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Rather than providing comprehensive coverage, this list includes introductory and reference materials that are good places to begin an exploration of issues of broad import to digitizing special formats.
 
Rather than providing comprehensive coverage, this list includes introductory and reference materials that are good places to begin an exploration of issues of broad import to digitizing special formats.
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== PROJECT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT ==
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BY FORMAT
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== METADATA, METADATA AGGREGATION, & STANDARDS ==
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== DIGITAL PRESERVATION ==
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== COPYRIGHT & INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ==
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== FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES ==

Revision as of 17:58, 19 January 2015

This list of resources has been curated by the Digital Library Federation for the benefit of cultural heritage professionals planning projects involving the digitization of rare and unique materials. Applicants to the Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives [1] program of the Council on Library and Information Resources [2] may find these helpful in planning project proposals.

Rather than providing comprehensive coverage, this list includes introductory and reference materials that are good places to begin an exploration of issues of broad import to digitizing special formats.


PROJECT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT

GENERAL


BY FORMAT


METADATA, METADATA AGGREGATION, & STANDARDS

DIGITAL PRESERVATION

COPYRIGHT & INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES