Survey of library & museum digitization projects
Survey of library and museum digitization projects
This report looks closely at how academic, public and special libraries and museums are digitizing special and other collections. The study is based on detailed data on costs, equipment use, staffing, cataloging, marketing, licensing revenue and other facets of digitization projects from nearly 100 libraries and museums in the United States, the UK, continental Europe, Canada, and Australia. The study covers and presents data separately for digitizers of photographs, film and video, music and audio, text and re-digitization of existing digital mediums. Data is also broken out by budget size, region of the world, type of institution and other factors. Data presented separately for academic libraries, public and government libraries, special libraries and museums.
Primary Research Group
Digital preservation; Library materials; Museums; Surveys; Digitization
Previously Published As
Survey of library & museum digitization projects. New York : Primary Research Group, c2010.