Monday, November 24, 2008

Free Digital Resources has put together a page of 100 University Libraries from around the world, that provide extensive digital collections "that anyone can access".

Libraries listed include Michigan State University Libraries, with digital collections on radicalism (American Indian Movement, Black Panthers, I W W, Wounded Knee, and the Sacco & Vanzetti case); Comic Art, Cookbooks, Orchids, etc.; Syracuse University Library where the digitised collections include their extensive holdings of Medieval Manuscripts; Cambridge University Library, which has digitised two of the Conrad Martens Sketchbooks (Martens accompanied Darwin on the voyage of the Beagle) and an anglo-saxon "verse life" Edward the Confessor from an early 13th century manuscript.

View the complete list of 100 Libraries: