Assistance and support is available through the Info Desk (705-474-3450 x4221) and via firstname.lastname@example.org. Electronic information resources are accessible to students, faculty and staff. Interlibrary loan services available for electronic resources. Library materials may be returned through the library book drop.
Archives and Special Collections may accept donations of archival material that support the teaching, learning, and research needs of Nipissing University and Canadore College. Archival material can include textual records (such as correspondence, diaries, meeting minutes, and reports), audiovisual records (photographs, video and audio recordings), maps, architectural drawings, and digital records.
Contact Ed Driedger, Manager, Archives and Access Services, to discuss whether a potential donation meets the needs and requirements of the Archives. The Manager must approve all donations before they can be accepted.
The potential donation will be appraised to determine whether it fits the needs of the Archives. Appraisal criteria are based on the Acquisition Policy and include:
The donor must sign a Deed of Gift, an agreement which contains the terms of the transfer of ownership. Once the deed has been signed and the donation has been received, the Archives becomes sole owner and reserves the right to determine preservation, retention, access, and use.
A donation may be eligible for a charitable tax receipt if the fair market value is detgermined to be over $100. Tax receipts are issued in accordance with Canada Revenue Agency guidelines, and may require a monetary appraisal by a qualified professional appraiser if their value is over $1000. In this case, the donor bears the cost of appraisal and the Archives will select the appraiser.
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