Most materials in this collection are digital (either born digital or digitized), and nearly all are publicly available on the web. In some cases, at the request of External Affairs, recent issues of publications may be temporarily embargoed to direct users to a live web version of the issue.
Physical access may be available for some publications. Physical materials may be browsed by appointment in the Reading Room of the University Archives and McHugh Special Collections. Please contact University Archives staff for details.
Materials in this collection generally fall under the copyright of the University of Scranton. These materials are publicly available for personal, educational use. Please contact the University Archives staff for permission for other uses.
[Article Title], [Publication Title], [Volume or Date of Issue], The University of Scranton Archives. [Reference URL for digital items]
Digital materials are arranged by publication and described at the issue level.
Publications in the collection include:
Born digital publications are harvested from University of Scranton websites on a semesterly basis. Some publications are downloaded from campus-wide emails, while others are contributed to the University Archives directly by the office of origin or from the University Publications Office, part of the Division of External Affairs.
Contributions from University departments may be solicited to address gaps in the publication record. Please contact email@example.com if you have an issue that we are missing.
Print issues were digitized in-house using an Epson Expression 10000 XL flatbed scanner. Digital images were captured in TIFF format, at 300 dpi, 24-bit color. Derivative PDFs were prepared for publication and access. Searchable text was generated via automated optical character recognition (OCR).
Metadata from this collection is exposed via Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH). Known, active harvests include: