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Titre
Digital imaging for libraries and archives
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Description
207 p. : photos n&b; tabl. ; [cahier anneaux]
Résumé
The volume begins with a theoretical overview of the key concepts, vocabulary, and challenges associated with digital conversion of paper-and film-based materials. This is followed by an overview of the hardware/software, communications, and managerial considerations associated with implementing a technical infrastructure to support a full imaging program. Additional chapters present information on the creation of databases and indexes, the implications of outsourcing imaging services, converting photographs and film intermediates, issues associated with providing long-term access to digital information, and suggestions for continuing education. The guide is issued in loose-leaf format and includes two formula cards designed to assist librarians and archivists with determining conversion, storage, and access requirements.
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Cote
0050 K4.1
Langue
Anglais

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