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The Digital Services unit at the University Libraries digitizes archival material and makes it accessible online, to support the teaching and research of UA faculty and students, which, in turn, furthers the mission of The University of Alabama.
For information about Digital Services and their mission, you can explore the Wiki, or contact them at email@example.com.
Access digitized historical material and finding aids from the Division of Special Collections, current student research, and more.
The University Libraries invites users to help describe its archival materials through tagging photographs and transcribing documents. You can do this in the Acumen interface by clicking on the tag or document icon at the top right of the image.
Online ExhibitsExperience various online exhibits developed by the University of Alabama Libraries, including the most recent:
Interested in incorporating digital archival material into your course? See this LibGuide with information about digital archives and how to search them. The UA Libraries YouTube channel also has a section for Digital Services, which includes a general introduction to Acumen and two videos about how to search the digital archives in Acumen, geared to undergraduates. For more information on tutorial and instruction services for our digital archives, contact Kate Matheny, Outreach Coordinator.
See the Genealogy Resources at UA page for links to digital resources, including digitized items and digital finding aids.