Image Services Center UO Libraries
Image Services Center
- Location: Knight Library, Room 64
- Mail: 1299 University of Oregon
- Eugene, OR 97403-1299
- (541) 346-1805
- Image Services: M-F 10:00 am-5:00 pm
- Exhibit Services: M-Tu 8:00 am-5:00 pm, W 8:00 am-12:00 pm
The Image Services Center was established in July 2002 to promote preservation and facilitate access to fragile materials. Image Services preserves materials though microfilming, digitization, and photographic replication. We facilitate access by making surrogate copies for reference, study and exhibition.
Staff and Faculty Headshots
The Image Services Center in the Knight Library will be taking portraits of UO employees on Tuesday, May 7 and Wednesday, May 8. Photos will be taken in Room 61 of the Knight Library.
If your department needs photos for its website, newsletters, posters, and PR, or to share with other institutions, this is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. For just 10 minutes of your time, you’ll be able to get up-to-date photos to replace those dated ones your department has been living with for months or years or longer!
The fee will be $20 per person and you will receive all the photographs. We will also place each of the images in the central UO photo database at Design and Editing Services, conveniently available for your future use. Your department will pay for the photography fee via its departmental index. If your department is interested in booking six or more people consecutively for a one-hour block (or more), please contact me directly to discuss billing at a reduced per-person rate.
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Faculty Scanning Services
Image Services provides assistance for faculty members in scanning photographs, books and documents for research, presentations and publication. Our scanning technicians can digitize images, text and graphics at high resolution for digital use or for print digital output. We also provide the following kinds of image-specific scanning services
Image Services can digitize your 35mm, medium and large format slides and transparencies for power point presentations or for personal reference. Fee 2.00 per image plus 2.00 for post-production enhancement or clean-up work in Photoshop.
Image Services is equipped to scan 35mm film negatives as well as medium format and large format negatives.
Scans can be configured for placement into powerpoint presentations or delivered as tiff, jpeg or pdf files. Scans can be e-mailed back to you, loaded to our ftp site (for direct desktop download) or put on a disc or CD (# of scans and resolution determine media that can be used to return scans back to you). Fee 2.00 per image plus 2.00 for post-production enhancement or clean-up work in Photoshop.
Digital Imaging and Digital Projects
Image Services performs high-quality digitization of historical photograph materials, manuscripts, cultural artifacts and other visual materials. In addition, Image Services assists in the coordination of large scale, library wide digitization projects, consulting on equipment, advising on best practices and providing training and technical scanning support.
Image Services produces fine digital and traditional prints from the University Library's Special Collections and University Archives Photo Collections. For information on ordering prints, contact Lesli Larson.
See also Special Collections information on Duplication Fees and Rates.
Image Services can also assist with copy-stand photography; consult on capture, use and storage of digital images; and provide limited photographic documentation of events in either film or digital formats.
The Exhibit Services Unit provides outreach assistance by designing and producing posters, exhibit labels, original graphic designs and signs. Exhibit Services also provides exhibit design support for the Knight library and other exhibition spaces on campus. For specific questions or service requests, contact Cristian Boboia at email@example.com or (541)346-1940.
The Microfilming Unit creates archival copies of documents and legal records on 35mm and 16mm microfilm. Please contact Lesli Larson at firstname.lastname@example.org for rates. The primary function of the Microfilming Unit is the preservation of historic and current Oregon newspapers in the
For more information, contact Lesli Larson, Image Services Coordinator.