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Faculty Digital Archive

What is the Faculty Digital Archive (FDA)?
The Faculty Digital Archive is a highly visible repository of NYU scholarship, allowing digital works—text, audio, video, data, and more—to be reliably shared and securely stored. Collections may be made freely available worldwide, offered to NYU only, or restricted to a specific group. more info

Who can deposit material in the FDA?
Full-time faculty may contribute their research—unpublished and, in many cases, published—in the FDA. Departments, centers, or institutes may use the FDA to distribute their working papers, technical reports, or other research material more info

Who can access the FDA?
By default, content in the FDA is world-readable, unless faculty collection owners restrict access. more info

Finding material
You can browse or search the FDA via the options in the sidebar of every page, then link to what you find using a URL that will always work. more info

Restricted material
While most of the collections in the FDA are open to anyone on the internet, some are restricted by their owners. If you have questions about restricted resources, please write to archive.help@nyu.edu.

Questions and Account setup
For more information on the FDA, to request space for your materials, or for help with an existing collection, e-mail queries to archive.help@nyu.edu.

Communities in Faculty Digital Archive

Choose a community to browse its collections.

Arts and Science
College of Dentistry
College of Nursing
Division of Libraries
Gallatin School of Individualized Study
Global Technology Services
Institute for the Study of the Ancient World
Institute of Fine Arts
Law School
NET Institute
NYU School of Medicine
School of Social Work
Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
Stern School of Business
Tisch School of the Arts


The contents of the FDA may be subject to copyright, be offered under a Creative Commons license, or be in the public domain.
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