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The organizational phase of Project Open Book

Donald J. Waters

The organizational phase of Project Open Book

a report to the Commission on Preservation and Access

by Donald J. Waters

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Published by Commission on Preservation and Access in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Project Open Book (Yale University Library),
  • Documents in optical storage.,
  • Optical storage devices -- Library applications.,
  • Image processing -- Digital techniques.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Donald Waters and Shari Weaver.
    ContributionsWeaver, Shari L., Project Open Book (Yale University Library), Commission on Preservation and Access.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination11 p. :
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14666511M

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In this first, organizational phase of Project Open Book, two objectives remain to be achieved, namely, to identify criteria for selecting the materials to convert from microfilm and to raise the necessary funds to support the next and subsequent phases of the :// Get this from a library.

The organizational phase of Project Open Book: a report to the Commission on Preservation and Access. [Donald J Waters; Shari L Weaver; Commission on Preservation and Access.] The Yale University Library is now organized to move ahead with Project Open Book, the conversion of 10, books from microfilm to digital imagery.

In the first phase of the Project--the organizational phase--a Steering Committee was established that included several faculty members, and a project team was created. In addition, Yale conducted a formal bid process and selected the Xerox ?id=ED pub The Organizational Phase of Project Open Book Waters, Don; Weaver, Shari (9/92, 11 pp.) ISBN $ Narrates the organizational phase of the university’s effort to conv volumes in microfilm format into digital image form and to explore the effects of scale on emerging preservation imaging systems.

Full Text >> This publication is now out-of-stock and can not be Presents a report originally published in describing the organizational phase of a digitizing project at the Yale University Library that planned to convert material from microfilm to digital image form.

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