District Digital Now Discoverable in DPLA
Led by partners DC Public Library and Washington Research Library Consortium, the Washington, D.C. service hub District Digital brings over 50,000 new materials representing the history of our nation’s capital to DPLA.
Our membership governs DPLA network activities through the Network and Advisory Councils, working groups, and task forces. Learn more about these groups and, if you’re a member, get involved!
DPLA’s Membership Program is an opportunity to work together more effectively to achieve the common goal of bringing the riches of our nation’s cultural heritage organizations to a broad, engaged public. Discover the benefits of becoming a DPLA Member Hub.
Want to know about the nuts and the bolts? Explore useful resources on topics such as metadata, aggregation, standardized rights statements, and analytics designed for Hubs, contributing institutions, and interested professionals.
Content and Service Hubs
DPLA would not exist without the collaboration of our Content Hubs and Service Hubs, the organizations that aggregate metadata from their partners—libraries, museums, archives, and cultural heritage institutions from across the country—and contribute it to DPLA. Through the Hub Network, we’re realizing the vision of a national digital library and connecting our shared history with a diverse, engaged public. Join us!
Member NewsBrowse the archives
- June 18, 2018
Later this week, the Digital Public Library of America will be in New Orleans for the annual meeting of the American Library Association, where we will be talking about our…
- June 12, 2018
DPLA staff are headed to the Big Easy this week for the American Library Association Annual Conference and we look forward to connecting with the broad and diverse library community.…
- June 5, 2018
We are pleased to announce that over 46,000 materials from the Plains to Peaks Collective, which represents Colorado and Wyoming, are now discoverable in DPLA. Check out highlighted collections, which…