Two Million Pages!

Baldwin Book, SpineCarrots book spineBaldwin Book SpineCarrotsUF Digital Collections (UFDC) now provides free online access to more than two million pages converted from the Libraries’ paper collections, as well as from UF museums and other UF programs. UFDC hit the 1 million page mark in September 2007 and continues steady growth. It is now the largest university based digital library in the southeast and one of the largest in the country. UFDC ( can be text-searched or browsed online.
Titles available in UFDC are not commercially available and are often difficult to access or use in their original state.  Library archives and special collections, Florida Museum of Natural History Herbarium specimens, selected Samuel P. Harn Museum objects, and Samuel Proctor Oral History Program interviews can now be viewed online without restriction.  Microfilmed books and newspapers have been freed from the vertigo of microfilm.  Additionally, UFDC accepts contributions from partners throughout Florida, the Caribbean, and Central and South America, mitigating travel time and costs.
Digitization is funded by the state, federal and international granting agencies, through library, museum and faculty research, and from donations from the Gator Nation. See the collections online at and help them grow! For more information on supporting growth see