Digital Conversion and Media Reformatting: Management and Production of Digital Collections
Pike, Robin C.
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The Digital Conversion and Media Reformatting plan was written in 2012 and revised 2013-2014, as a five-year plan for the newly established department at the University of Maryland Libraries under the Digital Systems and Stewardship Division. The plan focuses on increasing digitization production, both in-house and through vendors, and creates a model for the management of this production.
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Supporting Documents for "Getting to Beta: Building a Model Collection in a World of Digital One-Offs" Gucer, Kathryn; Adams, Kristina; Schoppet, Chuck; Punzalan, Ricardo (2018-08-23)A detail from these two digitization workflows deposited here is described at length in the authors' case study "Gettting to Beta: Building a Model Collection in a World of Digital One-Offs." These two workflows are ...
Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities; Kirschenbaum, Matthew; Farr, Erika; Kraus, Kari M.; Nelson, Naomi L; Stollar Peters, Catherine; Redwine, Gabriela; Reside, Doug (2009-05)
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