Information for Visitors

The Archive is open to the public most university working days. Visitors with specific needs are urged to contact the Archive in advance to discuss their needs with Archive staff and arrange an appointment.

Although Archive materials cannot be removed or checked out, most materials are available for duplication. Photocopying and scanning facilities are available on-site. In addition, many documents and audio recordings are already available in digital form and can be freely downloaded from the catalog interface.

Research services are available to researchers who are unable to visit the Archive in person. These services include location of primary materials, duplication, and mailing of materials. Small requests will be honored at no cost to the user, at the discretion of the Archive. Larger requests are charged a standard research rate of $20/hour, plus $0.20/page for photocopying (no charge for scanning or digital duplication, aside from the hourly charge). Please contact the Archive directly for more information about research services. 


Hughes and Huslia visitors with Michael Krauss, Nov 2010

The Archive is located on the fourth floor of the Brooks Building on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus. This is directly southeast from the library building. Accessible handicapped parking on the east side of the building, with elevator access to the fourth floor. Additional visitor parking is available in a metered lot to the west of the building in front of SIgners' Hall, or in the Taku parking lot at the Farmers Loop Road entrance to the university. 

Citation of ANLA materials

Please list author, date, and title of publication, whether item is a photocopy or original, location of original document if different than ANLA, then note the item identifier, Alaska Native Language Archive, University of Alaska Fairbanks. For example,

Krauss, Michael E. 1962. Athabaskan isogloss maps. Item CA961K1962c. Alaska Native Language Archive, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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