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Screen capture of the new Manuscript Division website landing page
Screen capture of the new Manuscript Division website landing page.

Manuscript Division Website has a New Look!

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This guest post is by Lara Szypszak, a reference librarian in the Manuscript Division.

The Manuscript Division is delighted to announce that we have refreshed our website. The responsive design is more accessible, mobile-device friendly, and will help you find the resources you need in a more streamlined way.

Our new landing page will take you directly to information about the division, using the Manuscript Reading Room, featured blog posts and collections, and all of our news and events. You will also notice:

  • Easy-to-find information about our services, including interlibrary loan, duplication services, and tours and orientations
  • Easy access to digitized collections, as well as a list of our published research guides and additional researcher resources
  • Alphabetical navigation to all of our published finding aids, as well as tips and tricks for using the finding aids search tool
  • Past webinars, orientations, and presentations that give you an in-depth look at various topics found within our collections
  • Syndicated content, allowing users to find what they are looking for consistently across the Library’s pages
  • A new FAQ page to help get you answers to commonly asked questions quickly

and much more…

As always, a link to our Ask A Librarian is present on the left side of every page, making it easier than ever to contact us with your research questions.

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