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Digital Libraries From Around The World

  • Africa Focus: Sights and Sounds of a Continent  
      
    3500 high quality images of people, places, and animals plus 50 hours of sounds from forty-five different countries in Africa.
  • American Civil War Collections  
      
    Primary documents include letters, diaries, and legal texts in the Electronic Text Center.
  • American Heritage Project from Berkeley Digital Library
    The Project is creating a shared database of EAD-encoded finding aids describing and providing access to collections documenting American history and culture.
  • American Memory  
      
    Free and open access to written and spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music that document the American experience.
  • Early Photography in Greece and the Mediterrean
    19th- and early 20th century photographs of ancient Greek and Roman art and architecture from the Getty Research Institute's collections.
  • British Library's Turning the Pages Online Gallery (virtual books)
    See the Lisbon Hebrew Bible (15th century), Baybar's Magnificent Qur'an with wonderful Arabic calligraphy, and the Bible from Ethiopia commissioned around 1700.
  • CalPhotos (California)  
      
    Browse a collection of 226, 436 photos of plants, animals, fossils, people, and landscapes from around the world. Some copyright restrictions.
  • Chicano Art - California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives  
      
    See thousands of digital cultural and visual art images from the Chicano/Latino community.
  • Digital Libraries - Oklahoma State University Library  
      
    Digitized Collections about Oklahoma Yesterday and Today, American Indian Law, and Oklahoma Science and Nature.
  • Digital Libraries - University of Oklahoma  
      
    Digital books and collections from the Library of the University of Oklahoma.
  • Digital Public Library of America
    The Digital Public Library of America brings together the riches of America’s libraries, archives, and museums, and makes them freely available to the world. It strives to contain the full breadth of human expression, from the written word, to works of art and culture, to records of America’s heritage, to the efforts and data of science. DPLA aims to expand this crucial realm of openly available materials, and make those riches more easily discovered and more widely usable and used, through its three main elements:
    1. A portal that delivers students, teachers, scholars, and the public to incredible resources, wherever they may be in America.
    2. Far more than a search engine, the portal provides innovative ways to search and scan through the united collection of millions of items, including by timeline, map, virtual bookshelf, format, subject, and partner.
    3. A platform that enables new and transformative uses of our digitized cultural heritage.
  • Digital Repository - Southwestern Oklahoma State University
    Western Oklahoma History of SWOSU and Weatherford. Includes Digitized Books Of Rare Titles, Including "A Physical Directory; or a Translation of the Dispensatory" (Pharmacology History) From 1651.
  • Global Gateway: World Cultures  
      
    See digital collections on the Atlantic World, Meeting of the Frontiers, and individual digital International collections such as Cuneiform Tablets, Islamic Manuscripts, Lewis Carroll Scrapbook, Nazi Manuscript Collection, and more.
  • Google Books
    Researching a topic? Search the latest index of the world's books. Find millions of great books you can preview or read for free.
  • HathiTrust's Digital Library
    HathiTrust is a partnership of academic & research institutions, offering a collection of millions of titles digitized from libraries around the world.
  • Historical Voices Galleries
    Fully searchable database of spoken word collections spanning the 20th century. Includes Earliest Voices iwth sound recordings from 1877-1927; Stud Terkel's Conversations with America, OYEZ Project (U.S. Supreme Court);History and Politics Out Loud; and the African Digital Library.
  • Internet Archive
    Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, and more.
  • National Science Digital Library  
      
    Nation's online library for education, and research in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics. Most content is free.
  • New York Public Library's Digital Library
    See and hear the digital collections from NYPL. Includes Treasures of New York, NYPL's Google Books, African American Women Writers of 19th Century and After Columbus.
  • Nuremberg Trial Project: A Digital Document Collection  
      
    Nearly 1 million pages of documents relating to the trial of military and political leaders of Nazi Germany before the International Military Tribunal and to the twelve trials of other accused war criminals before the United States Nuremberg Military Tribunals (NMT).
  • PAIR: Portal to Asian Internet Resources  
      
    Includes more than six thousand professionally selected, catalogued, and annotated online resources within 25 different subtopic areas including agriculture, economy, education, gender, history, human rights, law, news and media, popular culture, science, and transportation.
  • Philadelphia 1876 Centennial Exhibition Digital Collection  
      
    Web version of the 100th birthday party for the United States. See unique collection of silver albumen photographs of buildings, machinery, outdoor sculptures seen in Philadelphia in 1876.
  • Project Gutenberg
    Project Gutenberg has been transcribing public-domain texts and putting them online since 1971. Offers over 46,000 free ebooks: choose among free epub books, free kindle books, download them or read them online. We carry high quality ebooks: All our ebooks were previously published by bona fide publishers. We digitized and diligently proofread them with the help of thousands of volunteers. No fee or registration is required, but if you find Project Gutenberg useful, we kindly ask you to donate a small amount so we can buy and digitize more books.
  • Smithsonian Institution Libraries
    The Smithsonian Libraries' physical collections cover subjects ranging from Art to Zoology and everything in between - a diversity that reflects the research that goes on "behind the scenes" here at the Smithsonian in our Museums, Zoological Park and Research Centers. Scanning is ongoing, and new material is being added quarterly. All material available here, and through Biodiversity Heritage Library are in the Public Domain unless otherwise noted, and are therefore free to download, use, re-use, and re-mix without regard to copyright.
  • War Poster Collection - Digital Collections at University of Washington  
      
    A selection of World War I and II posters include propaganda on purchasing war bonds, the importance of national security, etc.

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Copyright Reminder

Many of these images and documents are property of the institutions that offer digital access to their collections. Do not copy items without permission from the institutions or noting the source.

If you have questions about the copyright status of a photo, ask your campus librarian.

 

Copyright Guidelines at SWCU

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SCU STATEMENT 

Duplication and use of Copyrighted Materials  Adopted (Fall, President's Council, 2009)  It is the intent of Southwestern Christian University to delineate, enforce and abide by the provisions of current United States copyright laws as they affect the life and activities of the institution, its employees, and its students.

Copyrighted materials, whether they are print or non-print, will not be duplicated or used unless such reproduction meets "fair use" standards or unless written permission from the copyright holder has been received.  Details about "fair use" (that copying and/or use which is allowed by federal law) will be made available to all instructors, students, or administrators as requested or needed.

A summary of these standards will be posted or otherwise made easily available at each duplicating machine used for making copies. A summary of these standards will be made available to all in the University Library. 

The administration of SCU does not sanction illegal duplication or use in any form. Employees and students who willfully disregard the district’s copyright position are in violation of SCU Policy; they do so at their own risk and assume all liability personally. 
For in-class tips:  "What CAN You Do?" chart from ACRL.

For posting on or near any duplicating euipment:

Notice: The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material; the person using this equipment is liable for any infringement.

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