Archives and Institutional Assets
It has been said that digital information lasts forever, or for five years, whichever comes first. Through its Archives and Institutional Assets Program, the UC Davis Library works ...
Technology is rapidly changing the way students and faculty access and interact with information: how we gather and analyze data, how we communicate and understand research, and how we make connections between disparate yet related fields of study.
The UC Davis Library is creating innovative digital and data projects and programs to help UC Davis students and researchers with their academic pursuits and support UC Davis’ position as a global leader in academic research.
We envision an era where researchers access library data directly from the lab, farm or field to inform their work in real time.
We will develop interactive and easily searchable databases that make our unique, historic collections accessible to researchers and the public.
And we will consult with faculty and researchers to help them implement best practices in managing, storing and sharing their data in ways that enable collaboration and accelerate new discoveries across disciplines.
Learn more about the library staff leading these projects.
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