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Digital Support Services
DSS develops, manages, and publishes digital content from curatorial collections, in support of academic programs, organizes conversion and ingest capabilities, facilitates awareness and coordinates instruction in scholarly use and development of digital
In addition to supporting existing collections and materials in UFDC, DSS is also a digitization facility. It is the primary contributor to all of the collections in and hosted by UFDC, adding more unique materials regularly. The Digital Services Department also supports collaborative and innovative projects.
SobekCM provides the core infrastructure powering the collections. SobekCM is the internally designed, hosted, and supported technology that powers all aspects of the digital collections, including content management and collection management.
The Digital Support Services department is among the largest digitization facilities in the southeastern United States. The department is the hosting and technical partner for the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) and the Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library, two collaborative digital libraries partnering Florida and Caribbean cultural and scientific institutions. Past projects have been funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities; Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; Department of Education; National Historical Publications and Records Commission; the Institute for Museum and Library Services; Florida’s LSTA program; and private endowments.