Convert your analog materials into a digital format for electronic use and distribution. Create digital versions of content including books, journals, photographs, and analog audio and video. Services also include developing digital publications accessible on the web that are easy for you to manage and preserve.

Digital Imaging Service Centers

Academic Technology Centers
124 Computer and Communications Center
G27 Stimson

Faculty, instructors, and graduate TAs can receive assistance, training, and support in the use of computer technologies for instruction. Consultants are also available to assist in preparing or editing course materials. Contact ATC to set up an appointment regarding digitizing materials. Services include:

  • Flatbed and slide scanning
  • A/V support

Digital Consulting and Production Services (DCAPS)
107 Olin Library

Cornell University Library assembled a team of experts to plan, create, organize, and archive images and information for Cornell's faculty, staff and community partners. Whether it is turning a slide collection into an online resource or digitizing photos and articles for a single class, the DCAPS staff aims to develop digital collections in support of instructional and research activities that are easy to use, manage and share. Preliminary consultation is free. Services include:

  • Scanning of slides, photographs, monographs and oversized materials
  • Color-managed workflow
  • Upload to Luna and ARTstor
  • Metadata services

Self-Service Scanning Facilities

Academic Technology Centers
G27 Stimson Hall

Faculty, instructors, and graduate TAs are welcome to use the state-of-the-art computers, software, and other multi-media equipment available at the Academic Technology Center to prepare course materials, or to develop instructional technology resources for a course. Resources include:

  • Flatbed and slide scanners
  • A/V hardware

Cornell Library Collaborative Learning Computer Laboratory (CL3)
Gallery Level, Uris Library

There are nine Creation Stations available in the Cornell Library Collaborative Learning Computer Laboratory (CL3) in Uris Library. CL3 is located on the Gallery Level in Uris at the bottom of the stairs to your left when you enter the building. These computers are for use by students for course-related projects. Resources include:

  • Large format flatbed scanner
  • A/V hardware and software

Mann Library
Ag Quad

Mann Library has several scanners available for free public use in the Stone Computing Center and computer classrooms. The scanners are equipped to scan slides and negatives as well as opaque media. All scanners are available on a first come first serve basis. Users with scanning needs have first priority on computers that are connected to scanners. Resources include:

Olin Library Maps and Media Center
Lower Level, Olin Library

Olin Library offers a variety of equipment for your scanning needs. The Maps and Media Center is located on the lower level of Olin at the bottom of the stairs to the left of the building entrance. Resources include:

  • Flatbed scanners
  • Oversized map scanner
  • Microfilm scanner
  • Automated document scanner

Document Delivery Services

Cornell University Library Document Delivery
Document Delivery is a service for Cornell students, faculty and staff that provides electronic scans of articles and book chapters from material held by Cornell University Library. All libraries on the Ithaca and Geneva campuses offer this service. Follow the link above for a complete listing of available services.