Digitization Projects Registry

“The Digital Registry is a directory listing of U.S. Government publication digitization efforts. Its goal is to provide a comprehensive listing of all these digitization efforts.” Prior to the Internet, U.S. Government publications were distributed by hard copy via Federal depository libraries and for purchase through U.S. Government Bookstores. Today, information is made available online and efforts are underway to digitize earlier, printed publications. “Libraries, government agencies, or other non-profit institutions contribute their time and resources to obtain official tangible copies of these publications, digitize them, and make them publicly available online” [from About the Registry]. Online browsing is indexed by subject category or alphabetically by project title.