Tag Archives: Buddhist Digital Resource Center

A busy year for the Buddhist Digital Resource Center

(9 January 2018) In 2017 The Buddhist Digital Resource Center greatly increased the size of its archive, running two major digitization projects in Asia.  This has been a consistent trend for the past few years. Modern scanning technology makes image capture fast and cheap, meaning BDRC can digitally preserve Buddhist literature with unprecedented efficiency. The […]


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Annual appeal by the Buddhist Digital Resource Center

(16 November 2017) For nearly two decades, BDRC has sought out and preserved Buddhist literature in its digital library, making over 13.5 million pages of texts freely available online. Now, BDRC is taking the next step in its mission to greatly expand access to the treasures of Buddhist cultural heritage—and you can help! BDRC is […]


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The Buddhist Digital Resource Center is hiring

(29 September 2017) The Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center now called the Buddhist Digital Resource Center, has an expanded mission to preserve and make accessible texts beyond the Tibetan literary tradition. To fulfill this expanded mission, BDRC is recruiting an Archive Engineer and a Full Stack Developer. These technologists will improve the library’s digital infrastructure and […]


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