Using the Archives
The Archives are open to the public on the basis of the conditions outlined in the use regulations. Staff members in the Archives assist in searching for archive documents, gray literature, flyers, posters, photographs, and other media.
Working in the Archives
Users of the Archives can conduct some of their research at computer workstations in the Institute as well as access some material independently with the help of finding aids. Workplaces (which can be used for longer visits), self-service copying, printing, overhead scanner, and microfilm/microfiche readers are available.
For use of the overhead scanner (free of charge for materials released for self-service scanning), please bring your own USB flash drive.
For our staff-mediated photocopying/ scanning services, as well as the use of images from our holdings for publication, fees will incur.
Please refer to our fee schedule.
The Archives database offers users an online overview of all archival holdings recorded in the database. Selected holdings are also available for comprehensive searches online. Information on periodicals currently subscribed to by the Archives and Library is also provided on the web as a periodical list and via the online catalog.