Starting a Digitization Center by Cokie G. AndersonStarting a Digitization Center by Cokie G. Anderson

Starting a Digitization Center

byCokie G. Anderson

Paperback | April 1, 2004

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Starting a Digitization Center provides a complete overview of the digitization process and how to set up a digitization center, from the earliest stages of development to putting collections online. It covers: Essential steps and standards, acquiring the essentials needed for imaging/digitizing, including equipment, software, hardware, personnel and housing, finding partners/collaborators, locating training and online resources, obtaining funding, setting up guidelines, formats, websites and putting collections online.
  • Stresses the importance of collaboration, tips for finding partners and working with others
  • Serves as a practical handbook and it acts as a manual, and guides readers to finding more advanced resources
  • Focuses on creating a good digitisation center/project with extremely limited funds and/or low budget
Cokie Anderson has been an Assistant Professor at Oklahoma State University since 2000, and directs the University Library's Electronic Publishing Center. She is one of the founding members of , a collaborative effort by Oklahoma libraries, archives, and museums to digitise cultural materials.David C. Maxwell is the Coordinator at Okla...
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Title:Starting a Digitization CenterFormat:PaperbackDimensions:9.21 × 6.14 × 0.44 inPublished:April 1, 2004Publisher:Chandos Publishing (Oxford) Ltd.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1843340739

ISBN - 13:9781843340737

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Getting started
Hardware
Software
The digitization process
Collaboration: ways of working together
Funding
Putting collections online
Preservation planning