The CARP Digital Repository is the digital and internet version of the physical objects stored in boxes in the Special Collections area of the Ned R. McWherter Library, in the University of Memphis (Memphis, TN., USA). The public site allows users to gain an overview of the contents of the repository. The digital repository also make it possible to share the specific documents and papers from the repository with scholars who have approved access to those documents. The project looks to digitize and publish into the Web the most important documents that have not been previously published. The CARP Digital Repository is designed with non-IT specialists in mind, allowing researchers to focus on content and interpretation rather than programming.
The Digital Repository Project is directed by Dr. Thomas Nenon, CARP President, with the expert assistance of Juan Carlos Rincon.
Visit the CARP Digital Repository here: http://carpdigitalrepository.com/
For more information about CARP’s physical Repository at the University of Memphis, visit our Archival Repository page.