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Library Digital Programs

last modified 2013-08-16

Welcome to the Library Digital Programs site.

Library Digital Programs (LDP), located within the Sheridan Libraries of the Johns Hopkins University, focuses on digital collections, services, and infrastructure to support the research, learning, scholarly communication and preservation needs of the University. The LDP comprises the research and development unit, the Digital Research and Curation Center, digital library services, and digital library collections.

The LDP collaborates closely with faculty, library staff, academic departments within the University, and IT@Johns Hopkins.

This site provides information on the status of LDP projects, including links to project sites and the opportunity for users to ask questions and submit comments to project teams.

The LDP prioritizes its activities based on the prioritization criteria developed by the Sheridan Libraries.

The Sheridan Libraries encompass the Milton S. Eisenhower Library and its collections at the Albert D. Hutzler Reading Room in Gilman Hall, the John Work Garrett Library at Evergreen House and the George Peabody Library at Mt. Vernon Place. In 1998 these libraries were re-dedicated as "The Sheridan Libraries" to reflect the extraordinary generosity of Mr. and Mrs. R. Champlin Sheridan. Together these collections provide the major research library resources for the university.
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