The microfilm collections and the viewing/scanning equipment are located at Media Commons (3rd Floor, Robarts Library)
Before using, consult the accompanying guides found below on this page or via UTL's Website - Microform
You will need to certain information when requesting these materials:
Staff will retrieve the reel(s) requested and, if necessary, assist you with the operation of the equipment.
If you have questions, email email@example.com.
To request digitization of an except from the Robarts Library microform collection, submit a Scan and Deliver request in LibrarySearch. To view this material in it's original format on one of our digital microform readers, email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a viewing.
Online Access: Many pressbooks are now available via Media History Digital Library's Pressbook Collection
Online: Media History Digital LIbrary - Film Daily Year Book and other Yearbooks (click on item in list to see all issues)
“Microform” is the general term for documents reproduced in reduced size on transparent media such as microfilm (which comes in rolls) or microfiche (small sheets). Most sources you access as microforms will have originated as printed materials.
Typically, you will:
from Purdue U. OWL
How do I cite letters, or email, (Personal Communication) in MLA? Letters fall under the MLA’s guidelines for personal communication, which are as follows:
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