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Cohosts: Pennsylvania State University and the California Digital Library

Penn State's Digital Library Technologies (DLT),  a unit of Information Technology Services at Penn State, provides IT systems and services to support the teaching, research, and outreach mission of the Penn State University Libraries and the Institution.  A core goal of Digital Library Technologies is advancing a joint initiative with the Penn State University Libraries to build an institutional content stewardship program.  The program addresses extant and emerging digital content and asset management needs in areas such as digital library collections, scholarly communications, electronic records archiving, and e-science/e-research data management. Building on existing services and infrastructure, the program is developing an interoperable and extensible suite of discovery, preservation, curation, archival, and storage services.

The University of California Curation Center (UC3) at the California Digital Library (CDL) is a creative partnership bringing together the expertise and resources of the CDL, the ten University of California campuses, and the broader international curation community. We foster collaborative analysis, projects, and solutions to ensure the long-term viability and usability of curated digital content.

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