Going digital : strategies for access, preservation, and conversion of collections to a digital format / Donald L. DeWitt, editor.

Saved in:
Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: DeWitt, Donald L., 1938-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Haworth Press, 1998.
Subjects:
Table of Contents:
  • Partners and alliances / Robert C. Berring
  • Local or remote access: choices and issues / Nancy M. Cline
  • Building Xanadu: creating the new library paradise / Jerry D. Campbell
  • Return to the valley of the dolls: reflections on changing lanes along the information superhighway / Douglas Greenberg
  • Digital preservation and access: liberals and conservatives / M. Stuart Lynn
  • From analog to digital: extending the preservation tool kit / Anne R. Kenney, Paul Conway
  • Long-term intellectual preservation / Peter S. Graham
  • Transforming libraries through digital preservation / Donald J. Waters
  • Why make images available online: user perspectives / Hinda F. Sklar
  • Options for digitizing visual materials / Ricky L. Erway
  • The role of digitization in building electronic collections: economic and programmatic choices / Clifford A. Lynch
  • Mapping the intersection of selection and funding / Nancy E. Gwinn
  • What will collection development do? / Samuel Demas
  • The technology context / Ricky L. Erway
  • The access context / Margo Crist, John Price-Wilkin
  • The copyright context / Robert L. Oakley
  • The preservation context / Tamara Swora
  • The collection management perspective / Linda M. Matthews
  • The public services perspective / Karin Trainer
  • The systems perspective / Dale Flecker
  • The preservation perspective / Barclay W. Ogden
  • Institutionalizing digitization / Nancy S. Allen.