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Designing and implementing a digitization workflow for post-custodial initiatives at the Benson Latin American Collection, UT Austin
This poster will detail the book digitization workflow developed at the University of Texas at Austin's Benson Latin American Collection in Fall 2016, implemented as part of a British Library Endangered Archives Programme ...
Batch Importing into DSpace with the SAFCreator
A commonly difficult use case for any digital repository is the ingest of large batches of items. Batches can come from all sorts of campus and community stakeholders with varying types and quantities of content, differing ...
Collection Development for an Institutional Repository through Collaborations between Departments
Poster presentation: St. Mary’s University School of Law’s Sarita Kenedy East Law Library recently launched an institutional repository. The School of Law and law library had no preexisting digital collections. In order ...
The Development and Implementation of an Interdepartmental Digitization Workflow
The science of creating workflows that involve multiple departments within a large organization can be challenging, especially when the projects handled by the workflow are complex and involve a number of stakeholders. ...
Google-izing Projects: Managing Large-Scale Digitization Projects via the Cloud
The Riley Digitization Center at Baylor University manages many projects throughout the year, digitizing thousands of items and hundreds of thousands of pages. To handle high-volume throughput, track project status, manage ...
Do more with less: Potential automated ETD cataloging with batch processing
At UT Libraries, current metadata workflows for electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) require catalogers to create records in separate systems concurrently: (1) Dublin Core for the DSpace institutional repository via ...