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Early British Printing Meets the Electronic Age: A Large-Scale Digitization Case Study
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Microform and Imaging Review Volume 30, Number 4, ISSN 0949-5770

Abstract

Describes the development of production requirements and technical specifications for a microfilm-to-digital conversion project that digitized early English books printed between 1475-1700. Discusses the Internet interface used for access; MARC records; indexing; partnerships with libraries and universities; scanning; database design; and quality control. (LRW)

Citation

McLean, A.J. (2001). Early British Printing Meets the Electronic Age: A Large-Scale Digitization Case Study. Microform and Imaging Review, 30(4), 127. Retrieved May 22, 2022 from .

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