Emory Digital Collections (https://digital.library.emory.edu/) is a new comprehensive digital repository platform to manage and provide long term access to unique and rare digital assets, whether they are digitized physical materials, or existing digital material acquired from donors or submitted by researchers and students on campus.
Over 12,000 digital objects are now available, the majority of which can be accessed by the public though some objects are restricted to the Emory Community. Featured collections include high-resolution digitized photographs, postcards, and digital photographs of historic artifacts held by the Libraries:
- The Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library Artifact collection
- Robert Langmuir African American Photograph Collection from the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library
- The Oxford College Collection of Asian Artifacts.
Additional information about the Emory Digital Collections launch can be found here: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/woodruff/news/libraries-launch-preview-of-new-emory-digital-collections-resource