The Center for Digital Scholarship staff consult on digitization, description, and preservation of digital collections to enable long-term discovery and sustainability of materials.
The following equipment and software are available for general use within the Center. Staff are glad to assist patrons with their use of these tools:
Adobe Photoshop/ Illustrator
ABBYY FineReader OCR
Document and map scanners
The following guidelines, authored by Hesburgh Libraries’ staff to ensure consistency among internal projects, are available for general use:
The Center for Digital Scholarship also includes a production
facility focused on the digitization of Hesburgh Libraries’
collections. Digitization projects range from rare books and special
collections that are publicly accessible via the web to films and audio
materials made available to students enrolled in Notre Dame courses.
For information about digitization and metadata services, please contact:
Alex Papson, Metadata and Digital Projects Librarian
firstname.lastname@example.org | ph. 574-631-3282