The University Archives are related to, and separate from the IR@UF.
Moving Image Collection: This directory lists reproductions of films and videos depicting people, places and events associated with the history of the University of Florida. Each title is linked to a finding-aid that describes the production's content. Video productions of the University of Florida News and Public Affairs office are listed in a separate directory. Productions are stored in a variety of formats for duplication and viewing purposes. For viewing purposes in the Special Collections Research Room, films are available in either VHS or DVD. For output, all are available as either DV-CAM or Beta SP. Some are also available in S-VHS and others as mpeg files. A few are available in mini-DV format. The format availability for each film is listed in its finding aid.
News and Public Affairs Videotape Collection: This directory lists news reports, promotional videos, and public information segments produced by the University of Florida's Office of News and Public Affairs and its predecessors. The inventory includes only those videos submitted to the University Archives and only linked videos have been digitized. All are available for viewing in the Special Collections Research Room.
Sound Archives: This directory lists sound collections held in the Department of Special & Area Studies Collections that have been digitally reformatted. Detailed information on each collection is linked to each directory entry. The Sound Archives includes sound recordings from the University of Florida Archives, the P. K. Yonge Library of Florida History, and the General Manuscript collections. All of the recordings are available for listening in the Special Collections Research Room and, unless otherwise noted, can be reproduced in the Research Room.
Graphics Collection: This directory lists the physical collection of posters and ephemera held in the Department of Special & Area Studies Collections. Select items have been digitized and linked within the directory; all items are accessible by the number listed in the directory in the Special Collections Research Room.