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Guide to Good Practice in the Digital Representation and Management of Cultural Heritage Materials

By S. Ross, R. Sharp, P. McKinney, A. Gow, M. Economou, C. Duffy, I. Anderson and NINCH Working Group on Best Practices The


Components of the Guide include: Introduction Project Planning Selecting Materials: an Iterative Process Rights Management Digitization and Encoding of Text Capture and Management of Images Audio/Video Capture and Management Quality Control and Assurance Working With Others Distribution Sustainability: Models for Long-Term Funding Assessment of Projects by User Evaluation Digital Asset Management Preservation In addition, the Guide includes the following resources: Bibliography Reports of Interviews with Digitization Sites Interview Instrument

Topics: HD Institutional Projects, HE Collaborative Projects, HF Standards, CA Policies and policy development, HB Managing national and international collections of electronic publications, E Data Description, Documentation and Standards
Year: 2002
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