We provide digitisation services and advice to the UQ Community in support of research, teaching and learning.

We digitise significant parts of Library collections to make them easier to find and access. This includes scanning items such as maps, architectural plans, photographs, 3D objects, bound volumes, theses and departmental papers.

Consult with us if you need high-quality specialised digitisation for research projects, teaching, format shifting or publication. 

Digitisation services

We can support your research, teaching or Higher Degree by Research (HDR) studies.

Research projects

We digitise rare and unique materials from our collection to support your research project.

We can also digitise materials by consultation for your:

  • Text analysis
  • Data visualisations
  • Publication
  • Image processing

Teaching and learning

We digitise material to support teaching and learning including:

  • Audio visual material
  • Rare books
  • Architectural plans

The material you request will be available from UQ eSpace.

Digitisation costs

We will provide an itemised quote for the cost of digitisation.

We may suggest alternative digitisation providers if we cannot fulfil your request.

All digitisation is subject to copyright.  We aim to digitise requests within 10 working days however, depending on the quantity, format of the material and the processes required, the turnaround may vary. 

We comply with accepted standards and practices for digital capture, storage, preservation and access. For more information about standards, please view the National Library of Australia image capture standards.

Request a digitisation consultation

Contact us to discuss your digitisation requirements. ​

Digitisation in action

Enjoy this story made possible through the digitisation of our collections.

Photography in Fryer

The process of photography in the nineteenth and twentieth century was nothing like what we know today. The focus of this story is on people and places over time. The story shares some of the Fryer Library's photographic images of people and places over time to provide insight into the past around regional Queensland, Brisbane, and campus life at UQ. 

Read this story   View more digital stories from our collections