The Document Imaging service provides a way for important university documents to be scanned, organized, searched, stored, viewed and maintained. The system stores millions of document images in searchable databases. This service allows BYU Provo, Idaho and Hawaii to exchange and store documents in one centralized system. The Document Imaging system is developed and maintained by the Applications Engineering division of the OIT Engineering department.
Each document entered into the Document Imaging service is classified as a specific document type, and permission to see any document of a specific document type requires a user to have at least one of the designated Document Imaging user authorization types and also to belong to at least one of the Document Imaging security groups authorized to see that document type. These permissions can only be granted by Document Imaging users who have "Imaging Administrator" authorization: currently Kristine Horn (kmh4) for Academic Records Imaging and Jerry Sandbakken (jas4) for Financial Services Imaging.
The feedback box, located below, is intended for general comments on this page or service information and NOT for help with specific technical issues you are having with the service itself. If you would like a response to your feedback, be sure to include your contact information or log into it.byu.edu using the login button at the top of this page.