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This is the documentation for "Digitizing the S. D. Cabaniss Papers," an NHPRC-funded grant project which will run from January 1, 2010 through February, 2011.
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[http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/ National Historical Publications and Records Commission]
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This is the documentation for "Digitizing the S. D. Cabaniss Papers," an NHPRC-funded grant project which will run from January 1, 2010 through February, 2011.  
  
 
The current grant "Digitizing the S.D. Cabaniss Papers", part of the "Digitizing Historical Records" effort by NHPRC, is funded for 14 months.  The intent is to provide online access to the content in a low-cost, scalable model which simulates online the experience of the patron in the reading room.  That is, the finding aid provides the descriptive information about the content, and from the finding aid, content in each series is linked in the order found in each file and box.
 
The current grant "Digitizing the S.D. Cabaniss Papers", part of the "Digitizing Historical Records" effort by NHPRC, is funded for 14 months.  The intent is to provide online access to the content in a low-cost, scalable model which simulates online the experience of the patron in the reading room.  That is, the finding aid provides the descriptive information about the content, and from the finding aid, content in each series is linked in the order found in each file and box.
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The method followed will keep the cost below $1.87 per page.  If successful, it will prove to be a valuable model for mass digitization of huge collections for which institutions cannot feasibly afford the development of item-level metadata.
 
The method followed will keep the cost below $1.87 per page.  If successful, it will prove to be a valuable model for mass digitization of huge collections for which institutions cannot feasibly afford the development of item-level metadata.
  
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'''''More information about the grant can be found [[http://www.lib.ua.edu/libraries/hoole/cabaniss here]]. '''''
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'''''Documentation of work flows, progress, processes, procedures, and access to software, are all available below.'''''
  
  
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[[Usage_Statistics]]
 
[[Usage_Statistics]]
  
[[Software]]  (available open-source, developed locally)
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=='' [[Software For You!]] ''== 
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  The above link is to open source software we developed for you to use to implement this model
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of digitization regardless of your method of delivering the finding aid online.
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[[Cabaniss Software]] 
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This link is to the version of this software we developed and used locally for this project.
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Specific to our implementation and delivery system.
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[[Acumen]]  The digital library system that delivers all our content.  To be available soon open source.
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[[Cabaniss Publicity]]
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[[Cabaniss Usability Study]]

Revision as of 14:58, 2 March 2011

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Funding provided by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission


This is the documentation for "Digitizing the S. D. Cabaniss Papers," an NHPRC-funded grant project which will run from January 1, 2010 through February, 2011.

The current grant "Digitizing the S.D. Cabaniss Papers", part of the "Digitizing Historical Records" effort by NHPRC, is funded for 14 months. The intent is to provide online access to the content in a low-cost, scalable model which simulates online the experience of the patron in the reading room. That is, the finding aid provides the descriptive information about the content, and from the finding aid, content in each series is linked in the order found in each file and box.

The method followed will keep the cost below $1.87 per page. If successful, it will prove to be a valuable model for mass digitization of huge collections for which institutions cannot feasibly afford the development of item-level metadata.


More information about the grant can be found [here].

Documentation of work flows, progress, processes, procedures, and access to software, are all available below.


Metadata Issues

Digitization and Work Flow

Progress Notes

Discoveries and Challenges

Usage_Statistics

Software For You!

The above link is to open source software we developed for you to use to implement this model 
of digitization regardless of your method of delivering the finding aid online.

Cabaniss Software

This link is to the version of this software we developed and used locally for this project.
Specific to our implementation and delivery system.

Acumen The digital library system that delivers all our content. To be available soon open source.

Cabaniss Publicity

Cabaniss Usability Study

Personal tools