Statistics are one way to look at the Connecticut Digital Archive and its programs, the collections and how they are used, and by whom. While statistics can tell us some things about us and our work, they do not tell the whole story. Memory institutions collect, preserve, and make available on a "just in case" model. That is, we preserve culturally significant material for posterity. These materials may not be used for years, or even decades, but their time will come and when it does, we will be ready to make them available in ways that meet the needs of the time. Our statistics are based on a white paper published by the Digital Library Federation. They include information on content use, audience, and navigation. Below are the statistics for our channels and a general picture of CTDA.