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The SCRC welcomes various forms of [http://swem.wm.edu/scrc/WaystoHelp.cfm support] from friends and supporters. Here at the SCRC Wiki we welcome visitors to share what you may know about our collections as well as the traditions, history, and people of the [[College of William and Mary]] based on your research or personal experience.  
 
The SCRC welcomes various forms of [http://swem.wm.edu/scrc/WaystoHelp.cfm support] from friends and supporters. Here at the SCRC Wiki we welcome visitors to share what you may know about our collections as well as the traditions, history, and people of the [[College of William and Mary]] based on your research or personal experience.  
  
You are welcome to [http://scrc.swem.wm.edu/wiki/index.php?title=Special:Userlogin&type=signup&returnto=Main_Page create an account] and share your memories or what you have discovered while using the SCRC's collections on appropriate pages on the SCRC Wiki. A [http://scrc.wmwikis.net/SCRC_MediaWiki_Guide guide] with best practices for the SCRC Wiki is [http://scrc.wmwikis.net/SCRC_MediaWiki_Guide available] and we ask that you read it over if you plan to do extensive editing of wiki pages. If you prefer to not edit the wiki directly, [https://swem.wm.edu/node/2086 contact] University Archivist Kim Sims to share your information. If you are a William and Mary alumnus or have another association with the university, we would appreciate knowing that as well, but it is by no means required. We look forward to hearing from you.
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If you would like to share your memories or what you have discovered while using the SCRC's collections, please contact us at spcoll@wm.edu. A [http://scrc.wmwikis.net/SCRC_MediaWiki_Guide guide] with best practices for the SCRC Wiki is [http://scrc.wmwikis.net/SCRC_MediaWiki_Guide available] and we ask that you read it over if you plan to do extensive editing of wiki pages. If you prefer to not edit the wiki directly, [https://swem.wm.edu/node/2086 contact] University Archivist Kim Sims to share your information. If you are a William and Mary alumnus or have another association with the university, we would appreciate knowing that as well, but it is by no means required. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Share What You Know

The SCRC welcomes various forms of support from friends and supporters. Here at the SCRC Wiki we welcome visitors to share what you may know about our collections as well as the traditions, history, and people of the College of William and Mary based on your research or personal experience.

If you would like to share your memories or what you have discovered while using the SCRC's collections, please contact us at spcoll@wm.edu. A guide with best practices for the SCRC Wiki is available and we ask that you read it over if you plan to do extensive editing of wiki pages. If you prefer to not edit the wiki directly, contact University Archivist Kim Sims to share your information. If you are a William and Mary alumnus or have another association with the university, we would appreciate knowing that as well, but it is by no means required. We look forward to hearing from you.