Digitization Services

Digitization Services is responsible for reformatting print and paper material in support of the Library’s mission to provide preservation and access to its digital collections.

Digitization Services Goals

  • Create high-quality digital surrogates for long-term digital preservation of the Library’s collections
  • Open access to print and paper collections in the Library
  • Provide reproduction services in support of research and scholarship for the campus and patrons
  • Serve the Library by providing consultation and leadership in the planning and management of digital projects

How can we help you?

  • To place a reproduction request with us, visit the Services or email Digitization Services.
  • To learn more about Special Collection digitization projects in the library, contact Angela Waarala, the Digital Collections Project Manager, or visit our LibGuide.
  • To learn more about projects happening in the digitization labs, visit the Digitization Services online exhibits.
  • Digitization Services works exclusively with the University of Illinois Library collections.  Our services are dedicated to providing digital access and preservation for the collections prioritized by the Library.  For more information about digitization services available to the public, please contact Angela Waarala.