Tuskegee University’s rich archival collections have remained hidden to the public for many years. To alleviate the problem, the University Archives focused on a multilevel process of digitization and public outreach. This paper focuses on Tuskegee’s endeavors to digitize its large collection of photographic images, negatives, and audio media. The process of learning about proper equipment and techniques has propelled the archives into one of the top digitizing archives among HBCUs, receiving over 850,000 hits (45 percent from abroad) in seven years.

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