The University contributed its holdings and the staff needed to select and handle the documents to be digitized.
This has meant not only select the material, but to ensure that everything was properly cataloged, classified and physically prepared.
You should know that over 50% of our old collection had not yet been introduced in the automated catalog.
This work has led many basic operational tasks, from deep cleansing of the books and the stacks, repair them and, even, take off uncut pages in books that had never been opened before.
Finally, we have made actions for disseminating these digital copies and long-term preservation at a reasonable cost.