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Access to Special Collections at Princeton during COVID-19
Due to COVID-19, the reading room at Special Collections, Firestone is closed until further notice. The Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library Reading Room is now closed for renovation, though due to COVID-19, the timeline of the renovation may change.
While our services are limited and evolving, we will do our best to assist our researchers remotely. At this time, we do not have access to the collections, and therefore we cannot complete digitization requests or answer questions that require us to reference the physical materials. We have included some resources below that may assist you in your research, and we encourage you to reach out to us with questions, concerns, or comments. We appreciate your patience. For additional guidance, please email RBSC@princeton.edu or email@example.com.
Resources: This list will be added to continually.
- PUL Support for Remote Research, Teaching, and Learning
- Princeton University’s Digital Library: DPUL and PUDL
- Princeton University Finding Aids
- If you are a member of the Princeton community and would like to view a senior thesis from 2014-2019 while you are away from campus, you will need to follow the instructions outlined on the OIT website for connecting to the campus network remotely. With the VPN connection, you are considered to be on the campus network whether or not you are physically on campus. You should then be able to view the senior thesis through DataSpace.
- Our Blogs
- Cotsen Children's Library Blog
- Cotsen Pop Goes the Page Blog
- Graphic Arts Original Blog
- Graphic Arts Website
- Manuscripts Blog
- Mudd Manuscript Library Blog
- Notabilia Blog
- Rare Books Blog
- Special Collections Blog
- Special Collections Technical Services
- Western Americana Blog
- Papers of Princeton
- Demystifying Mudd: Research from Home