Building Sustainable Digital Collections: Challenges and Opportunities
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An overview of issues pertinent to sustainability in the design and planning of digital programs on the collection, object, metadata, and project levels, with examples highlighting these challenges and opportunities at the University of Oregon.
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Chappell, Shirien (University of Oregon Libraries, 2006)Planning a major shift of a library collection is not as complex as it is tedious. Careful measurement and excruciating attention to detail will almost always guarantee success. If your shift is large (lots of books, ...
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