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By Diane I. Hillmann

Within the "Wild West" of electronic library initiatives, pioneering info experts have exposed winning recommendations, realized what to prevent, and the way to continue amid consistent swap. As administrator of "AskDCMI," Diane Hillmann has fielded 1000s of questions from implementers. This new selection of experiences from the sphere, co-edited by way of Hillmann, is a chance for librarians to profit from the adventure of others excited about technically different electronic library archive tasks. half One illustrates initiatives serving lecturers, universities, Canadian educators, statewide collaborations, and geographical info, whereas half addresses destiny tendencies. contemplating those examples, with their unvarnished "lessons learned," librarians will derive solutions to such technical questions as: What are the most important criteria correct to electronic libraries? How do those components relate to each other and to standard library practices? How do planners combine innovative metadata matters into undertaking making plans? What does the longer term carry for harvesting, re-use, and re-purposing of data? Sharing unique leads to candid studies, the individuals offer precious details no longer on hand anyplace else. This assortment deals venture planners, metadata librarians, platforms and technical companies librarians, and catalogers a problem-solving technique and real-world complement for his or her metadata wishes.

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The CDP also provided training and consultation that would enable the institutions to undertake digitization initiatives. Guidance is provided on copyright and intellectual property issues, digital asset management, collection development 17 18 Building Heritage Colorado policy, website design, and program planning. 2 To minimize the cost of creating digital content and to assist the smaller institutions, the CDP established regionally based digital scanning centers. These centers allowed libraries and museums to produce quality images of photographs, photonegatives, small maps, letters, slides, and other materials that can be reproduced on average scanners.

In addition to the diversity of metadata standards and systems for managing the metadata, the CDP was also faced with a wide diversity of materials to integrate for the participating projects. The digital surrogates in these collections were created from primary resource materials as varied as the institutions themselves. Table 2-1 illustrates the types of initial materials for which digital objects were developed for the CDP project. METADATA WORKING GROUP RECOMMENDATIONS The challenge for the Colorado Digitization Program was to work together with institutions to integrate separate collections using a common set of TABLE 2-1 Digital materials available for initial projects Institution Resources Libraries Photographs (photonegatives, photos, glass plate negatives), diaries, notebooks, letters, manuscripts, posters, and music scores Museums Fossils, plant specimens, pottery, other artifacts, archival papers, letters, and photographs Archives Material culture collections, text, diaries, letters, and photographs Historical Societies Photographs, artifacts, diaries, and material culture collections 20 Building Heritage Colorado metadata standards while retaining the unique character of each collection.

The CDP began with the concept that through the process of creating Heritage Colorado, the CDP would be integrating metadata from institutions that used different standards and records which vary in quality, depth of description, and extensibility of description. Because the content of the records differed greatly from institution to institution, the challenges for the CDP were to minimize the differences in the standards among several institutions, develop tools for normalizing data as part of the preprocessing of data, and enrich the DC records with additional controlled vocabulary.

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