Digital Virginias is a shared service hub for the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) created collaboratively by six institutions from the states of Virginia and West Virginia: University of Virginia, George Mason University, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia Tech, William & Mary, and West Virginia University. The University of Virginia is the primary conduit to the DPLA and acts as the hub administrator.
Since the hub was created in 2017, our list of partner and contributing institutions has grown. Our strategy team comprises librarians and archivists. We hope to add even more contributors and materials. Want to know how to get involved? Get in touch!
Our collections in DPLA
Interested in joining DPLA?
Share your content through Digital Virginias! We ask partnering institutions to verify their content falls within our collection guidelines and meets metadata standards before it’s aggregated to DPLA. Get started today.