Ever wonder what's up with Stanford and the Google books digitization project? Ever wonder what to say when a student asks you how to get a high-resolution digital image of SUL materials for her dissertation? Ever wonder what to do with important multimedia materials or born digital materials that are starting to deteriorate? Come to the August Concierge session on SUL's Digitization Programs and you'll know the answers.
Join your colleagues at the August Library Concierge Program presentations and learn about the Libraries' digitization process and projects and the Google Book Digitization Project.
Sign-ups are now open for Concierge 6: Digital Library Initiatives. Note the Friday & Wednesday sign up times.
"Library Concierge Project (LCP)" site at Coursework 5 (https://coursework.stanford.edu/portal/site/LibraryConciergeProject)
- Friday, Aug 24, 10am - 11am
- Wednesday, August 29, 10am - 11am
- Wednesday, August 29, 3pm - 4pm
Catherine Tierney, AUL for Technical Services will talk about the Google Book Digitization Project, what was scanned, and what we can access.
Tom Cramer and Stu Snydman will present on Stanford University Libraries' digitization projects and processes.
Reminder: Videos of the past Library Concierge Programs are available on this site, in case you missed any of the previous presentations.
Never attended one of the Library Concierge Program presentations?
It's not too late to start! Here's how to sign up for the Coursework project site.