Cornell University Library offers a number of online and in-person services for users of digital images, from hands-on workshops and electronic guides to customized consultation sessions and scanning. See a list of image repositories on campus.
Research guides that explain how to find digital image resources.
- Finding Images – a guide to accompany the Finding Images workshop
- Unexpected Images – a guide to finding images in text-based databases
- Film: A Guide to Resources – a selection of reference sources and databases useful for the study of motion pictures
- Television: A Guide to Resources – a selection of reference sources and databases useful for the study of television
- Basic Video Production – a basic guide to getting started with live high-quality video
Schedule a one-on-one consultation with a trained visual resource specialist, who will provide guidance in using Artstor/JSTOR, or in obtaining high-quality digital images.
Convert your analog materials into a digital format for electronic use and distribution. Create digital versions of content including books, journals, photographs, and analog audio and video. Services also include developing digital publications accessible on the web that are easy for you to manage and preserve.
- Digital Consulting and Production Services – high-end digitization services
- Mann Library – self-service scanning
- Olin and Uris Libraries – self-service scanning
- ScanIt – scanning service for articles and book chapters
The Library provides Cornell faculty, staff and students with Cornell-specific and general information about copyright.
Equipment and Software
Mann Library, Olin Library, and the Fine Arts Library provide some equipment lending services.