What are the Graduate Institute Digital Collections for ?
The Graduate Institute has launched this digital library in October 2015, with hundreds of historical books, photographs, archives and manuscripts kept in the Graduate Institute’s Library collections.
These materials are available for free and accessible in ultra-high definition. The goal of this service is to provide an open access to the Library’s rare resources, with a focus on international relations.
The Graduate Institute community (faculty, staff and students) as well as the public have access to all digitised collections. These collections are freely accessible, printable and downloadable, provided that appropriate credit are given (see just below).
Our collections have no known copyright restrictions. This means that the Library is unaware of any copyright restrictions on the material shown, either because the Library owns the copyright and has chosen to waiver it, or the copyright has expired, or because no evidence has been found that copyright restrictions apply. Please contact us (email@example.com) if you have any information about right holders that we are unaware of.
All materials are put under licence CC BY-SA 3.0: Users are free to share and adapt the materials, for any purpose, even commercially. They must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. If an item is modified, it must be distributed under the same license as the original.
To quote an item, please mention at least: name of the author, date, title of document, original Library and permalink.
E.g: Yarrow, Ernest A. 1918. American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief in the Caucasus [Diary of Photographs]. Mr Mansfield Private Collection. http://digitalcollections.graduateinstitute.ch/idurl/1/1327
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org