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USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive: More Access Information

Introduction to and description of USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive

Non-Cornell (guest) researchers: Access in Olin and Uris Libraries

Guest researchers who are not members of the Cornell community may access the Visual History Archive from computers located within the Cornell University Library and on the library network. Remote access is not possible for guest researchers.

Earphones must be used while accessing testimony from the Visual History Archive and are available at information or circulation desks.

All researchers: Access in library spaces

Researchers may access the Visual History Archive from workstations in library open computing areas (e.g. Mann, Olin, and Uris Libraries) and from workstations in the graduate study rooms (Olin Library), subject to rules governing these spaces. Earphones must be used in library spaces while accessing testimony from the Visual History Archive and are available at information or circulation desks.

The Visual History Archive is not accessible from open-area or graduate study workstations during study week and examination week, but remains accessible to members of the Cornell community via university networks and remote access during these times.