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Microforms

How Do I Use Microform Equipment

Quick tutorial on using the microform (microfilm / microfiche) scanners, courtesy of University of Victoria Libraries, provided under a Creative Commons Attribution.

Microform Copying

The Microform Reading Room has equipment that allows document copying. Digital copies are free — just bring your own flash drive. Individuals affiliated with OSU can also email digital copies.

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code) governs the making of copies of copyrighted materials, including microforms. The person making copies has the ultimate responsibility for complying with the law. The Copyright Resources Center can provide guidance to members of the OSU community about complying with copyright requirements.

Need Help With Microforms?

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Mary Ries
Contact:
Microforms and Government Information
Thompson Library room 211
The Ohio State University
1858 Neil Avenue Mall
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1285
(614) 688-8770

Looking for Newspapers / Articles?

Are you looking for newspapers or news articles in microformat? See our newspaper guide for information about our newspaper collection.

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