Clemson Libraries provide a suite of services and resources to assist you in developing, creating, and enhancing your digital projects and research. These services include support for digital humanities projects, digitization of unique items or collections, using media production tools, and digital literacy awareness and instruction.
Clemson Libraries offer consultation and collaboration services for humanities faculty and graduate students interested in digital approaches to research, teaching, and interdisciplinary projects. Visit our Digital Humanities page to find out more.
Services include the digitization of print materials, photographs, negatives, books, maps, objects, and more. Our lab specializes in flatbed scanners, book scanners, and medium format camera systems. We digitize materials for archival purposes and web-based access needs. We also offer consulting and assistance for your own digitization projects. Learn more at Digital Projects.
Digital Literacy and Media Production
Clemson Libraries offers a range of resources and support for creating digital media projects and building digital literacy. The Adobe Digital Studio and Digital Media Learning Labs offer video and audio studios, and the Clemson community can borrow technology equipment. The Studio also offers workshops each semester on a range of digital skills and can provide instruction for classes or groups. Learn more at the Adobe Digital Studio.