Consists of items digitized from the collection related to the history of York University. Digitization sponsored by university administrators or by York University Libraries. Digitized material represents less than 1% of total archive.
Consists of digitized copies of promotional elements used to advertise the Desh Pardesh festival. Digitization funded by patron request and with support of SAVAC. Digitized material is approximately 1% of total archive.
Consists of digitized scans of large-scale sketches and graphite and ink drawings by artist Helen Lucas(1931-). Digitization conducted to support a 2016-2017 exhibit of Lucas' work co-curated by Simone Wharton and Jenna Shamoon. Digitized material represents approximately 1% of the total collection.
James and Margaret Beveridge have directed and edited documentary films for the National Film Board of Canada (1939-1961) and other independent film making ventures, James as director and Margaret as editor. James also taught film making at York University from 1970-1987. Their work includes films on India and other Asian countries, the state of Canadian films, and other educational films. James Beveridge was the founding chair of Department of Film at York.
Consists of digitized copies of books from the Sheldon and Judy Godfrey Collection of historical manuscripts and publications, most related to the history of Jewish people in the Atlantic World in the sixteenth through the mid-nineteenth century. Digitization made possible through patron request and through a joint partnership with the Internet Archive. Digitized material consists of historical publications that fit the format and physical condition requirements of the Internet Archive, were in the public domain and/or at a low risk of copyright infringement, and had not been digitized by the Internet Archive, Canadiana.org, Europeana or The Hathi Trust at the time of selection. Digitized material represents approximately 1% of the total collection.