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Managing library collections in an ongoing and ever-changing process. Between monitoring community interests, cataloging print and digital materials, weeding and preserving, the work of catalogers and technical service staff is never complete. This section will connect you with information about materials acquisition, cataloging, circulation, collection development and maintenance, processing and preservation, and digitization.
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Document / Last Modified: 24 October 2013
Learn to use Microsoft PhotoStory 3 to create digital history documentaries. Originally presented December 2, 2008.
Webinar / Last Modified: 21 August 2013
Archive and associated resources for December 15, 2010, webinar with Lisa A. Gregory, Jennifer Ricker and Amy Rudersdorf presenting on digital preservation.
Document / Last Modified: 15 July 2013
This paper covers the history of glass plate negatives, the storage of glass plate negatives, handling techniques and common conservation concerns, reformatting of glass plate negatives and the use of scanning and digitization as a means to create pr...
Webinar / Last Modified: 01 July 2013
Archive and associated resources for August 25, 2010, online symposium with Sarah McHugh, Amy Rudersdorf and Taylor Surface presenting on current trends and practical approaches to library digitization and preservation projects.
News / Last Modified: 30 May 2013
This week’s guest post comes from Yan Xu of the Naperville Public Library. Yan is the Adult and Teen Services Supervisor at the Naperville Blvd. branch. The Naperville Public Library started a Nook lending program last May and Yan details how the lib...