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Home Economics Archive: Research, Tradition, and History

Home Economics Archive: Research, Tradition, and History, Cornell University is one of eight case studies used in Searching for Sustainability: Strategies from Eight Digitized Special Collections (PDF)  (by Nancy L. Maron, Sarah Pickle, and Deanna Marcum), an article published in November 2013 by ARL and Ithaka S+R and funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

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Grateful Dead Archive Online

Grateful Dead Archive Online, University of California, Santa Cruz is one of eight case studies used in Searching for Sustainability: Strategies from Eight Digitized Special Collections (PDF)  (by Nancy L. Maron, Sarah Pickle, and Deanna Marcum), an article published in November 2013 by ARL and Ithaka S+R and funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

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Florida Folklife Collection

Florida Folklife Collection, Florida Department of State, Division of Library & Information Services is one of eight case studies used in Searching for Sustainability: Strategies from Eight Digitized Special Collections (PDF)  (by Nancy L. Maron, Sarah Pickle, and Deanna Marcum), an article published in November 2013 by ARL and Ithaka S+R and funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

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Strategies to Sustain Digitized Special Collections: Key Lessons from Ithaka S+R/ARL Report “Searching for Sustainability”

A A S Vigilantes of Montana posterVigilantes of Montana poster, courtesy American Antiquarian SocietyMuseums and libraries are taking advantage of advances in technology to move their rare and unique collections online.  What most institutions learn quickly is that digitization is the easy part. As grant funding rarely covers ongoing operations, the larger challenge is to develop a successful strategy to make sure the digitized collections remain accessible and relevant over time.

 
 

Biodiversity Heritage Library

Biodiversity Heritage Library, Smithsonian Institution is one of eight case studies used in Searching for Sustainability: Strategies from Eight Digitized Special Collections (PDF)  (by Nancy L. Maron, Sarah Pickle, and Deanna Marcum), an article published in November 2013 by ARL and Ithaka S+R and funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

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