Library digitization requests from faculty due by July 24

Professor Ilana B. Witten teaching a neuroscience course and pointing at the whiteboard

For Princeton University faculty

The Library is preparing for an anticipated increase in requests for digitized materials needed for teaching in the fall, whether classes are taught in person or remotely.

In order to ensure that we have your materials ready on time, we will need to receive your digitization requests for reserves or other use in fall classes no later than July 24. You may use the same methods to submit these requests as you have in the past. Alternatively, to discuss any questions, coordinate an instruction session, or submit a digitization request, including those for course reserves and Special Collections materials, please email

Additional information related to supporting teaching and the phased resumption of Library services can be found at:

Support for remote research, teaching and learning

PUL phased resumption of on-site services announcements

Book pick-up and in-house digitization services