You are being asked to contribute your recollections, photographic images, video, social media postings or other digital content to Shippensburg University Archives & Special Collections, which is creating a digital record of the university community's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
You may only submit material created entirely by you and not copied from or based, in whole or in part, upon any other photographic, literary, or other material, except to the extent that such material is in the public domain, or you have permission of the copyright owner, or its use is allowed by “Fair Use” as prescribed by the terms of United States copyright law. If you would like to refer or nominate material which you do not own, please contact us at email@example.com.
You must be 18 years of age or older to submit material. By submitting content through this form, you are granting Shippensburg University permission to disseminate, preserve, and use that content in connection with its educational and research mission, including promotional purposes, in all media in perpetuity. You retain ownership of and copyright in the material you share.
If you indicate on the form that your submission is “public,” your material may be published on the web (with or without your name, depending on what you have indicated) as part of Shippensburg University Archives & Special Collections' digital collections or exhibits. Otherwise, your material will only be available to Shippensburg University-approved researchers.
Submitted material must not violate any confidentiality, privacy, security or other laws. Please be aware that all submissions and any information associated with the submissions (email address, descriptive information, etc.) may be provided to federal, state, or local law enforcement or other government agencies pursuant to a lawful subpoena or otherwise as required by law.
Summary of Terms*
- You must be at least 18 years old.
- Submitted material must be owned and/or created by you.
- You have the option of making your contribution public or private. If public, your content may be published as part of the Archives' digital collections (with or without your name displayed, depending on what you have indicated).
- All submissions will be available to University-approved researchers and can be used by the University from now on in support of its teaching and research mission.
- Your submission must not violate any laws. If we receive a lawful subpoena or court order, we may be required to turn over any submissions and related information (email address, descriptive information, etc.).