More and more often, the MIT Libraries makes content available to patrons through digital reformatting.
Our specially-trained staff members evaluate and prepare materials before they are scanned. Some materials are scanned by the Libraries’ Document Services department. Curation and Preservation Services also prepares, ships, and receives outsourced scanning projects, such as materials sent to the Open Content Alliance.
Materials are made available online through the Internet Archive or MIT’s DSpace depository.