King's Image Library
Archives & Special Collections are the business owners of the university's Digital Asset Management System (Celum) which manages King's Image Library.
This is the central repository for images, artwork and videos that the university owns, produces or commissions. It includes images used for current business and older images that have historical value.
The Image Library is available to all King's College London staff at http://digitalassets.kcl.ac.uk. First time users will need to register for an account with IT Services.
Terms and conditions
Terms and Conditions of using the Image Library and Frequently Asked Questions have been produced by the Brand Communications team within External Relations.
Archives & Special Collections have produced a range of guidance to help you access and use the Image Library.
Images uploaded to the ‘Image Library’ section of the system should either be copyright free or copyright of King’s College London. The name of the photographer and details of the licence agreement should be recorded. If you are in any doubt as to the copyright status, please email the Copyright team.
All King’s College London staff are reminded that images are cleared for university use only. If the images are required for any other purposes, contact must be made with the Copyright team to ensure that the copyright owners’ rights will not be breached.
Further advice on use of the Image Library can be obtained from the Archives team; email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 7848 2015.
Staff wishing to download images owned by another department should email the following contacts: