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The list is not exhaustive but wants to be selective. The list is limited to guidelines for digitization of paper based on documentary heritage, that is manuscripts, printed books and photographs of libraries, archives and museums, not for digitization of multimedia materials. Toolbox and tutorial have been included too, considering these learning resources as valuable as guidelines
The selected Guidelines have been produced by public and private institutions: some are for guiding the digitization projects, others are related to digitization programs where the Guidelines want to reach the strategy and mission of single institutions: the criteria followed for inclusion was that of general interest for professionals worldwide.
The list of digitization guidelines is a work in progress, to be updated constantly. The data chosen for description are: Author, Contributor (if existing), Title, Description, Date, Format and URL. The presentation is in alphabetical order by author. We welcome your comments and suggestions.
Text edited by Anna Maria Tammaro (University of Parma), in co-operation with Gabriele Lunati (Ifnet), May 2003
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