Audiovisual materials are non-textual formats such as photographs, illustrations, videos, films, and audio recordings. These items can provide important historical information about events and people important to UMBC history. Examples include recordings of lectures, performances, ceremonies, and interviews; photographs or other pictorial illustrations in publications or displays; and collections of items produced by external media companies such as local or national news networks.
The University Archives does collect and make accessible audiovisual materials created or donated by UMBC departments. An item level list is not available to the public at this time; please contact Lindsey Loeper (firstname.lastname@example.org) for access to these materials.
The Library Media department has also maintained an audiovisual collection about UMBC; DVDs and some videocassettes are searchable in the UMBC Library catalog; many or not included in the catalog. Please contact Digital Media Librarian Jodi Hoover (email@example.com) for access to these materials.