General

What is UMB Digital Archive?

The UMB Digital Archive is a service of the Health Sciences and Human Services Library that collects, preserves, and distributes the intellectual output of the University of Maryland, Baltimore. It is a place that digitally captures the historical record of the campus.

What kind of content goes in the Archive?

The Archive contains many types of content including grey literature (materials that cannot be found easily through conventional systems of publication), dissertations and theses, annual reports, images, videos, oral histories and more.

Who can contribute content to the Archive?

UMB faculty, staff and students may contribute content to the Archive. A student’s submissions must be sponsored by a faculty member.

Who can access the Archive?

Anyone. The purpose of the UMB Digital Archive is to make materials as widely accessible as possible. Materials in the archive can be found through the UMB Digital Archive home page or even by using a search engine on the web. Please see About the UMB Digital Archive for more information.

Who manages the Archive?

The Archive is managed and maintained by the HS/HSL.

Who can I contact if I have questions about the Archive?

Contact the UMB Digital Archive team.