Digital Library Systems and Services (DLSS)
Recognizing the ongoing need to position itself for the digital future, the Stanford University Libraries (SUL) created the Digital Library Systems and Services (DLSS) group in 2004. DLSS is the information technology production arm of the Stanford Libraries; it serves as the digitization, digital preservation and access systems provider for SUL; and it is the research and development unit for new technologies, standards and methodologies related to library systems.
Digital Library blog
- Hacking the David Rumsey Map Center (Part 1) | May 27, 2016
- SDR Deposit of the Week: Earthworks in action against cholera | May 26, 2016
- Reflections on the 2016 IIPC General Assembly and Web Archiving Conference | May 12, 2016
- SDR Deposit of the Week: Improving educational equity | May 2, 2016
- Open reel tapes, head blocks, and unconventional track arrangements at the Stanford Media Preservation Lab | April 29, 2016