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COVID-19 Community Archive Form

Loyola Notre Dame Library is working to document the impact of COVID-19 on our university communities by creating an archive of materials contributed by you, the students, faculty, staff, and alumni of Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University. Please share your stories and experiences during the COVID-19 crisis using this form.

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Your name is optional. If you enter it, it will appear as part of your contribution.
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Experiential Questions

Answer as many questions as you would like and in whatever length you wish. You also have the option to upload a file.

File Upload

You can upload up to three files below, not to exceed 10 MB. We accept text, images, audio, and video--anything created by you that documents your experience. Please do not include derogatory statements or health information about identifiable people. If you have more than 3 files to contribute, you can upload them as a zipped file or email your files to archives@loyola.edu.

Submission Agreement

"I created the submitted material. If people besides me appear in a photograph or video, I have their permission to submit it here. To preserve privacy or for other legal or ethical reasons, Loyola Notre Dame Library may edit, refrain from publishing, or delete submissions.

While I will retain my copyright, I grant LNDL permission to add the material to its collections and preserve it for future generations of students, scholars, and researchers. I give LNDL permission to organize the materials according to accepted archival principles; to create metadata, finding aids, and full-text search interfaces required for the preservation and discovery of the materials; to make the materials accessible to researchers and staff; and to use the materials in exhibits and displays, both physical and online."

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