Collaborative Boutique Digitization: Comparison of Two Projects
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Focuses on 2 digital projects, King County Snapshots (2001-2003) and Olympic Peninsula Community Museum (2004-2006). Compares and contrasts the two projects. Frames the discussion inside the goals of each project. Frames further discussion inside the project visions of creating models as opposed to the needs to produce digital assets and web sites. Focuses on the following areas of digitization projects: sustainability, collaboration, quality of relationships, project staff, professionalism, digitization and scanning, file management, preservation, item selection, legal issues, partnership agreements, geographic space.
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