Currently, and for the foreseeable future, digitization efforts in Manuscripts & Archives will prioritize the following, in the order indicated:
1. Collection materials needed by Yale faculty for teaching Spring term 2021 classes.
2. Collection materials needed by Yale faculty and students for their own research projects.
3. Collection materials needed by other Yale patrons, digitized as staff time permits and in the order in which requests are received.
In determining digitization service priorities during phased resumption of services, refers to anyone with a currently valid Yale NetID who uses it to logon to their Yale Special Collections User Account, while refers to all others.
Patrons who logon to their Yale Special Collections User Account with a Yale NetID and who wish to request digitization of Manuscripts & Archives collection materials should contact . In your email please provide very specific information on the collection(s), box(es), and folder(s) you are seeking to have digitized, and specify information regarding your need for the digitization.
Please keep in mind that for the foreseeable future we must prioritize digitization in support of Yale faculty who need the materials for courses they are teaching during Spring term 2021. This may impact the timeline for digitization of materials for other Yale patrons with a Yale NetID.
New digitization services:
We are currently unable to accept new digitization requests from non-Yale patrons due to staffing constraints and our focus on digitizing to support the teaching and research needs of Yale faculty and students. We hope to be able to begin offering new digitization services to non-Yale patrons during the summer of 2021. This site will be updated as additional information is available.
Previously digitized materials from archival collections:
Previously digitized materials indicated using the following note in a record for an item or folder in (Yale's database of archival collection guides) can be requested by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org:
High-resolution TIFF files of items found in the Manuscripts and Archives Digital Library can be requested by sending an email to email@example.com.