The digitization program at Emory digitizes texts, manuscripts, photographic materials, flat art and AV materials to make them more usable and accessible to scholars at Emory University and the world at large, and for preservation purposes. We also curate the resources we digitally archive to ensure that they remain usable for future scholars.
For further information on proposed and completed collections, check out the Emory Digitization homepage and the FAQs tab here. The digitization program uses several methods for digitization, including a scanner produced by Kirtas Technologies which allows for rapid automated digitization, AV reformatting technology, and large format scanners.
General Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (reaches the entire team)
- Kyle Fenton, Team Leader, ph. 404-727-5726
- Bonnie Jean Woolger, Digital Imaging Supervisor
- Trey Bunn, AudioVisual Conservator
- Brian Methot, Digital Imaging Technician
- Paige Knight, Digital Imaging Technician
- Chris Palazzolo, Head of Collection Management and Digitization Public Services (Chair)
- Kyle Fenton, Team Leader, Digitization & Digital Curation
- Pat Graham, Director, Pitts Theology Library
- Erica Bruchko, US History Librarian
- Jennifer Meehan, Associate Director of MARBL
- Thomas Sneed, Law Librarian (Macmillan Law Library)
- Melanie Kowalski, Intellectual Property Rights Office
- Lars Meyer, Director of Content Division