The AUC Woodruff Library's digital collections encompass a broad perspective of subjects and archival collections. Collections include Atlanta University Center e-scholarship such as theses, dissertations and electronic journals. Many digital collections are available from anywhere on the web, while other collections are available only within the Archives Research Center. The Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr. Collection and the Tupac Amaru Shakur Collection digital collections are available only within the Archives Research Center.
The Asa G. Hilliard, III papers spans the years between 1933 and 2007. Digitized audio-visual materials from the Asa G. Hilliard, III Papers feature speeches, lectures, and presentations given by Dr. Hilliard and others between 1964 and 2000, throughout the United States. Topics include Afrocentricity, Egypt, Black history, education, and school psychology.
Spanning the years 1943-1969, the Interdenominational Theological Center Audio Recordings Collection features recordings of sermons and presentations delivered to ITC students. Speakers include prominent ITC faculty and staff, clergy from other religious institutions, students, and visiting dignitaries.
The Vivian Wilson Henderson Papers document the personal and professional activities of the 18th president of Clark College. The audio-visual materials featured here date primarily from the 1960s and include recordings of speeches and panel discussions on economic development and African-American education, as well as Clark College ceremonies.
A series of Atlanta University photographs are available within the Digital Library of Georgia. The photograph collection represents late nineteenth and early-twentieth century photograph collection that documents the history of Atlanta University, its students, alumni, and supporters.
Seeking to Tell a Story is a digital exhibit that is a part of an ongoing initiative to collect, display and share the story of the Atlanta Student Movement. The collection highlights photographs, publications, newspaper and journal articles, the Committee on Appeal for Human Rights, and AUC Student Movement Anniversaries.
DigitalCommons is portal to electronic journals, theses and dissertations, and faculty and student scholarship from the Atlanta University Center, as well as historic documents, publications, photographs, and audio and video recordings from the collections of the Archives Research Center.
A collaborative digital collection of primary resources celebrating the founding of the Historically Black College and University, the HBCU LA Digital Collection includes photographs, university correspondence, images of campus buildings, memorabilia, and programs from campus events.