DXLS software is being used to serve collections across a variety of institutions. Some of those collections are highlighted below.
Making of America - University of Michigan
Making of America (MOA) is a digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction. The collection is particularly strong in the subject areas of education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion, and science and technology. The collection currently contains approximately 8,500 books and 50,000 journal articles with 19th century imprints. The project represents a major collaborative endeavor in preservation and electronic access to historical texts.Making of America home
Southeast Asia Visions - Cornell University
A collection of European travel accounts of pre-modern Southeast Asia from Cornell University Library’s John M. Echols Collection. The site provides online access to more than 350 books and journal articles written in English and French. The works in the collection were selected for the quality of their first-hand observations and, together, provide a comprehensive representation of Southeast Asia. Along with their narratives, these accounts include some 10,000 images, drawings, photographs, prints and maps, many of them in color. The objectives of this project are both to meet the curricular needs of courses taught at Cornell University and to make these texts and images accessible via the Internet to students and scholars worldwide. It presents scholars an excellent opportunity to look anew at pre-modern Southeast Asia.Southeast Asia Visions Home
Wright American Fiction - Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) and Indiana University
Wright American Fiction 1851-1875 will consist, when completed, of almost 3,000 of American novels. In addition to works by Harriet Beecher Stowe, Mark Twain, Bret Harte, Nathaniel Hawthorne, William Dean Howells, and Herman Melville, there are many works by lesser known or forgotten authors. Based upon the bibliography by Lyle Wright (American Fiction, 1851-1875. San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, 1965) this collection provides a comprehensive view of the fiction published during this momentous period in American history.Wright American Fiction home
The bible in Dutch culture - Amsterdam University Press, Nederlands Bijbelgenootschap and Digital Production Centre
Knowledge of the bible is a prerequisite to understand Dutch society. Amsterdam University Press has launched www.bijbelencultuur.nl (in Dutch), a resource for all those who want to know more about the bible and its influence on Dutch Culture.
Initially, four books are available: Genesis, Esther, Psalms and 1 Corinthians. The bible text is linked to information on the visual arts, architecture, music, literature, notes and comments. It is also possible to searching on themes such as 'man-woman' and 'feasts and rituals' throughout the bible. A questionnaire allows visitors to test their knowledge of the influence of the bible on Dutch culture and to compare this with national results. The site also includes a picture gallery of works of art and general information about the bible.The bible in Dutch culture home
OAIster - University of Michigan
OAIster currently provides access to over 11,000,000 records from over 300 contributors. OAIster is a union catalog of digital resources. We provide access to these digital resources by "harvesting" their descriptive metadata (records) using OAI-PMH (the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting).
OAIster can be searched by Title, Author/Creator, Subject, Language or Entire Record. Searches can also be limited by resource type (text, image, audio, video, dataset) and sorted by title, author, date and hit frequency. Results allow further limiting by data contributor (i.e., where the record was harvested from).OAIster home
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Find electronic theses and dissertations authored by University of Tennessee students since 1999. Each semester, a new batch of submissions is added to the collection.Electronic Theses and Dissertations Home
Historic Pittsburgh - University of Pittsburgh
The Historic Pittsburgh Image Collections site provides access to over 9,900 visual images from thirty-four collections held by the Archives Service Center at the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Museum of Art, Chatham College Archives, and the Library & Archives at the Heinz History Center.
The wide range of photographs offer a compelling and comprehensive look at how Pittsburghers lived and worked in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Selected from dozens of photographic collections, the images visually record the cultural, educational, and social development of the greater Pittsburgh region, as well as its urban structures, regional landscapes, and multifarious transportation methods. The images portray Pittsburgh's diverse workforce, industries, public schools, ethnic communities, and civic renaissance of the mid-1940s and 1950s.Historic Pittsburgh Home
University of Michigan Museum of Art - University of Michigan
The Museum of Art maintains a distinguished collection of over 13,000 paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, photographs, ceramics, and mixed-media works from around the world. From Italian Renaissance panel paintings and Han dynasty tomb figures to eighteenth-century textiles and contemporary photography, the Museum collection is notable for both its range and quality. The database contains images of over 10,000 of these objects.
Areas of particular strength include old master and contemporary works on paper (including a renowned collection of more than 150 prints and drawings by James McNeill Whistler), twentieth-century sculpture, Chinese ceramics and paintings, and the art of central Africa. The collection is a dynamic one, growing by an average of 100 works per year. Updates are made to the online collection as objects are photographed and digitized. Text references are also improved and updated periodically.
Users can conduct fulltext searches for image records and add individual image records to an individual "portfolio." Users may also view digital images in multiple resolutions, with optional zoom and pan capabilitiesMuseum of Art home
OhioLINK Digital Media Center
The Digital Media Center (DMC) hosts digital media – images, sounds, video, and more – of educational and research value. The DMC provides storage for digital media created by Ohio universities, libraries, and museums, as well as access by students, faculty, and staff of OhioLINK institutions and, when permissible, by the world.
Some collections require authentication.OhioLINK DMC home
Bentley Historical Library Finding Aids - University of Michigan
The University of Michigan EAD (Encoded Archival Description) Finding Aids site provides World Wide Web access to finding aids or descriptive inventories for archival records and manuscript collections at the Bentley Historical Library. Over 725 Bentley Library finding aids are now available on-line. More finding aids will be added periodically.Bentley Finding Aids Online
Online Inventarissen - Universiteit van Amsterdam Library
The 'Online Inventarissen' site offers world-wide access to finding aids for collections and archives administered by the Library of the Universiteit van Amsterdam. All finding aids contain a description of the collection. The collection Van Benthem & Jutting also includes a fully described contents list section.Online Inventarissen
DLXS has begun work on supporting cross-class searching. The most recent development takes input from a simple user interface, sends that input to each of several classes, and produces results from each of those classes. We intend to use this basic foundation work to explore what is needed (in the user interface) for searching, and for producing appropriately functional results for navigation.Go to the DLXS cross-class search
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