The NMSU Digital Collections serves as the digital archive and data repository for the NMSU Library and the greater NMSU University. The New Mexico State University Library Digital Collections contain items digitized from the Library's collection and partnering institutions. The collections allow users around the world to explore the history and culture of the University, the state of New Mexico, and the Southwest.
The NMSU Digital Collections provides access to a range of resources that cover a wide range in time. These items depict the cultural attitudes, social norms, and biases of the time period in which they were created. The information contained in these digital items serves as evidence for research and analyzing the past to inform the present and future. NMSU Library acknowledges that some of these materials may be troubling, harmful, and discriminatory. We seek to find a way to represent the past for research and to ensure that our current descriptive practices do not reinscribe the harmful attitudes of the past.
Please contact us at email@example.com if you encounter a problematic description or have other concerns about the collection.
NMSU Library is the recipient of several grants, including a NEH Grant for digitizing the Amador Family Correspondence Project and the NMSU COVID19 Performance Fund granted to the NMSU Library by the U.S. Department of Education, Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) in December 2021 to support the digitization of archival collections that document cultural history of the borderland region.
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