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Managing Audiovisual Digitization
A synopsis and preparation presentation of a Society of American Archivists pre-conference workshop (workshop held on August 17, 2015.
Does Content plus Access equal Use? Revealing la Révolution at the UMD Libraries
This poster traces two years of the University of Maryland (UMD) Libraries’ efforts to Reveal la Révolution by cataloging and digitizing their 18th-century French Pamphlet collection. Follow their steps as a cross-departmental ...
Establishing the In-House Internet Archive Digitization Workflow
The Internet Archive hosts many digitized assets from the University of Maryland Libraries, and its staff performs the large scale scanning. There are some archival materials, however, that due to their size, quantity, ...
The Historic Maryland Newspapers Project
This poster addresses frequently asked questions regarding the Historic Maryland Newspapers Project, such as "What is the National Digital Newspaper Program?" and "How are titles selected for digitization?" It also provides ...
Maryland Newspapers in Chronicling America
The Historic Maryland Newspaper project, a National Endowment for the Humanities grant project, has digitized over 211,000 Maryland newspaper pages since 2012, and is currently in its third grant to digitize more than ...
The Digital Diamondback: Unfolding University History through Open Standards and Open Data
Student newspapers have a long tradition of capturing unfolding narratives of campus history. As such, they are an invaluable resource for researchers interested in campus history and our staff when answering reference ...