Participants

The Connecticut Digital Archive (CTDA), the cultural heritage archive for Connecticut, is being collaboratively developed by the University of Connecticut Libraries and the Connecticut State Library. The CTDA platform is designed to enable libraries, museums, archives, and organizations to maintain their digital objects in a preservation-oriented repository.

Participants may also elect to have their own presentation layer hosted by the CTDA and run on the Islandora/Fedora application set. Other participants may choose to use the CTDA’s preservation services but will create their own presentation site.  Any content related to Connecticut history and culture will be indexed and presented through Connecticut History Online, the resource for digital Connecticut history. And soon CTDA content will be indexed by and made available through the Digital Public Library of America (http://dp.la).

Presentation channels hosted by the CTDA

The CTDA Collections
(in production)

University Archives and Special Collections, University of Connecticut
(in production)

Connecticut State Library
(in production)

Connecticut History Illustrated
(in production)

Trinity College Library
(in production)

Bibliomation
(in production)

Content Participants

  • American School for the Deaf
  • Avon Free Public Library
  • Barnum Museum
  • Bibliomation
  • Bridgeport History Center
  • Case Memorial Library
  • Connecticut Historical Society
  • Connecticut State Data Center
  • Connecticut State Library
  • Eastern Connecticut State University
  • Fairfield Museum and Historical Society
  • Florence Griswold Museum
  • Groton Public Library
  • Gunnery
  • Hartford History Center at the Hartford Public Library
  • Hartford Medical Society
  • Ivoryton Library Association
  • Lyman Allyn Art Museum
  • Mattatuck Museum
  • Mystic Arts Center
  • Mystic Seaport
  • New Britain Museum of American Art
  • New Haven Museum
  • Stonington Historical Society
  • Slater Memorial Museum
  • Trinity College Library
  • Wadsworth Atheneum
  • Wesleyan University
  • Western Connecticut State University

How to Participate in the CTDA

The Connecticut Digital Archive (CTDA) is collaborative archive and if you are a Connecticut-based cultural heritage library, museum, archive, or memory organization that is interested in preserving and providing public access to your digital cultural content, contact the CTDA for additional information on how to participate.