Loyola Archives & Special Collections Digitization Priorities Project

The Loyola Archives & Special Collections is soliciting recommendations on what materials from our collections would be most useful if available digitally. The goal of this project is to create a priority list for digitization of primary sources to be used by Loyola students and faculty, and other researchers, for research and projects. Archives & Special Collections staff will use this list to plan digitization efforts. We are asking Loyola faculty and students to spend 30 minutes (or more) looking at archival collection finding aids and catalog records for rare books and then suggest what they think should be digitized.

To suggest items to be digitized, especially for Fall teaching, please fill out this form.

Finding aids for the collections held in the Loyola Archives can be found at  https://www.luc.edu/archives/ under the Collections tab.

The catalog records for the rare books can be found here. Just select Archives and Special Collections in the Advanced Search to see our holdings.

To see the materials that have already been digitized please go to https://luc.access.preservica.com/

If you have any questions, please contact the Loyola Archives here.

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