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- About - Digital Initiatives is a part of the Special Collections Department of the Cunningham Memorial Library. Digital Initiatives includes the Digitization Laboratory, where we digitize photos, documents, slides, as well as audio and visual items. We are also the home of Sycamore Scholars and Wabash Valley Visions and Voices Digital Memory Project.
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- State-IT - State-IT is designed to be a collection of present stories, images, videos, and recordings donated by students, faculty, staff, and alumni of Indiana State University that live alongside historic images housed in the University Archives. By uploading images of current ISU events and organizations to State-IT, current Sycamores will ensure that their photos are preserved by the University Archives for future Sycamores. Be part of ISU history and contribute today!
- Sycamore Scholars - Sycamore Scholars is a digital archive of scholarly works created by students, staff, and faculty at Indiana State University. Sycamore Scholars began as a means to enable ISU graduate students to submit their theses and dissertations electronically, but the repository can include journal articles, conference papers, technical reports, working papers, data sets, tutorials, music, photographs, and other digital items.
Wabash Valley Visions and Voices
- Wabash Valley Visions and Voices - This Digital Memory Project is dedicated to the documentation and the preservation of the region's history and heritage in print, pictures, and sound. As a collaborative effort involving the libraries, museums, cultural organizations and community groups, the project provides free access to its digital collection via the internet and promotes remembrance and lifelong learning for all Hoosiers. Wabash Visions and Voices focuses on the Wabash Valley region in west central Indiana and east central Illinois. The digital collection contains artifacts, administrative and personal papers, manuscripts, photographs, texts, yearbooks, maps, oral histories, and other audio/video files.