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Updates from Digital Consulting & Production Services (DCAPS) – June 2017

June 2017

Cornell University Library, a pioneer in the creation and management of digital resources, has assembled a team of experts to support digital scholarship initiatives for Cornell’s faculty, staff and community partners. Specializing in high-end digitizationmetadata customization and creation, and online delivery, the DCAPS staff is recognized worldwide for creating innovative collections in support of instructional and research activities. Whether you are seeking to digitize content for a class, or looking to push the envelope on new modes of scholarly communication, DCAPS is here to help. Contact us at to learn more about our initiatives, services and projects.


Warm wishes and congratulations to the Class of 2017!

Applications for the Grants Program for Digital Collections in Arts & Sciences are currently being reviewed and budgeted out for this coming academic year. Thanks to all of those who submitted great proposals. We are scheduled to announce to awards in mid-June. The program welcomes large-scale projects that integrate new research methods, innovative data visualization, and tools that enable novel means of analysis and interpretation. This grant program is open to Cornell faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences, as well as to Cornell graduate students under specific requirements. Learn more about the Grants Program for Digital Collections in Arts and Sciences.

Featured Service

The Arts & Sciences Imaging for Teaching program offers free digitization of course materials originating in a variety of formats, including chapters of books, AV material, slides, photographs, etc. The program aims to support the teaching mission of the Arts & Sciences faculty. (Please inquire at Learn more about Arts & Sciences Imaging for Teaching.

Featured Collections

Indonesian Music Archive

The Indonesian Music Archive consists of approximately 193 hours of audio recordings made in Indonesia.


Adler Hip Hop Archive

Compiled by Bill Adler, a noted journalist and founding VP of Publicity at Def Jam Recordings, the Adler Hip Hop Archive contains thousands of newspaper and magazine articles, recording industry press releases and artist bios, correspondence, photographs, posters, flyers, advertising, and other documents.


Asia Art Archive

Cornell-only access to new content available through the Asia Art Archive.


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