Digital material, 2001-2021
Scope and Contents
This series contains digital files created by Tyrone Williams. Includes essays, manuscripts, drafts, notes, research materials, course materials and syllabi, work by other writers, email correspondence, digital images, board records, evaluation and judging materials, submissions to programs and competitions, blurbs, book reviews, blog posts, website files, letters, and other materials related to Williams' work as a poet and educator.
- Modified: 2001-2021
Terms of Access
Portions of this series have been minimally processed. Privacy protected information (including but not limited to certain educational, medical, financial, criminal, attorney-client, and/or personnel records) may be revealed during use of archival collections, particularly in collections that are unprocessed or have been minimally processed. Researchers agree to make no notes or other recordation of privacy protected information if found within the archival collections, and further agree not to publish, publicize, or disclose such information to any other party for any purpose if found within the archival collections.
Special Viewing Instructions
Portions of this series are only available for access onsite within the library at this time. Access to digital material provided via the Poetry Collection's Digital Archives online repository.
3 Gigabytes (3,305 files, 179 folders)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
This series is arranged alphabetically by folder title. The original order of the file directory is reflected in the arrangement. Some folder titles were altered and file arrangement reorganized to assist researchers in locating and identifying digital content.
Digital files created by Tyrone Williams were transferred to the Poetry Collection on a USB flash drive or via email. Where possible, digital content saved on storage media was migrated from the storage media, normalized to standard preservation and access formats, and transferred to a stable preservation environment following the University Libraries' Digital Preservation guidelines. Some folder titles were altered and file arrangement reorganized to assist researchers in locating and identifying digital content.