UNCG Digital Collections, hosted and coordinated by the Electronic Resources and Information Technologies (ERIT) Department of the UNC Greensboro University Libraries, is responsible for the digitization of primary source materials and other historical and archival resources both within the University Libraries and for external keepers of unique historical material, including UNCG faculty and local cultural heritage organizations.

Currently staffed by three full-time employees, two employees shared with other departments, and several student assistants and grant-funded staff, the digitization unit handles a variety of projects within theĀ UNCG Digital Collections.

David Gwynn, Associate Professor and Digitization Coordinator, heads the unit and oversees all digitized content and metadata creation. He also coordinates digitization of collections held by community partners.