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The digital collections at Regis University contain a wide variety of open access, digital information in either born digital or digitized formats, including scholarly work by students and faculty of the university, as well as unique, digitized archival materials and institutional records from the Dayton Memorial Library's Archives and Special Collections.
The collections reside in two web-based repositories:
Digitized images from a series of glass negatives and lantern slides. The digitized glass negatives include scenes of Regis University in the 1890s; the digitized lantern slides were teaching aids and focus on people collecting specimens at geological sites.
The Charles Roitz Photography Collection was donated by the Roitz family in 2013. The collection consists of approximately 350 original prints from two limited edition retrospective folios and nine specific project compilations.
A peer-reviewed journal focused on promoting insights of diverse cultural-contextual perspectives to stretch the range of information available for the practice of counseling and systemic psychotherapy.