Digitization from the Ground Up: Digital Imaging for Historic New England's Collections Access...
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- 1. Digitization from the Ground UpVRA 2013, Providence, R.I.David M. Dwiggins, Information Technology Officerddwiggins@historicnewengland.org
2. Historic New Englands mission 3. 5 program areas 4. Collections Access Project 5. CAP grant on digitization 6. Image selection 7. Existing Imagery20,000+ existing digital images of collections identified before digitization even started (!!!) 8. Transparencies 9. Museum Object Prints 10. Glass Plate Transit Negatives 11. Data Cleanup: Boston Transit Collection 12. The case for do it yourself photography 13. In-house publication photography 14. Getting started with object photography 15. We used to do plenty of photography internally 16. But had gotten out of the habit 17. First Harrison Gray Otis House, 1796 18. Technology in historic buildings, part I 19. Technology in historic buildings, part II 20. Equipment 21. Finished setup 22. In-situ digitization for museum objects 23. Still outsourced: Slides 24. Ok, that worked What about oversize materials? 25. Haverhill photo studio 26. Collections Storage in Haverhill 27. Goal: update photo studio for digital 28. Final Haverhill equipment 29. 30. Digital Asset Management - ResourceSpace 31. Workflow 32. Import of embedded metadata 33. DAM/collections management integrationResourceSpaceMinisis 34. Recent/upcoming 35. Digitization from the Ground UpVRA 2013, Providence, R.I.David M. Dwiggins, Information Technology Officerddwiggins@historicnewengland.org