This free workshop focuses on high-volume digitisation of bound materials e.g. books, manuscripts, newspapers, magazines, registers and ephemera.
This is a growing area of interest for technical and project managers, practitioners and researchers, and useful for anyone interested in what is also known as ‘mass’ or Large Scale Digitisation Initiatives (LSDIs).
Bringing together experts, UK and European case studies, the latest technical developments and good practices, the day is intended to provide an outline awareness of what is involved in planning LSDIs for digital preservation or digital access. This includes LSDI feasibility, logistics, scaling, outsourcing, costing, risks, quality, metadata, OCR and FAQs.
The day will include real-time demos of robotic-arm scanners with opportunities for two way dialogue and open questions.
The New Technology Institute, Birmingham
Wed 23rd September 2009 (all day)
More Information & How to Register
For more details and the workshop programme please click here . Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. (0)121 331 6350 and ask for Bev Dodd or Beth Delwiche for information or to register.
Deadline for registration
Fri 18th September 2009. Attendance is free until the deadline, but places are limited so attendees are urged to reserve places early and avoid possible disappointment !
This workshop is sponsored by JISC as part of the JISC Digitisation programme.