives and infrastructure. Applications are due April 1st. More information and application instructions are available here: UVa Library Internship 2015

Help Describe Our Collections

Can you identify people, places, or events for images in our digital collections?
Please submit your suggestion here: Metadata Corrections