Bibliography on Optical Scanning for Preservation

Perry Willett
Main Library
Indiana University
Phone: 812-855-1891

Arps, Mark. CD-ROM: archival considerations. IN: Mohlhenrich, Janice, ed. Preservation of electronic formats and electronic formats for preservation. Fort Atkinson, Wis: Highsmith Press, 1993, p. 83-107.

Gartner, Richard. Moves toward the electronic Bodleian : introducing digital imaging into the Bodleian Library, Oxford [Abstract of talk]. IN: The Association for Computers and the Humanities and The Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing. 1993 Joint International Conference June 16-19, 1993: Conference Abstracts. Washington DC: Georgetown University, 1993. p. 127-128.

Kenney, Anne R. The Cornell/Xerox/Commission on Preservation and Access Joint Study in digital preservation: report, phase 1, January 1990-December 1991: digital capture, paper facsimiles and network access. Washington DC: Commission on Preservation and Access, 1992.

Stewart, Robert W. Does this project deserve the Erasmus Prize? : some troubling thoughts about a large electronic imaging project. Conservation Administration News, no. 54. p.4-5, 33-35.

Waters, Donald J. From microfilm to digital imagery: on the feasibility of a project to study the means, costs and benefits of converting large quantities of preserved library materials from microfilm to digital images: a report of the Yale University Library to the Commission on Preservation and Access. Washington DC: The Commission, 1991.

Waters, Donald. The organizational phase of Project Open Book: a report to the Commission on Preservation and Access. Washington, DC: The Commission, 1992.

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