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  • Thumbnail for Expanding effective 21st century access to historical and academic materials : examples, strategies and implications
    Expanding effective 21st century access to historical and academic materials : examples, strategies and implications by Davis, Mitchell , Morris, Carolyn

    Given the capabilities for digitization that have emerged in recent years along with mobile access to the Internet, new library and business partnerships are now not only possible but also compelling in various ways. HTML5 web apps now make available library collections that historically have been closed or difficult to access. A partnership involving The British Library, Microsoft and BiblioLabs realizes some of these new potentials.

  • Thumbnail for A nation-wide planning framework for large-scale collaboration on legacy print monograph collections
    A nation-wide planning framework for large-scale collaboration on legacy print monograph collections by Payne, Lizanne , Kieft, Robert Henry

    Libraries are working toward collaborative management and preservation of print journals, newspapers, legal materials, and government documents; they must also establish a similar concerted effort focused on print monographs. Monographs present complex challenges at a time when libraries want to ensure the preservation of the print record but have increasing incentives to divest of older, less used print materials and take advantage of the affordances of electronic text. With LYRASIS as lead organization, planning partners California Digital Library (CDL), Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC), and Center for Research Libraries (CRL) were awarded a grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to conduct a workshop titled “Developing a North-American Strategy to Preserve & Manage Print Collections of Monographs.” Workshop participants discussed the challenges and issues involved in collaborative monograph preservation and formulated an agenda of research and demonstration projects to test elements of a strategy.

  • Thumbnail for  Volunteer Voices : Tennessee’s collaborative digitization program
    Volunteer Voices : Tennessee’s collaborative digitization program by Conner, Tiffani R. , Middleton, Ken, 1964- , Feltner-Reichert, Melanie , Carter, Andy

    This article provides an overview of Volunteer Voices, Tennessee’s statewide digitization program. The authors focus on the three-year Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) National Leadership Grant that provided the foundation for future growth of the digitization program. In addition to an overview of the content selection, metadata issues, software selection, digital preservation, and K-12 education emphasis of the grant project, the article includes a detailed description of the work of the digitization and content specialists who selected and scanned items across the state. The article concludes with a look at post-grant efforts to promote the sustainability of Volunteer Voices.