In August 2019, the Florida & Puerto Rico Digital Newspaper Project came to an end. During the last six years (Sept2013-Aug2019), we have digitized more than 500 microfilm reels with over 300,000 pages of newspapers equating to approximately 13 terabytes worth of data. All the digitized content comes from 43 newspaper titles published in FloridaContinue reading New Year, New Us!
UF Libraries receive NEH grant to digitize newspapers: Project will provide access to ethnic and Caribbean newspapers The George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to expand their newspaper digitization efforts and continue participating in the National Digital Newspaper Program. The funds providedContinue reading We’re moving on to Phase 4! UF Libraries receive NEH grant to digitize newspapers
We have some exciting news for fans of digitization, preservation, and history. The Florida and Puerto Rico Digital Newspaper Project has been awarded funding from the National Endowment of the Humanities for a third digitization cycle! We’ll let you know as soon as newspaper titles are selected, but for now you can read more inContinue reading Florida & Puerto Rico Digital Newspaper Project Awarded Phase 3 Funding