Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Handouts from the Califa Digitization Symposium January 2009

According to its web site, "The Califa Library Group is a not for profit membership cooperative serving libraries and information organizations in California." Califa held a Digital Symposium in January and has made the presentations (PowerPoint or Word files) available for anyone to view. The presentations were:
  • Imaging/Tech Issues: John Sarnowski
  • Primary and Archival Resources: Adrian Turner of the California Digital Library
  • Newspapers - creation/access: Christine Guenther of OCLC
  • Rich Media: A Corporate View: Chris Orr: consultant, Librarian and digital archivist
  • Local History Digital Resource Projects/State funding: Ira Bray of the California State Library
  • Creating a Management Plan: Trudy Levy
  • Aren’t Those Plaid Bell-bottoms Groovy? Thea Blair of Mission Viejo Public Library
  • The Good, The Bad, & the Ugly: Digitizing on a Shoestring: Susan Goldstein of San Francisco Public Library

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