IU's Fedora digital repository houses thousands of digitized items including pages of text, photographs, puzzles, three-dimensional artifacts, prints, audio, and moving pictures. These items are made accessible either through silo-ed collection sites or as a certain type of digital object (like images or finding aids). But there is a larger corpus of the entire repository that should be shared for greater understanding, discoverability, and use. Exposing the metadata we have in our repository allows others to make use of it, offering different perspectives on our items and collections and combining our collections with other similar collections around the world. Join us for the latest on our work to reveal our digital collections as data feeds.