The mission of the Loyola Marymount University Digital Library Program (DLP) is to create an enhanced learning and research environment for all within the Loyola Marymount University (LMU) community by creating persistent digital objects that are of high quality and meet currently accepted technological standards. The Digital Library Program supports the university’s mission by fostering access to research and knowledge materials. The DLP comprises of Loyola Marymount University Digital Collections and Digital Commons at Loyola Marymount University and Loyola Law School Scholarship Repository.
Digital Commons is an initiative of the William H. Hannon Library and the William M. Rains Library. The repository serves faculty and institutional interests by collecting, organizing, preserving, and disseminating faculty scholarship and creative works in a digital, open-access environment. This initiative is consistent with the library's archival role and responsibility in preserving publications and other artifacts documenting the university's history and the activities of its faculty, students, staff, and administrators. Visit the Digital Commons FAQ for more information.
The Digital Collections currently feature unique materials digitized from the William H. Hannon Library’s Department of Archives & Special Collections. The digital resources represent historically significant documents, photographs, correspondence, manuscripts, scrapbooks, slides, maps, and diaries. They cover a variety of subject areas including the history of Southern California, Catholicism in Los Angeles, and Loyola Marymount University; postcards from around the world; medieval manuscripts and so on. DLP follows Digitization Guidelines, Best Practices for Descriptive Metadata and File Naming Convention that have been created in house following current professional standards and to ensure consistency in the creation of digital objects and metadata. Please refer to the Copyright and Reproduction Policy in order to request reproductions of digital images.
Shilpa Rele Digital Program Librarian(310) firstname.lastname@example.org
To request more information about our collections, please contact Digital Collections and Digital Commons.
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