University of Missouri Partners With National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA)
Here’s coverage from the Columbia Missourian:
A new partnership between the MU Libraries and the National Digital Stewardship Alliance promises to help keep the archive, estimated at 41,000 items, growing.
The digital alliance offers grant opportunities to pay for new scanners that can produce higher quality digital images from microfilm and other equipment and the hiring of more employees.
“We want to preserve, but we also want to provide access,” Dorothy Carner, head of libraries at the MU Journalism Library, said.
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