The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) is a cooperative digital library for resources from and about the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean. dLOC provides access to digitized versions of Caribbean cultural, historical and research materials currently held in archives, libraries, and private collections.
Read the dLOC Fact Sheet (and more about dLOC), see the dLOC partners, read about dLOC's Protecting Haitian Patrimony Initiative, or Register for a free mydLOC user account. Please contact us with any questions.
dLOC is developing a collaborative funding model. Support dLOC financially by becoming an institutional member or a personal member.
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dLOC and the Green Family Foundation announce new exhibit: “Haiti: An Island Luminous”
An Island Luminous pairs rare books, manuscripts, newspapers, and photos digitized by libraries and archives in Haiti and the United States with commentary by more than 100 experts at 75 universities around the world.
The fourth dLOC newsletter is now online!
In this edition you can learn about the latest dLOC milestones, new collaborations for outreach, content and sustainability, the latest dLOC partner training and summaries of content available in dLOC.
2012-2013 Financially Supporting dLOC Members
Thank you to the following institutions who have already joined to support dLOC with membership for this year. dLOC relies on the institutional support of its partners and the financial support of institutional and personal members to continue to sustain and grow this important resource.
Executive dLOC Members: Florida International University Libraries, Florida State University, University of Central Florida, University of Florida Libraries
Sustaining dLOC Member: Florida International University Latin American and Caribbean Center, University of Virgin Islands, University of the Netherlands Antilles
Supporting dLOC Members: Belize National Library of Heritage Service, Duke University, New York University
Contributing dLOC Members: Brown University John Hay Library, CARICOM, National Archives of Haiti