Millionth Item Digitised And Made Freely Available Via Bodleian Libraries Website

by | Aug 26, 2021 | 0 comments


The University of Oxford’s Bodleian Libraries has reached a significant milestone, with the millionth digitised version of an item held in its collections now having been uploaded for free public access anywhere in the world. 

Launched in 2015, the  Digital Bodleian website is a free resource providing unfettered access to a vast array of items housed in the institution’s wide-ranging collections. 

The digital archive of images has steadily grown throughout the six years since its launch, with an original notebook belonging to poet Jenny Joseph, a former student at St Hilda’s College, now having become the one millionth item digitised and made available for public access.

Read the full article from Museum + Heritage Advisor HERE.


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