About the UH Digital Library

The University of Houston Digital Library is a comprehensive digital library, which provides for our students, faculty, and the greater community a rich and exciting environment for the discovery of digital resources and knowledge.

The Digital Library and Audio/Video Repository make available digital collections of materials documenting the University of Houston, city of Houston, and state of Texas, as well as other historically and culturally significant materials.

The Digital Library prides itself on serving as a catalyst for collaboration among campus knowledge centers in order to collect, preserve and make available research and scholarship that is created or maintained by the University of Houston in digital form. 

Collections within the UH Digital Library and the Audio/Video Repository are mainly derived from Special Collections department within the MD Anderson Library, the William R. Jenkins Architecture & Art Library and the Music Library.  A few collections are from the UH Hilton College's Hospitality Industry Archives.

For more information about these libraries and collections, see:

In addition to the rare historical items in the Digital Library, more rare historical audio and video items are available in the University of Houston Libraries Audio/Video Repository.


For more information about and how you can support UH Library's digital initiatives please contact:

Anne Washington
Metadata Services Coordinator
M.D. Anderson Library
4333 University Drive
Houston, TX 77204-2000