CJH Digital Collections launched

CJH Digital Collections was launched today, an online multimedia digital library from the five partners that make up the Center for Jewish History.

This is something of a milestone for me, since I’ve been working on it since I started with the Center for Jewish History almost two years ago; in addition to setting up and directing the Gruss Lipper Digital Lab, which generated most of the content within Digital Collections, I have also led the implementation of the digital repository and delivery system, based on Ex Libris’ DigiTool digital asset management system.

This kind of digital library is never “finished,” of course, but I’m pretty happy with what’s been achieved to date, and we’ll be continuing to add more content and improve the functionality and usability of the system. Check it out at digital.cjh.org.

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