The Digital Collections program is coordinated by the Digital Initiatives Department. The collections contain over 16,000 digital objects -including photographs, tradecards, student newspaper, manuscripts, and videos- archived in Special Collections, Western College Memorial Archives, and other library departments.
Digital Initiatives was created to be a center for the benchmarking, establishment of best practices, production, quality control, delivery, storage, retrieval, description and preservation of digital library collections for the Miami University Libraries.
See more digital collections @ www.lib.muohio.edu/digital.
The repository is a service of the Miami University libraries. Research and scholarly output included here has been selected and deposited by the individual university departments and centers on campus.
The Walter Havighurst Special Collections houses more than 65,000 volumes, plus manuscripts and other significant archival collections, photographs, posters, and ephemera held by Miami University Libraries.
The Archives contains manuscripts, publications, photographs, and artifacts dealing with Miami University history. It also houses many of the surviving records and publications of Oxford College for Women, one of the first U.S. Protestant schools to confer the Bachelor of Arts degree upon women.
The Western College Memorial Archives is dedicated to acquiring and preserving materials directly related to the Western College for Women (1853-1974). The collection includes manuscripts, publications, and photographs.
The study abroad page is a resource to aid your travel and study abroad. It contains information on services and research materials Miami Libraries offer to students and faculty abroad.