UA Libraries' Digital Collections

The purpose of the Digital Program at the University Libraries is to develop accessible digital collections of materials that support the teaching and research of UA faculty and students, and that, in turn, further the mission of The University of Alabama. The Digital Program coordinates major digitization projects and actively develops policy and procedure relating to digital project and program development. For more information about the program, contact Jody L. DeRidder.

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DIGITAL COLLECTIONS

Access current student research, digitized historical material, finding aids from the W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library, and more. ACUMEN is our new digital collections delivery software, so be sure to tell us what you think.

CROWDSOURCING

The University Libraries invites users to help us describe our material by tagging photographs and transcribing historical letters via our two new crowdsourcing applications: TagIt and Transcribe.

ONLINE EXHIBITS

Experience various online exhibits developed by the University of Alabama Libraries.

WIKIS AND BLOGS

Please visit our Wiki, and our new Digital Services Blog.

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