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Digital Initiatives: Digital Scholarship and Collections

Director of Digital Initiatives and Scholarship

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Erika Mann

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Digital Scholarship

Digital Collections

Publishing and Reputation

Open Access

Digitization and Copyright

The Digital Arts + Humanities Lab on the Helmke's fourth floor has available a scanner ready to use where you can scan documents, pages from a book, and images. The scanner is attached to a workstation that is equipped with the complete Adobe Suite, allowing you to use Photoshop and other editing software to adjust or correct the scans. The workstations is also connected to the university network so that you can save your scans to your university drive as well as to a USB drive.

See below for help in navigating the TEACH Act allowances and Fair Use guidelines to determine if copyrighted material can be digitized.

Can it Be Digitized? Flow chart