Thursday, December 08, 2005

Digiwik: The Digitization Wiki

diglet found and mentioned this. I'm not sure who's behind it, but there is good content here already, although much more needs to be said/included. It's a wiki, so it if you have time, chip in!

BTW perhaps we should get some students, who are learning about digitization, the assignment to add in information?

Addendum (4:40 p.m.) -- Looking at the wiki, you'll see that the person stated in out of a need "to put together a paper on digitizing audio and video for my library...." So, yes, it leans more in that direction at the moment (as a commenter noted). But it is a start that we can add to!

I'm teaching a class in digitization in the spring and can see getting students to spend some time adding to it.

1 comment:

Dennis Moser said...

Actually, while wha is there appears to be good stuff, I found the overall content to be frighteningly thin and very biased towards audio/video. Mind you, not that A/V isn't in a heap of hurt and needs all the help we can throw at it...but only FOUR file format articles?

It's time to get to work and get some things written! Register today and add to this effort!