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About Digital Horizons

Digital Horizons was established in 2007 by a consortium including: Concordia College Archives, Moorhead, Minn.; NDSU Institute for Regional Studies & University Archives, Fargo, N.D.; Prairie Public Broadcasting, Fargo, N.D.; and State Historical Society of North Dakota, Bismarck, N.D.

Purpose Statement:  Digital Horizons provides, maintains, and preserves a wide range of historical and significant content related to North Dakota and Minnesota. This project creates teaching, learning, and researching opportunities for life-long learning.

Vision Statement:  Digital Horizons is dedicated to creating a digital collection of the region's unique and historical resources. It supports education, scholarship, and enrichment through Internet access to these collections.

Harnessing technology and innovation, Digital Horizons is committed to:

GOALS OF DIGITAL HORIZONS

AUDIENCES

Digital Horizons serves several audiences:

MEMBERSHIP

The membership of Digital Horizons consists of a three-tiered scale based upon level of participation: partners, associates, and clients. For more information regarding becoming a member contact us at digitalhorizons@prairiepublic.org.

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