|Author||: Anne R. Kenney|
|Release Date||: 2000|
|Available Language||: English, Spanish, And French|
Table of contents 1. Introduction: Moving Theory into Practice Anne R. Kenney and Oya Y. Rieger, Cornell University Library sidebars: What Users Want From Digital Image Collections, Beth Sandore, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library Real-Life Choices, Abby Smith, Council on Library and Information Resources Make Your Digital Imaging Program Successful: Involve the Stakeholders, Don Willis, Connectex, LLC, and Drew Lathin, STS Design Consultants, LLC 2. Selection for Digital Conversion Paula de Stefano, New York University Libraries sidebars: Selection for Digitization in Academic Research Libraries: One Way to Go, Ross Atkinson, Cornell University Library Selection of Special Collections Materials for Digitization at the University of Washington Libraries, Geri Bunker Ingram and Carla Rickerson, University of Washington Libraries Digitizing the Record of a Colonial Culture: Ferguson 1840-45, Ross Coleman, University of Sydney Selecting Collections and Selecting Technology: American Memory at the Library of Congress, Carl Fleischhauer, National Digital Library Program, Library of Congress What About Copyright?, Georgia Harper, University of Texas System 3. Digital Benchmarking for Conversion and Access Anne R. Kenney sidebars: Digitizing Science: JSTOR Faces New Challenges, Elizabeth Bennet, JSTOR Production Services, Princeton University Benchmarking Digitizing Systems for Photographs, Franziska S. Frey, Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology Interpreting Digital Scanner/Camera Specifications, Don Williams, Eastman Kodak Company 4. Establishing a Quality Control Program Oya Y. Rieger sidebars: An Overview of Image-Quality Metrics, Don Williams, Eastman Kodak Company Metadata Quality Control, Richard Marisa, Electronic Publishing Initiatives, Cornell Information Technologies What Does the Color Characterization of Digital Still Cameras Standard Promise for the Digital Imaging Community?, Peter D. Burns, Eastman Kodak Company 5. Metadata: Principles, Practices, and Challenges Carl Lagoze and Sandra Payette, Department of Computer Science, Cornell University sidebars: Choices: MARC or Dublin Core?, Diane I. Hillmann, Cornell University Library TIFF Header: A Reference Stamp for Image Files, Norbert Lossau and Frank Klaproth, Lower Saxony State and University Library 6. Enhancing Access to Digital Image Collections: System Building and Image Processing John Price-Wilkin, Digital Library Production Service, University of Michigan sidebars: OCR Trends and Implications, Kenn Dahl, Prime Recognition Content-Based Image Retrieval, John P. Eakins, University of Northumbria at Newcastle Raster, Vector, and Automated Raster-to-Vector Conversion, Yecheng Wu, Able Software Corporation 7. Image Management Systems and Web Delivery Peter B. Hirtle, Cornell Institute for Digital Collections, Cornell University sidebars: On the Bleeding Edge, Bruce H. Bruemmer, University of Minnesota Libraries Delivering The AMICO Library through RLG's Eureka Service, Arnold Arcolio and Bruce Washburn, Research Libraries Group Electronic Document Management Systems as Archival Image Repositories, Deborah Skaggs, Frank Russell Company 8. Projects to Programs: Developing a Digital Preservation Policy Oya Y. Rieger sidebars: Principles for Creating a Basic Preservation Strategy, Margaret Hedstrom, School of Information, University of Michigan Confronting Obsolescence: An Archival Lifestyle, Janet K. Vavra, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) Refreshing: Lessons Learned in a Library, Deborah Woodyard, National Library of Australia 9. Projects to Programs: Mainstreaming Digital Imaging Initiatives Anne R. Kenney sidebars: When the Ideal Meets the Pragmatic or the Rubber Meets the Road, Sarah Thomas, Cornell University Library Outsourcing Digitization: A Service Provider's Perspective, Meg Bellinger, Preservation Resources Production Tracking, Paul Conway, Yale University Library Cumulative Evolution as Revolution: Four Trends that will Change the Rules for Digital Imaging Projects, Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information Digital Barn Raising, Deanna B. Marcum, Council on Library and Information Resources Sustainability through Integration, Susan M. Yoder, Research Libraries Group.