My name's Alex. I'm new to this group, new to Mendeley, and a somewhat apprentice in-archive researcher. I was hoping that some of you may have some advice and/or be able to point me in the right direction to fulfill a goal of mine.
Specifically, I was wondering if any of you have any experience persuading a university library to digitize an archival collection or pursuing funding towards that same end?
Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated.
P.s. I have been able to get scans of small portions of the aforementioned collection via my university's limited inter-library loan privileges, but, even with the extension of those privileges for the upcoming semester, I will still not get very far with a collection of this size (~13 linear feet).
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