Many collections and material from archives across the globe have been made available online through digital libraries and repositories:

  • Falvey Library's Database A to Z (contact Laurie Ortiz Rivera
    History, Art History, Education and Counseling Librarian for more information)
  • Distinctive Collections Digital Library is a digital library for Villanova's University Archives, Special Collections, and a host of external Digital Partners.
  • DPLA is a discovery tool to United States' archives, libraries, museums, and other cultural heritage institutions.
  • Calisphere is digital collections from California's libraries, archives, and museums.
  • Internet Archive is a non-profit digital library offering free universal access to books, movies & music, as well as 624 billion archived web pages.
  • Harvard Digital Collections provides free, public access to more than 6 million objects digitized from our collections - from ancient art to modern manuscripts and audio visual materials.

When using digitized content be mindful of how the institution would like the content cited and usage policies.