Digital Maine seeks to integrate unique and compelling digital content, including audio, video, and image data, with scholarly activities to articulate social, cultural, and environmental themes related to Maine history and society. It brings together artists and scholars who share an interest in doing Maine-based research and creative activity. Members of this Research Cluster work in the fields of Art, Computer Science, Economics, English, History, Geography, and Library Science. By bringing together university and industry experts to disseminate the project’s activity via digital tools, and by developing public interfaces to access and interact with its digital archives, Digital Maine supports and promotes the economic and cultural vitality of Maine.
Browse the Digital Maine Collections:
ENVISIONING CHANGE: Sea Level Rise in Casco Bay
Maine Chance Farm
Maine World War I Memorial Inventory
Stories of Maine's Paper Plantation