CTDA: The Connecticut Digital Archive
The CTDA is a program hosted by the University of Connecticut Libraries in collaboration with the Connecticut State Library that provides long-term preservation services for non-profit Connecticut based institutions. The CTDA is dedicated to the preservation of a wide-range of digital resources for educational and cultural institutions and state agencies in the State of Connecticut. Search our collections or or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our aim is support stewardship over the long term for valuable digital assets and keep the vision alive to put digital cultural heritage in Connecticut on a secure foundation well into the future.
CTDA is built on the open source Fedora Commons architecture and Islandora framework. Both provide a means of preserving digital information in a network environment.
Participating institutions come from all over Connecticut making this a truly state-wide initiative that involves not just cultural heritage institutions but also state agencies.