Auraria Library Digital Collections
The Auraria Library Digital Collections serves as the holistic digital repository for the three schools that make up Auraria Campus, as well as the Auraria Higher Education Center (AHEC) and Auraria Library itself. The ALDC encompasses various collections of digitized historical and scholarly materials ranging from faculty journal articles to the rich and robust collections of Auraria Library Special Collections. Historical photographs, manuscript collections, rare books, and audiovisual material all make up the myriad collections of the Digital Collections and will always be free to use for all visitors.
For more information about the kinds of materials we, please check out our Special and Digital Collections Development Policy.
If you are a campus-based faculty member, student, or staff member and are interested in contributing to the Auraria Institutional Repository, please click HERE.
For questions about use of the collection, or if you are a publisher with copyright concerns, please contact the Digital Collections Manager. Auraria Library adheres to a strict take-down policy and complies with all take-down requests from copyright holders who feel their property is being infringed upon.
Digital Collections Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org ;
- Collection Hierarchy
- Activism and Civic Reform Collections
- Architecture and Planning Collections
- Asian American Experience in Colorado Collections
- Audiovisual Collections
- Auraria Campus Theses and Dissertations
- Auraria History Collections
- Auraria Library Special Collections
- Art and Design Collections
- Literature Collections
- Local and Regional History Collections
- Photograph Collections
- CU Libraries Summit Collection
- Feminism and Women's Studies Collections
- Hispanic American Experience in Colorado Collections
- Marijuana Industry and Culture Publications Collection
- National Civic League Collections