The University of Alberta Libraries are committed to furthering knowledge through digitization, digital preservation and digital repositories for research and historical content.
ERA is a service to collect, widely distribute, and preserve the intellectual output of the University of Alberta.
An unparalleled collection of digitized materials reflecting western Canadian history and the culture of the Canadian prairies. Contains books, newspapers, images and more.
In queue for digitization, a collection comprised of the papers of Sam Steele (1848-1919), his wife, children, and fellow Mountie Roger Pocock (1865-1941).
We use Archive-IT to collect web content of importance to the UofA community that is at risk of being lost, deleted, or forgotten over time.
Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions (CIHM) collection is a growing collection of early Canadiana materials.
A photographic collection reflecting the Blackfeet Nation in and around Browning, Montana and the U.S. Glacier National Park during the early twentieth century.
Documenting the history of the Missionary Oblates over a period of 100 years and their impact through early exploration and settlement of Western Canada.
A digitized collection of historical materials celebrating the rich history of the University of Alberta.
Showcasing the work of the master bookbinder, Pierre Ouvrard.