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This page contains resources created by Yale University Library committees, working groups, and departments working on issues related to born digital archives, including collection, description, and preservation of and providing access to born digital archival materials. For resources external to Yale University Library, see Other Resources.
This policy addresses access to born digital archival materials in Yale University Libraries and Museums (YUL/M). The policy addresses YUL/M’s current methods and restrictions on providing access, focusing on reading room access and providing reproductions of born digital collections material to individual patrons upon request.
Report on the ethical implications of vendor selection, with a focus on addressing ethics as part of the decision-making process when identifying and selecting tools for working with born digital archival materials.
Tool Evaluations, Recommendations, and Process Workflows for Archiving Email Collections. An investigation into how current tools and workflows in the field of email archiving might be implemented within Yale University Libraries and Museums (YUL/M), and integrated with existing tools and services used by YUL/M’s special collections units.
Resources related the development of the Yale instance of the ArchivesSpace archival management system, including links to the ArchivesSpace at Yale: User Manual with instructions pertaining to born digital materials and trainings on using ArchivesSpace.