Who can join CTDA?
A: Any memory institution located in the state of Connecticut is eligible to join the CTDA Community.
What is a memory institution?
A: An institution that has a mission to preserve and make available historically valuable resources and records. This includes academic, public, and private libraries; galleries, museums, archives and historical societies; to name a few. In short, almost anyone with a mandate to preserve and make available history and culture.
How much does it cost to join CTDA?
A: There are two ways to join: CTDA and CTDA Pro. CTDA is free to join, while CTDA Pro has a yearly fee. To find out more about the two options visit our Membership Models page.
What else does CTDA provide?
A: We provide persistent storage, including appropriate back-up, recovery procedures, audit tracking, replication and format migration when applicable to all community members.
What else comes with membership?
A: A browser-based management system (no software to load); an access portal at ctdigitalarchive.org that retains your organizations branding for your content; participation in the Digital Public Library of America, and more. See our Membership Models page for more information.
How can I set up a demo of the repository?
A: Email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a demo.