AMICAL - Members’ digital collections - AMICAL Consortium. In the context of our digital initiatives we maintain this list of our members’ publicly-accessible digital collections.
We’re especially interested in digital collections supporting teaching, as well as collections of student, faculty or staff scholarship. Contact us, if you’d like to add a collection or suggest changes to the information here. Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane AUI ThesesStudent theses are accessible through the OPAC. American College of Thessaloniki Anatolia College - Digital Archives and Special Collections American University in Cairo American University in Kosovo Student ScholarshipETDs, Students’ Capstone Projects, Honors’ Society Projects, Masters’ Dissertations, etc.
American University of Armenia AUA Digital RepositoryFaculty, Staff, and Student Scholarship (not public) American University of Beirut American University of Central Asia Research at AUCA American University of Iraq in Sulaimani Plants of SuliDigital guide to the flora of Sulaimani American University of Kuwait. Alexandria Digital Library Project. Bodleian and Vatican libraries to digitise ancient texts - Bodleian Libraries.
The Bodleian Libraries of the University of Oxford and the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana (BAV) are announcing a new collaborative digitization project with the aim of opening up repositories of ancient texts and 1.5 million pages from their remarkable collections freely available online to researchers and the general public worldwide.
The initiative has been made possible by a £2 million award from the Polonsky Foundation. Dr Leonard Polonsky whose passion, interest and commitment is to democratize access to information, sees increasing digital access to these two library collections, among the greatest in the world, as a significant step in sharing the wealth of resources on a global scale. Dr Polonsky, said: ‘21st-century technology provides the opportunity for collaborations between cultural institutions in the way they manage, disseminate and make available for research the information, knowledge and expertise they hold. 1. Early printed books (incunabula) 2. Home - Digitised images from the Bodleian Libraries Special Collections. Aga Khan Museum Manuscript's Digital Library.
Collections - Aga Khan Museum. THE WARBURG INSTITUTE: Digital Collections. Our purpose in compiling these digital collections is to make out-of-print source material on Medieval and Renaissance studies freely available online through the Warburg Library catalogue and classification system.
Books are either scanned by us or downloaded as pdf files from public domain repositories and made available through the Library catalogue. The links above and below point to a list of the books freely available in electronic format. The record of each book contains a link to its pdf file. Downloading may take from a few seconds up to a few minutes depending on the size of the file as well as the age and connection speed of your computer (follow this link to download the pdf reader). The books digitised by the Warburg Institute are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License meaning that this material is available freely for non-commercial use. Digital Scriptorium: Columbia University. Collections - Duke University Libraries Digital Collections. Resources - Special Collections & Archives - University of Idaho Library.
CERN Document Server. Max Planck Society - eDoc Server. OPUS: Home.