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UF has a very robust digital repository: UFDC. Within it, we have several subcollections, including the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dloc.com) which, like HathiTrust, consists of a consortium of repositories from the Caribbean and the US with Caribbean content. All of these resources are open access. This means that you do not have to be UF faculty or student to have access. You can access any of these materials any time anywhere in the world.
UF's George A. Smathers Libraries is coordinating partnerships with U.S. and Canadian institutions for digitization of maps, legal materials, and monographs, as well as journals and newspapers, in consultation and cooperation with the Biblioteca Nacional Jose Marti.
The Jewish Diaspora Collection (JDoC) is a collaborative and cooperative digital library designed to preserve and provide wide access to Jewish heritage materials from Florida, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Women in Development collects research on societal structures in Africa, the Caribbean, and Latin America. These materials reflect the impact of women in rural and urban settings. They discuss issues of education, economic growth and legal rights among other topics. Collected here is the research of scholars such as Elsa Chaney, Susan Poats, Helen Safa, Anita Spring, Marianne Schmink, and others who have pioneered research into women’s issues in developing countries. These resources serve not only as research archive, but also as a means for building infrastructure to better support women in developing societies.
The Archive of Haitian Religion and Culture: Collaborative Research and Scholarship on Haiti and the Haitian Diaspora will create a freely accessible multimedia digital library that uses audiovisual technologies to curate, elucidate and facilitate the advanced search of the rich primary materials of a central Haitian and Haitian-American spiritual tradition in order to promote discovery and educate a broad public.