Connecticut Digital Archive

CTDA: The Connecticut Digital Archive

The CTDA is a program hosted by the University of Connecticut Libraries in collaboration with the Connecticut State Library that provides long-term preservation services for non-profit Connecticut based institutions. The CTDA is dedicated to the preservation of a wide-range of digital resources for educational and cultural institutions and state agencies in the State of Connecticut. Search our collections or or contact us at

Locomotive 087, built March 1912

Our Cultural Heritage

Our aim is support stewardship over the long term for valuable digital assets and keep the vision alive to put digital cultural heritage in Connecticut on a secure foundation well into the future.

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Municipal Gas and Electric Plant, Norwich


CTDA is built on the open source Fedora Commons architecture and Islandora framework. Both provide a means of preserving digital information in a network environment.

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Bookkeeping and penmanship class


Participating institutions come from all over Connecticut making this a truly state-wide initiative that involves not just cultural heritage institutions but also state agencies.

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