- Published: 19 May 2022
The Linda Hall Library has joined the Twinning scheme, granting their resources to all Ukrainian twinned institutions.
The Linda Hall Library is an independent library founded in 1946 and located in Kansas City (US). The Library owns two main collections: the History of Science Collection, focused on the science, technology, and engineering disciplines, with documents dating from the mid-fifteenth century up to now (including in digitised formats), and the General Collection, in areas such as astronomy, astrophysics, physics, mathematics, the life sciences, all forms of engineering, and various technologies. These materials are collected in 82 languages, including Ukrainian.
All of Linda Hall’s public domain materials are available via our online catalog that may be accessed on our website For materials under copyright protection or that have restricted access, patrons are welcome to request a virtual library card to enable access to those materials via Controlled Digital Lending (CDL). Access may be requested by contacting our reference department. Alternatively, patrons can apply for a patron account at https://www.lindahall.org/research/patron-registration.
The Library’s collection of digital materials may be found at: LHL Digital Collection. Digitization of undigitized materials may be requested after a patron account has been created.
Lastly, the Library is offering one Virtual Fellowship in their next application cycle (autumn 2022) for a Ukrainian scholar.
For further information you can visit the Linda Hall Library’s website linked above, or follow their guidance on YouTube