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Library Technology and Digital Strategies

Overview

Library Technology and Digital Strategies (LTDS) provides technology support for all of Emory's libraries, which includes centralized library staff, Goizueta Business Library,  Rose Library, Woodruff Library, Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library, as well as Pitts Theology Library, Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library, and the Oxford College Library.

  • We support technology tools for library users.
  • We support the technology tools staff use to do their jobs.
  • We can help answer your technology questions or get your questions to the right people.
  • We help effectively manage projects that have an impact on the libraries’ major strategic initiatives.

LTDS is made up of two directorates: Digital Programs and Client Services and Library Technology Development and Operations. Included in this are the major programmatic areas of discovery, web, digital library, and digital preservation.

LTDS Roadmap

The LTDS Roadmap provides a look at all projects from the Libraries' Roadmap that LTDS supports. Support may be through technology development, implementation, or upgrades but can also be via project management staff. Below are the LTDS Roadmap for the current year as well as the most recent projected future Roadmap.

FY22 LTDS Roadmap

Outlines the timeline for projects currently in flight.  Projects in dark blue are led by project managers and timeline estimates are more accurate than those in teal.

Projected Future LTDS Roadmap

Includes both projects currently in progress but also requested projects.  The roadmap items have been prioritized by members of Libraries Cabinet and has been laid out on the below timeline taking into account staffing, budget, and feasibility.