The Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies at the University of Toronto requested a feasibility study with respect to retrospective conversion of non-electronic cataloguing data, as well as information on the availability of electronic cataloguing data, for its microfiche holdings of 16th century materials.
The School of Continuing Studies at the University of Toronto was preparing for its Millennium Project and requested the creation of biographies for seven University of Toronto professors who had taught at the university during the period of 1897 to 1901, as well as copies of their original lectures.
The Multicultural History Society of Ontario had an incomplete list of its microform periodical holdings. Missing data (dates, cities, languages of publication, and other data fields) was retrieved and the completed list of microform periodical holdings was marketed to potential buyers. One of the first such purchasers was the United States Library of Congress.
Clinton Research was retained by a professor at the University of British Columbia’s School of Journalism to review fonds held at the York University Archives and Special Collections. The research pertained to speeches and market research from the 1970s and 1980s on various aspects of crime and violence.