Creating Digital Collections: A Practical Guide
Libraries recognize the importance of digitizing archival material to improve access to and preservation of their special collections. This book provides a step-by-step guide for creating digital collections, including examples and practical tips that have never been published before.
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Planning and managing digitisation projects
Selecting material for digitisation
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AACR2 administrative metadata archival backup batch bit depth browse options cataloguing Categories Weight collections management system colour components compression configuration content files controlled vocabularies customising database DCMS DCPC descriptive metadata developed digital asset management digital collection systems digital collections management digital content digital image digital objects digital preservation digitisation projects display dissemination documents DSpace Dublin Core evaluating example file formats file naming convention filenames flexible full-text functionality graphic Greenstone identify image files implement important indexing institutional repositories institutions issue JPEG Library Software master files metadata elements metadata schemas metadata standards navigation OAI-PMH open source software original material photographs pixels plug-in repository scanner scanning selection criteria server software package special collections specific staff storage structural metadata Subcategory score Category technical thumbnail total score user interface design Washington Merry-Go-Round WRLC