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Documenting COVID-19 – donation form

Share your story

The MIT Libraries Department of Distinctive Collection (DDC) is collecting original materials that tell the story about how you are experiencing and are affected by the changes to our community and world brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. We invite all members of the MIT community to contribute to this growing collection which will become part of the Libraries’ collections and will be preserved and made accessible as part of the Institute’s historical record.

Our intent is to bring together the voices of our students, faculty, staff, researchers, alumni, and others in our MIT community during this time, whether on campus, in the lab, at home, or in the community.

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