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Abstract

Oregon State University has been a leader in making unique resources accessible via the Internet. Individually or with collaborative partners, OSU made collection information, exhibits and entire collections available online. This timeline article presents OSU’s major projects and developments to promote online accessibility over the past thirty years.

Author Biography

Larry has been director of the OSU Libraries and Press’s Special Collections and Archives Research Center since 2011. He has worked as an archivist at OSU since 1991, and has been active with creating digital collections and online access to collections.

Copyright statement

© 2019 Lawrence A. Landis

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