Request a project
Do you have access to a set of materials that you think would be a valuable addition to the Texas Tech Digital Collections? We would love to hear from you!
- Flesh out your idea. To help you, look at the information that we request from you on our Project Proposal Form. Also take a look at our mock-up proposal sample (Stained Glass Project) and some previous proposals that have been submitted (under Project Documentation).
- If you are a library staff or faculty member, be sure to discuss the project with your supervisor before submitting the proposal.
- Complete the Project Proposal Form and submit it.
If you have any questions during the proposal process, please don't hesitate to contact us!
What Happens Next?
- We'll review the submitted proposal. If we have any immediate questions, we'll get in touch with you.
- After reviewing it, we'll begin a process of negotiating with you to determine when and if we can move forward with the project. We need to make sure there's a match between your needs for the project and our needs.
- Part of this negotiation process will be prioritization of your project. We'll need to fit your project into our existing queue--all other things being equal, projects proposed first will finish first, but other factors (such as the scope of the project, our available resources, and the audience(s) who will view the collection) can come into play.
- Once we reach agreement on the project and the prioritization, we're basically set. We'll begin work on the project when it comes up next in our queue.