Connecticut Digital Archive
As part of the Digital Preservation Repository Program at the University of Connecticut, the Connecticut Digital Archive preserves and provides access to digital collections of cultural heritage materials from around the state. Working in collaboration with educational and cultural institutions and state agencies, and in partnership with the Digital Public Library of America, the CTDA provides infrastructure and a collaborative community dedicated to the maintenance, delivery, and preservation of digital resources.


Veterans History Project
The Central Connecticut State University Veterans History Project collects oral histories from Connecticut veterans. As an archive partner with the Library of Congress, the VHP preserves interviews with veterans as well as digitized photographs and documents related to veterans’ service. The CCSU VHP is the largest Veterans History Project at any university, containing over 800 interviews with veterans who served in World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan.

Descriptions of past projects from the University of Michigan can be found here.