New Video From OCLC Research: Scanning and Photography in Special Collections
From the YouTube Blurb:
OCLC Research Program Officer Jennifer Schaffner talks about two reports on streamlining the process of getting digitized special collections into the hands of researchers. The reports were created in collaboration with staff from OCLC Research Library Partnership institutions and are available online. “Capture and Release”: Digital Cameras in the Reading Room is available and Scan and Deliver: Managing User-initiated Digitization in Special Collections and Archives.
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