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The University Libraries support a variety of digital services, including helping faculty and students make their work available to a wide audience, hosting journals and conference papers, and creating innovative digital exhibits.

The University Libraries partners with University Archives and Special Collections, the Women and Leadership Archives, and the Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities to support digital projects. If you are interested in working with us on a digital project, get in touch and we will determine which unit is best suited to support your work.

Current Projects We Support

All Digital Collections


Women in the Study of Asian Religions

Lili Elbe Digital Archive
Lili Elbe Digital Archive


  • Consulting on platforms and approaches
  • Metadata advice and creation
  • Rights clearing for LUC faculty-created items that will be posted on eCommons
  • Hosting faculty publications, conference websites, journals, and digital collections
  • Hosting capstone or exemplary student work


  • eCommons: best for faculty publications, capstone or exemplary student work, journals, conference websites
  • Omeka: best for digital collections
  • WordPress: best for digital collections, conference websites
  • Preservica: best for digital collections, priority to LUC-specific collections and data
  • Other platforms: if needed and with a written agreement, the library may be able to host projects on a platform not listed

Out of Scope

We are always happy to consult on any projects, but the following are examples of projects we will refer you to other groups for support:

  • Projects requiring extensive custom web development
  • Websites that are largely advertising in nature (i.e. website about a conference that does not archive papers or use peer review features)
  • Projects that are never intended to be public

More information: Contact Margaret Heller, Digital Services Librarian,