Requesting Digitization of Audiovisual Collections
Not all film, video, and audio resources are available digitally. To request a digital copy of an audiovisual item, review these policies and guidelines. Contact us with any questions.
To determine if a digital version is available, click on the item in the finding aid.
If a digital item is available you will see a button with a special icon. See the example below.
If there is no digital version available, the item will need to go through the digitization process. Some materials can be digitized in-house, while others may require an outside vendor. Contact us to be connected to the collection’s curator if you’re interested in obtaining a copy of an undigitized item.
Duplication fees for audiovisual materials reformatted on site cover materials and cost of labor.
Up to three hours are free, and the rate thereafter is $25/hour ($35/hour for commercial or for-profit orders).
For materials that cannot be reformatted on site, special collections staff may coordinate with a university-approved vendor. While vendor fees may vary, they generally start at $75/hour.