Project Highlights

sample page from the redesigned library web site, African Collection

Web Site Redesign

Websites and subject guides have been redesigned. The migration to the new design is ongoing. Learn more.

Sample image from EliScholar showing cover of Nepal Studies Association Newsletter

EliScholar

A repository for the scholarly output of researchers at Yale University. Learn more.

Search result screen example from the Articles+ showing facet for discipline and the date limit feature.

Articles+

Articles+ will upgrade to Summon 2.0. Enhancements include the addition of disciplines. Learn more.

Digital Collections

Several projects are involved in the creation of a unified infrastructure for digital collections.  Learn more.

Unified Discovery

Many library search interfaces are being consolidated into one search interface. Learn more.

Expert Users

A program for training staff embedded in departments to help with troubleshooting technical problems. Learn more.

Propose a New Project
If you have a project which you would like to work on with Library IT, we would like to hear about it. To start a conversation with us about a project, please complete the Library IT Project Proposal Form. IT staff will contact you after the form is submitted. Please note this form is for the Yale University community and requires log in with a valid Yale NetID and password. 

About Library IT

Library IT provides multiple IT-related services to the Yale Library and the Yale community. The staff supports a variety of library-wide systems, including the integrated library system (Orbis), interlibrary loan, e-reserves, special collections, and the library website. The department maintains over 800 workstations, plus a growing number of mobile devices. Library IT also maintains almost a petabyte of storage, and approximately 80 servers, virtual and physical. In addition to maintaining the library's computers, webpages, and infrastructure, much of the work in the department is project based. Library IT projects are initiated to provide the Yale community with seamless and transparent access to the library's rich resources, including physical, electronic, and digitized materials. Custom programming projects are also undertaken in support of digital collections and improved search and discovery tools. Through the development of these projects and other initiatives, Library IT will provide the Yale community with a high level of service on par with peer academic institutions.