Chapel Hill, NC and Oslo, Norway – January 18, 2019. The North Carolina Digital Heritage Center, housed in the University Libraries at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has selected the TIND Digital Archive (TIND DA). NCDHC is migrating over 1 million images from CONTENTdm.
After years of investigation, NCDHC landed on the TIND Digital Archive for managing, publishing and preserving their cultural and historic materials. Made available at DigitalNC.org, their digital collections include rare and unique materials from over 230 cultural heritage institutions in North Carolina. It's an ever-growing collection, with 60-70 thousand scans added on a yearly basis.
"We're thrilled to be working with TIND to make North Carolina's cultural heritage more accessible."
Says Lisa Gregory, Program Coordinator at the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center.
"We're excited to welcome NCDHC to our growing community of former CONTENTdm users. We are humble that such a professional and large-scale digitization organization has opted for our services — it continues to prove that our state-of-the-art and highly scalable Digital Archive product is becoming increasingly attractive to academic libraries."
Says Alexander Nietzold, CEO at TIND.
TIND is an official CERN spin-off providing library management systems, digital preservation- and research data management solutions based on CERN open source software (Invenio). More info at www.tind.io
About the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center
The North Carolina Digital Heritage Center works with institutions throughout North Carolina to scan and describe their collections and make them available on DigitalNC.org. With over 230 partners, NCDHC supports community engagement and lifelong learning by promoting and increasing open access to North Carolina's cultural heritage.