Dawson, A. (2005) Issues, principles and policies for creating high-quality digital resources with low-cost methods. In: Digital Resources for the Humanities 2005, 2005-09-04 - 2005-09-07, Lancaster, England.
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This presentation aims to demonstrate some low-cost methods for creating high-quality digital resources and maintaining them with non-specialist staff, while ensuring that they can support the widest possible range of uses beyond the immediate context of their creation. In this context, 'high-quality' refers to the characteristics of the digital resources, not the content itself. Five particularly desirable characteristics of digital collections are considered: sustainability, longevity, accessibility, interoperability and reusability.
|Item type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
|Notes:||The extended summary of this presentation was published in New Review of Information Networking 12 (1/2), 2006, p87-91. This summary is provided in HTML format, with the slides from the presentation provided in Word format.|
|Keywords:||information management, digitisation, GDL, Electronic information resources|
|Subjects:||Bibliography. Library Science. Information Resources > Information resources > Electronic information resources|
|Department:||Professional Services > Information Services Directorate|
|Depositing user:||Alan Dawson|
|Date Deposited:||01 Nov 2006|
|Last modified:||04 Oct 2012 17:03|
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