Q. What materials in Archives have been digitized?

Answered By: Austin Arminio
Last Updated: Jun 14, 2024     Views: 40

American University’s Digital Research Archive (AUDRA) provides access to scholarly works, teaching tools, and other literature produced by the AU community including articles, conference presentations, working papers, online journals and newsletters, syllabi, and podcasts. 

American University’s Digital Research Archive also provides access to some but not all of AU’s digital collections including the American University History Photograph and Print Collection, Drew Pearson's Washington Merry-Go-Roundthe John R. Hickman Collectionthe Jack Child Slide and Stamp Collectionsthe Peace Corps Community Digital Archivethe Photographic Material and Other Art Work of Herbert E. Striner, and the Washington College of Law Historical Collection.

Additional scans of yearbooks, course catalogs, and syllabi are accessible on Archive.org

Faculty can deposit research using this link

 

For a complete list of the electronic holdings for Archives, visit their Digital Collections page.

for further questions, please email archives@american.edu