Digital Collections

Explore thousands of items including theses, dissertations, faculty scholarship, archival materials, audio, video and more on RADAR: Repository of AUC Digital collections, Archives, and Research.

Digitized archival collections feature a myriad of subjects and formats including photographs, audio and video resources, and publications. Scholarly works include Atlanta University Center theses and dissertations, electronic journals, faculty publications, student scholarship, and audio and video recordings of programs and conferences.

Many digital collections are available from anywhere on the web, while other collections, such as The Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr. Collection, are available only within the Archives Research Center.


Explore thousands of items including theses, dissertations, faculty scholarship, archival materials, audio, video and more in RADAR, AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library's repository.

Digital Exhibits

Online digital exhibits provide curated and enhanced access to digitized archival collections held by the Atlanta University Center's Robert W. Woodruff Library.

HBCU Library Alliance Digital Collection

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. 

AUC GLAM Initiative

The Atlanta University Center (AUC) Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) Initiative for Collaborative Teaching and Learning, an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded pilot project, promotes deeper faculty and student engagement with primary sources and artwork from the Archives Research Center, Spelman Museum of Fine Art and Clark Atlanta University Art Museum. The GLAM portal provides virtual access to the culturally rich holdings of the AUC collections through a curated selection of images, exhibits and projects.  

Our Story Project

Our Story is a two and a half-year, collaborative grant funded project between the Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library, Spelman College Archives, and the Digital Library of Georgia (DLG). Once completed, archives related to the following schools will be more easily discoverable throughout the world for scholarship about various aspects of African American higher education.

Spreading the Word Project

The Spreading the Word Project, funded by a grant from the National Endowment for Humanities, will organize, describe, digitize and prepare for access fourteen collections of rare materials on African American religion spanning from the late 19th century to early 20th century, and from the 1950s to 2000s.