Pepperdine Digital Collections facilitates the discovery of and access to a wide variety of digital materials related to Pepperdine University's history and unique archival holdings. The collections consist of digitized material from the Boone Special Collections and Archives and born-digital material. Collections are related to various topics, with many fitting into the major collecting areas described below.
Pepperdine Digital Collections is open to the public to encourage discovery and scholarship at the widest possible breadth. The materials that compose our digital collections are optimized for online information seeking and archived for long-term digital preservation. You can review our collecting areas below, or visit our landing page on ContentDM to view all collections.
The University Archives digital collections offer a selection of digitized and born-digital archival content that show the development of the University, major events, and student life. These materials include photographs, student publications, student newspapers, yearbooks, and more.
Malibu Historical Collection
The goals of this digital collection are to tell the story of Malibu – its history,
heritage, and people; to create a digital repository for papers, videos, oral histories,
photos, and newspapers; and exhibit materials related to the history of the region,
thus making them accessible to a global audience.
Churches of Christ Heritage Center
The Churches of Christ Heritage Center digital collections offer a selection of items from the history of the Churches of Christ, Pepperdine Bible Lectures, missionary work, and other materials of note to this religious movement.
Film and Television Archives
A number of digital collections related to the history of film and television include
scripts, photographs, films, and documents that cover a broad range of film and television