Welcome to Creating Access, Columbia College Chicago’s Archives and Digital Collections blog! Written from the perspectives of our student employees and interns, Creating Access is your window into Columbia College’s history in action. We’ll post fun facts, interesting articles, and photographs from the archives. We’ll also write about what we do each day, such as the process of digitizing Columbia’s records, how we create the exhibits around the library and the story behind them, and what exactly goes into a day in the archives.
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