The open source software developed and implemented by Northwestern University Libraries preserves and creates digital access to some of the Libraries' rare and special collections, as well as scholarship produced at Northwestern. Our websites for Images, Audio+Video and scholarship offer access to these collections. Additionally, the Libraries have engaged in a number of digital projects over the years both with faculty as partners and/or to create access to a specific collection.
- Digital Publishing: online platform for editing and publishing journals and student projects.
- Faculty Projects: a selection of research projects with digital components that were created through library/faculty collaboration.
- Past Projects: a selection of curated collections from the Libraries that, through digitization, have been made available online.
- Web Archive: archived websites that compliment our unique collections.
ArchArch is Northwestern's Institutional Repository used for the preservation and sharing of research and scholarship at the University.
ImagesDigital Collections is home to high-resolution digital images from Northwestern's collection, including WWII posters, photographs, and maps.
Audio + Video Audio+Video Repository houses media collections such as the Northwestern University Football Films and master class audio files.