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CONTENTdm - January's Featured Collections

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Each month, three collections from the CONTENTdm Collection of Collections are featured on the CONTENTdm Web site. The featured collections for January are the University of Utah Institutional Repository, TIDES, and Francisco Goya Prints.

Included in the collection information below is a link to each organization’s record in the OCLC WorldCat Registry. OCLC’s WorldCat Registry allows libraries worldwide to manage and organize their data for vendors and third parties by creating and maintaining a comprehensive institutional profile in a single, Web-accessible location.

University of Utah Institutional Repository
University of Utah
The Institutional Repository at the University of Utah brings together scholarly materials and institutional archive materials. A collaborative project between the libraries at the University of Utah and the University community, the Institutional Repository provides access to the intellectual capital of the University and makes these scholarly materials freely available on the Internet.

TIDES
Stephen F. Austin State University
The TIDES program is an online effort to provide access to primary resources in East Texas educational institutions, libraries, archives, museums and other cultural institutions. Partner institutions now include Mexican schools, museums and wildlife centers. It began in 2002 through a Texas Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund grant and continues to expand through an Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) grant awarded in 2005.

Francisco Goya Prints
Claremont Colleges
Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828) was one of history's most masterful printmakers and social satirists. Pomona College Museum of Art is proud to own first editions sets of all four of his etching series, a total of 211 prints. This collection includes digital representations of all of them.

These are just a few of the many outstanding digital collections created by CONTENTdm users.

If you would like to add your collections to the Collection of Collections, log in to the CONTENTdm User Support Center and follow the instructions. Be sure to submit metadata for all required fields including the Entered by field.

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