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Computers in Libraries
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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 3 March 2007
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: Scanning, Digitizing, Preserving


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Scanning for Digitization ProjectsClick here for full-text options
You can just slap pages onto a scanner or you can capture every pixel in all its glory. Think about it: You can make better archival images if you really understand what scan drivers do, how scanners use light, and how to choose file formats. This primer can help you become a super scanner.
by Larry Wentzel

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Weaving the Past into the Present by Digitizing Local HistoryClick here for full-text options
The people in charge of a project called Digital Past have managed to get more than 30 organizations to weave their resources together to form a colorful Web site of Illinois history. Contributors started digitizing back in the ’90s before scanning was standardized, and they’ve managed to change along with the times ever since.
by Kay Schlumpf and Rob Zschernitz

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On Your Mark, Get Set, Go! Overview of a Digital Project from Start to FinishClick here for full-text options
Rome wasn’t built in a day, nor was an online collection of 105 years’ worth of association publications. But a team of Georgia librarians had the stamina for a marathon project that lasted 2 years. Members even built their own digital library system along the way, and so far, the finished site has logged more than 65,000 unique visits.
by Doug Goans, Pam Hackbart-Dean, and Lauren Kata

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COLUMNS
Libraries in Computers
File Formats and the Librarian’s SupersuitClick here for full-text options
By Daniel Chudnov
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The Systems Librarian
An Update on Open Source ILSClick here for full-text options
By Marshall Breeding

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Online Treasures
By Digitizing, Are We Trading Future Accessibility for Current Availability?Click here for full-text options
By Janet L. Balas

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Building Digital Libraries
Cool Tips for Digital CuratorsClick here for full-text options
By Terence K. Huwe

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DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Notes
Digging into DigitizingClick here for full-text options
By Kathy Dempsey
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Noted & QuotedClick here for full-text options Page 36
Books to Check Out Page 38
Tech Tips for Every Librarian
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By Rachel Singer Gordon and Michael Stephens
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SPECIAL SECTION
Computers in Libraries 2007 Conference Preview Page 39
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