Entry requirements, Fall 2022

  • Your current Stanford ID card or Library-issued card and your mask
  • Visitors must sign in at the circulation desk and present a government-issued ID



The Stanford Libraries are now using Aeon for collection access

The announcement is available here. This means that requests for onsite access [and digitization] now go through the Online Archive of California [request items at top of the finding aid] or through Searchworks [request via Aeon on the item record]. You will be required to create an account to access materials; please watch these video tutorials on creating an account and requesting materials. For any further questions please contact the Archive of Recorded Sound.

Archive news

Presenting “Digitization Exemplars”: a new resource for SUL staff and our collaborators

The header, Digitization Exemplars, appears against a background depicting various tools used as part of the digital imaging process. -
February 2, 2023
by Hannah Frost

Digital Library Systems and Services (DLSS) has published a new reference resource about the work we produce in digitization services: Digitization Exemplars. This exhibit features an array of examples of each of the kinds of materials that we digitally reformat in our various labs.

Student guest blogpost: Noah Lightfoot's time with the Theodore Chandik Jazz Collection

Noah Lightfoot poses with a signed copy of Clifford Brown and Max Roach.
November 3, 2022
by Clare Spitzer

Noah Lightfoot, class of '22, spent 3 years working primarily with the Theodore Chandik Jazz Collection. In this post, he describes his experience working with these albums, some of which are available to listen to at the Music Library's new LP listening station. We thank him for the great work he did, and wish him the best of luck in the future!

Updated finding aid for the Jim Cullum Collection now available for research

The Jim Cullum Jazz Band performing at Carnegie Hall
October 11, 2022
by Christopher Alan Walker

An updated finding aid for the Jim Cullum Collection is now available on the Online Archive of California and is open for research.