88 · Representative Documents: Collection Development Policies
Ohio State University
Byrd Polar Research Center Archival Program. Collection Management and Development Policy
Documentation of prominent contemporary polar researchers/scientists of
the Byrd Polar Research Center.
Secondary Priorities (Collections acceptable only if resources exist without
jeopardizing priorities identified above.)
Documentation concerning oral history interviewees created during
the course of their careers.
Prominent scientists who were not members of the Byrd Polar
Collections available for purchase only.
[Note: If collections of the above are not accepted, prospective donors should be
directed to other colleges and universities and historical agencies and members of
the International Polar Libraries Colloquy.]
Not collected by the BPRCAP
Raw scientific data (accepted on a case by case basis).
Books and other published materials may be retained by the BPRCAP as
reference materials. Otherwise, these are referred to the Goldthwait
Library of the Byrd Polar Research Center.
Collections that have indefinite restrictions on use.