• The Northeast Document Conservation Center’s 132-page Handbook for Digital Projects may be accessed at and includes chapters on the “Rationale for Digitization and Preservation,” Project Management, Selection, Copyright, a Technical Primer, Case Studies, and Digital Longevity. Most chapters are written so that the non-technical type can reach an understanding of some of the key components important to any digitization project.  
  •  “Moving Theory into Practice: Digital Imaging Tutorial,” published by the Cornell University Library/Department of Preservation and Conservation, may be accessed at The tutorial’s 10 chapters discuss terminology, selection, conversion, quality control, metadata, technical infrastructure, presentation, digital preservation, management, and continuing education.
  •  An extensive list of reports addresses conversion specifications, preservation, development policies, scanning, rights and restrictions, and other technical topics may be accessed at “Building Digital Collections: Technical Information and Background Papers” is published by the Library of Congress – American Memory. This site “documents technical activities related to the American Memory Collections produced by the National Digital Library Program (NDLP) at the Library of Congress.”
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