Digital Assets and Preservation Services (DAPS)

The LITS Digital Assets and Preservation Services (DAPS) department provides digitization/digital imaging services, as well as support and advice on managing your digital materials. If you need assistance with E-Reserves, please see How to Submit E-Reserves.

  • Digitization in support of curricular/classroom needs
  • High resolution digital capture and image scanning
  • Scanning of materials from Mount Holyoke’s Archives & Special Collections
  • Project consultation, including digital scholarship initiatives

Support can range from converting a faculty slide collection into an online resource for global research to digitizing images for a single class. Curricular projects always take priority but we are committed to supporting other College needs. Curricular projects are processed on a first-come first-served basis. Turn-around time is dependent upon both the type of project and other projects currently in process.

DAPS is open Monday-Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm. Email us at: or call DAPS Digital Projects Lead, James Gehrt, at extension 3346.