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The Setup Phase of Project Open Book: A Report to the Commission on Preservation and Access on the Status of an Effort to Convert Microfilm to Digital Imagery
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Microform Review Volume 23, Number 3, ISSN 0002-6530

Abstract

This report documents the second phase of Yale University's Project Open Book, which explored the uses of digital technology for preservation of and access to deteriorating documents. Highlights include preconditions for project implementation; quality digital conversion; characteristics of source materials; digital document indexing; workflow management; selection for conversion; and project evaluation. (11 references) (LRW)

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Conway, P. & Weaver, S. (1994). The Setup Phase of Project Open Book: A Report to the Commission on Preservation and Access on the Status of an Effort to Convert Microfilm to Digital Imagery. Microform Review, 23(3), 107. Retrieved December 3, 2021 from .

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