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Digital Collections of the University Libraries

About this Site

The University Libraries at Bowling Green State University provides online access to digital collections in support of teaching, learning, and research at the University and beyond. The collections contained in the Digital Gallery originated from the materials housed in the University Libraries archival collections and branch libraries: the Curriculum Resource Center, the Browne Popular Culture Library, the Music Library and Sound Recordings Archives, the Center for Archival Collections and the Historical Collections of the Great Lakes. The digital collections available through this site are merely representative of larger collections available on site. We invite you to visit Bowling Green State University Libraries in Bowling Green, Ohio to interact with our collections more extensively or to explore the websites provided below.

Browne Popular Culture Library

Web site: http://www.bgsu.edu/colleges/library/pcl/
Email: pcldesk@bgsu.edu
Telephone: 419-372-2450

Center for Archival Collections

Web site: http://www.bgsu.edu/colleges/library/cac/
Email: scharte@bgsu.edu
Telephone: 419-372-2411

Curriculum Resource Center

Web site: http://www.bgsu.edu/colleges/library/crc/
Email: harvejs@bgsu.edu
Telephone: 419-372-2956

Music Library and Sound Recordings Archives

Web site: http://www.bgsu.edu/colleges/library/music/
Email: mlsra@bgsu.edu
Telephone: 419-372-2307

If you have questions about the Digital Gallery at University Libraries, please email digitalgallery@bgsu.edu.

Censorship & Intellectual Freedom

The Bowling Green State University Libraries support the free exchange of ideas and endeavor to build collections (print and electronic) which include all points of view. At the same time, they neither approve nor endorse the views expressed in materials included in the collections. Where there is controversy or disagreement concerning the truth of particular ideas and issues of belief, the University Libraries attempt to provide a wide selection of materials encompassing the major viewpoints.

The Bowling Green State University Libraries subscribe to and comply with the American Library Association Library Code of Ethics. Materials for the collection are selected on the basis of overall content. No item is excluded on the basis of the author's race, nationality, or political or religious views. That some patrons may find an item objectionable on moral, religious, political or other grounds does not restrict or determine selection.

The Bowling Green State University Libraries do not accede to requests of individuals or groups seeking the removal from the collection of materials which have been chosen according to this collection development policy, nor do they yield to requests to add to the collection materials if their addition would contradict this collection development policy.

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