Digitization in the Real World: Lessons Learned from Small and Medium-sized Digitization Projects, Part 1

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Kwong Bor Ng, Jason Kucsma
Lulu.com, 2010 - Computers - 577 pages
Digitization in the Real World highlights 34 cases of digital collection building in libraries, archives, museums, and cultural heritage institutions throughout North America. This book is written by practitioners for practitioners focusing on lessons learned from small to medium-sized digitization projects.
 

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Contents

An Omekabased Pilot Digital
23
How a Small Library and a
41
Building the ALBA Digital Library
57
a Case Study
86
Waterways of New York
100
Digital Collections
123
Possibilities
136
The Jewish Theological Seminary
154
New Jersey Digital Legal Library
289
A Historical Snapshot of Campus and Area
302
Scaling Back for an Experimental Collection
321
Digitizing Colorado State Universitys Historic Photograph
355
One Catalog Librarians
370
of a Child Art Collection
383
The Evolution of a Digital Repository
423
Central
450

Creating
172
Digitizing the Rare Book Collection of the Leo Baeck
185
A Digitization Project in a Small
195
A StateWide Scanning
223
Education and Exhibition at
242
Digitization in Universities
259
Digitization of the Yale Daily News Historical Archive
274
Digitizing Astronaut Jack Swigerts Apollo
470
A Case Study
490
Library Leadership in Creating
503
A Journey in Collaborative
518
A CrossDepartmental
541
The METRO
556
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