The gradual expansion of the Georgia Institute of Technology ‘s Library and Special Collection has resulted in a unique and outstanding science and technological research facility. The process was expanded by a number of individuals who dedicated their professional years to improving the holdings. Unique among these treasures is the first edition of Newton’s Principia. Collecting, preserving, and utilizing the new technologies to expand access to this outstanding collection has proved challenging. The primary materials, carefully collected over the years, are being protected and made available through traditional means; while at the same time technological advances are being utilized to enhance access to the intellectual and visual content of these materials.
Salter, Anne A. and Williamson, Marilyn
"Low Tech and High Tech: The Spectrum of Special Collections Use in a Technological Institute,"
The Southeastern Librarian: Vol. 50
, Article 6.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/seln/vol50/iss4/6