Screen shot from ePADD interface

With the growing proliferation of born-digital collections, there will be ever-greater need for projects that ensure these research collections are not only discoverable and visually accessible, but appropriately intelligible and usable. Pictured here is the NHPRC-funded tool, ePADD, developed at Stanford University Special Collections & University Archives. Tools like ePADD will open new possibilities for collaboration across a variety of professional groups in the creation of born-digital editions. (Visit the EPADD site at https://library.stanford.edu/projects/epadd.)

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