Yes, Penn State Libraries deliver projects to record and/or preserve intangible cultural heritage such as local folklore, traditions, language, and knowledge. It hosts Literary and Cultural Heritage Maps of Pennsylvania, a digital humanities project that is committed to represent all geographic locations and demographic groups that have contributed to Pennsylvania’s literary and cultural heritage. To address historical exclusions, the project prioritizes women, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, LGBTQ+ persons, people with disabilities, and other previously-marginalized and underrepresented groups in the expansion of our site. Penn State scholars are active participants in the Pennsylvania Digital Cultural Heritage Collaborative and present on the topics of Inclusive Archives and Digital Preservation. Other examples include library guides on Indigenous People of Pennsylvania and Folklore and Folklife Studies and the Pennsylvania Center for Folklore.