Concierge 51: Digitization Services in-depth: Beyond formats and workflows

February 27, 2019
Ellie Buckley
Concierge Keys

Digitization services encompasses a diverse mix of preservation and access needs, ranging from scanning printed maps to digitizing historic media to migrating and preserving digital materials. This session will feature Dinah Handel (Digitization Services manager) providing an overview of digitization at the Stanford Libraries followed by a panel featuring Deardra Fuzzell (Cartographic Technology Specialist), Michael Olson (Born Digital/Forensics Lab), and Geoff Willard (Media Preservation Production Coordinator) discussing the intricacies of delivering high quality support for born digital and analog materials. The panelists will delve into the specifics of process and discuss some of the specialized equipment and features of the labs, machine optimization, and select recent projects.

  • Monday, March 11, 11 am-noon, EAL 224. This session will also be available via Zoom.
  • Thursday, March 14, 3-4 pm, IC Classroom.

Both sessions will be video recorded. Please sign up for one of the sessions on Canvas. First, enroll in the Concierge Project's Canvas “course” if you haven’t done so yet. Then sign up for a session under the People > Groups tab. The Zoom link will be announced via Canvas 30 minutes prior to the first session.

(Edited 2/28/19 to update panel members.)

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