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Submitting to the Campus Digital Archive : a Step-by-Step Guide
(Dr. John Archer Library, University of Regina, 2009-07-14)
Provides screen-by-screen instructions for submitting materials to the University of Regina's campus digital archive.
Building the Archives: Collaboration between Artist and Archivist in Collection Development
This paper discusses the collaborative process of collection development employed by Archives and Special Collections at the University of Regina. It highlights the acquisition of artists' papers and touches on a recent ...
A Chicken or an Egg : Planning Your Digital Project
(University of Regina, Dr. John Archer Library, 2007-05-03)
Discusses the reasons why an institution would undertake to develop digital collections, identifies some of the challenges, and outlines issues to be considered in a project plan. Presented as part of the Digitization 101 ...
The University of Regina's Use of Digitization as an Access Tool
This paper outlines several digital projects undertaken at Archives and Special Collections at the University of Regina. The focus is on the contextual links, built into each project, and the ability of these links to ...
Reaching Out from the Other Side of the Reference Desk: A User's Perspective on Evolving Library Services
As service delivery models change, and as librarians increasingly reach out to their communities, some users reach back. The last few years have seen profound changes in the academic library environment reflecting seminal ...
Digitization Efforts in the Saskatchewan Archival Community
A brief outline of digital collections in various Saskatchewan archives. Tracing development from the first on-line archival descriptions to virtual exhibits and projects such as the Northern Portal and the Prairie Populism ...
Context and Digitization: Towards a New Model for Archives
While researchers are dependent on the soundness of archival records, most archival research is not based on a method that considers provenance, origins, and context carefully. Researchers may not be aware of the loss of ...
Evidence and Accountability: Digital Archives and Public Policy
The traditional perception of archives as the exclusive domain of historians is being challenged. More than ever archives are viewed by the public as sources for evidence of rights and as instruments in the search for ...
Trends in Digitization on the Canadian Prairies: The Saskatchewan Experience
A brief introduction to digitization activity in Saskatchewan highlighting various collaborative efforts to place archival materials on the internet.
Transforming Technical Services Staff and Librarians into Digital Library Specialists : The Continued Evolution of the University of Oregon’s Metadata and Digital Library Services
(University of Oregon Libraries, 2006-07-09)
Presented July 9 at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries in St. Louis, Missouri, this presentation discusses the steps leading up to a transformative change of the former Catalog Department of ...