Wednesday, March 18 • 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Digital Collection Processing, Access, Preservation: Solutions for a Small Budget

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Processing, providing access, and preserving digital objects is an expensive and complicated task, especially when limited budgets and staff time is being pulled in varying directions. The Northern State University Beulah Williams Library has developed and maintained a digital collection of archival objects with the goal of providing electronic access to a wealth of institutional, and local histories that may not otherwise be accessible to the general public. Through grants, online training, open source, or free software; the library has acquired the necessary software, hardware, technical expertise, and workflows to ensure these collections will be accessible for current and future patrons.

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Lynn Klundt

Reference and Instruction Librarian, Northern State University
Lynn Klundt is a reference and instruction librarian who manages the electronic resources and provides reference services and information literacy instruction for Williams Library. She is the library's liaison to the School of Education and coordinator for the library's creation... Read More →
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Rachel Senese

Archives Assistant, Northern State University

Wednesday March 18, 2015 1:15pm - 2:15pm CDT
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