Feinberg Library hosts digital repositories on several platforms:
- Materials representing the intellectual work of the college — faculty and student writing, presentations, and more — are held in a SUNY Plattsburgh community within the SUNY Digital Repository.
- Materials from Special Collections and University Archives are held in a SUNY Plattsburgh community within New York Heritage.
- Digital exhibits developed from faculty and class projects will be built using Omeka or other appropriate, open-source platforms.
If you are interested in submitting materials to the SUNY Plattsburgh community within SUNY DSpace, or developing a digital project on Omeka for teaching or research, contact Associate Librarian Joshua Beatty at [email protected].
Statement on Sensitive Materials
Feinberg Library’s Collections include materials housed within Special Collections and Archives, and are made accessible to the public as historical record. Some materials within our collections contain offensive images, language, or other content. These records document a time and place in history, serving as a portrayal of the social mindsets and occurrences of their time. They do not mirror the current views of SUNY Plattsburgh or the Feinberg Library, which seek to encourage a vibrant and diverse learning community.