Emory's Digital Media Gallery

ArtStor, Emory Digital Collections, Digital Images

Emory has high-quality digital images for research and teaching. Find images to use and cite in your work.

Image Resources

  • Emory Digital Collections provides access to image and artifact collections from the Emory Libraries including the Robert Langmuir African American Photograph Collection.
  • Artstor Digital Library presents extensive curated collections of digital images, including many Emory-only image collections, such as the Carlos Museum artworks.  ArtStor contains media from the world’s museums, archives, scholars, and artists, with a specialized suite of tools for teaching and learning with visual materials — all rights-cleared for education and research.
  • Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive  presents more than 65,000 images of biblical illustrations, portraits of religious leaders, printers' devices, engravings of church buildings, and other theological topics. 
  • Readux: Read. Annotate. Publish. Readux, an open source software platform developed at Emory University, offers a web-based space to engage with digitized print materials.
  • Luna is an image storage, management, and delivery system designed for research and teaching.  Contents of all Luna collections are made available for educational use only. 

For more information, consult the library research guide on "Finding and Using Digital Images". This guide will lead you through the process of identifying image collections (searching for images in licensed and Emory-built image collections and finding images on the open web) and then using them (understanding permissions and citing images correctly).


Key Features and Benefits

  • Provides access to over 200,000 digital images in more than a dozen digital image collections from Emory Libraries and other institutions.