The Fall 2010 issue of Duke University Libraries Magazine includes an article on the steps it takes to create a digital collection.
Michael Adamo, Noah Huffman and Richard Murray
A visitor exploring one of the Duke Libraries’ digital collections is probably too engrossed in the content to think very much about how the collection got there. In fact, each digital collection is the product of a collaboration of eight to ten staff from several library departments who work together in a cross-functional team. The team begins each new project with a workplan and proceeds through a series of steps that culminates in the collection’s public launch.
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