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Microsoft Word - dLOCPartnerInvitationwithApplicationJuly2012.doc July 23, 2012 Brooke Wooldridge Project Coordinator, Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) Florida International University Libraries GL 225A, University Park Miami, FL 33199 Tel: (305) 348-3008; Fax: (305) 348-6579 [email protected] Dear Prospective Partner, The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) is a cooperative digital library that houses resources from and about the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean. dLOC currently supports more than 30 project partners and silent agreements with other content providers to facilitate access to digitized versions of Caribbean cultural, historical and research materials currently held in archives, libraries, museums and private collections and provides access to scholars, students, and citizens around the world via the online digital library found at We also work with K-12 and university educational outreach to promote Caribbean Studies and new research initiatives. The amount of open access content available through dLOC surpasses many commercial Caribbean collections and includes newspapers, official documents, ecological and economic data, maps, histories, travel accounts, literature, poetry, musical expressions, and artifacts. dLOC now provides access to 1.7 million pages of content related to the Caribbean and has registered a cumulative total of 14 million page views. The Digital Library of the Caribbean is very interested in creating new partners to ensure access and preservation to Caribbean research materials. Using the existing dLOC infrastructure we can create an online, open access archive of your Caribbean related materials. Our goal is to ensure that these research materials are preserved and accessible to current researchers and those for generations to come. dLOC provides this service free of charge, and any content hosted in dLOC is also preserved by the Florida Digital Archive and migrated forward as tech

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