- Digital Programs
For some 40 years Professor Gerald (Gerry) Berreman of UC Berkeley pursued a longitudinal study of social inequality (caste, gender, class) and environment in their historical context in a Garhwal
The Online Archive of California (OAC) provides free public access to detailed descriptions of primary resource collections maintained by more than 150 contributing institutions including libraries
The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life uses OCLC WorldCat, the world's largest network of library content and services, to maintain and share bibliographic information relating to i
One of the world's largest social networking websites, Facebook is a place where you can directly interact with us online.
The Magnes has been using the social bookmarking website, Delicious, not only to share a host of relevant web resources that our curatorial staff uses and deems relevant, but also as an archive of
Magnes now has a YouTube channel! In addition to the videos posted to Fora.tv, we also upload videos of our public programs and productions. Click here to view our video content.
The photo sharing website Flickr has proved to be a valuable resource for encouraging dialog and interaction with public photo collections.