A central search portal for digital collections about the Mountain West region.
We provide free access to over 960,000 resources from universities, colleges, public libraries, museums, historical societies, and government agencies, counties, and municipalities in Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, and other parts of the U.S. West. To get more involved, see Member Resources.
MWDL as a DPLA Service Hub
In 2012 the Mountain West Digital Library was selected to be one of the first six service hubs for the Digital Public Library of America. DPLA was launched in 2013 as the national digital library in the United States, offering a single point of public access to millions of items from memory organizations around the country. Learn about the Mountain West Digital Library's role as a service hub for the Digital Public Library of America.
Mountain West Digital Library Events
Emily Boss and Nathan Gerth of University of Nevada, Reno share insights from their 2018 migration to Islandora
MWDL Hub Meeting
MWDL Member Repositories Meeting and MWDL Digitization Meeting
On large scale content migration from CDM to SolPhal.
MWDL Member Repositories Meeting and MWDL Digitization Committee Meeting
Free MWDL Webinar on Linked Data
Salt Lake Community College Audiovisual Archives
Published by Salt Lake Community College Libraries
The Audiovisual Archives provides access to digitized archival materials related to the history of the College from its inception in 1949 as well as newer digital-born audiovisual resources. Tune in here to view contemporary digital stories, graduation ceremonies, convocations, promotional materials, special guest speakers, and other intriguing audiovisual resources. You can also listen to advertisements, talk radio shows, graduation ceremonies, convocations, special guest speakers, and other intriguing audio recordings about social concerns.
Utah State Historical Society
This extensive set of unique collections from the Utah State Historical Society contains tens of thousands of photographs depicting important parts of Utah history. We are located in the 1910 Rio Grande Depot in Salt Lake City.