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Digital UW is an archival repository that serves a variety of purposes including access, discovery, secure storage, long-term preservation, and more. Digital UW serves as the University of Wyoming Libraries' gateway to digitized library collections and other scholarly and creative works authored by University of Wyoming students, faculty, and staff.
Digitized content comes from the UW Libraries' physical collections, from the Emmett D. Chisum Special Collections, from other entities on campus such as academic departments, and from individuals associated with UW. Digital UW also offers access to specialized resources such as the Digital Herbarium. Faculty research, student work, and other scholarly publications are housed in the Wyoming Scholar's Repository, which is also accessible via Digital UW. About
The UW Digital Herbarium is an online collection of herbaria specimen images and record information, it is a searchable web interface allowing users to select through a variety of parameters and provides export options to save and access reports from a search query.
The Wyoming Scholar's Repository (WySR) is an open access repository housing the scholarly and creative works of the University of Wyoming. WySR provides open access to works produced by University of Wyoming faculty, researchers, and students.
The Grace Raymond Hebard Collection is considered to be the most comprehensive collection of published materials about Wyoming history, culture and natural history. It is the library of record for University of Wyoming publications.