AbstractBoth the Institute of Jazz Studies (IJS) and Special Collections and University Archives (SC/UA) have undertaken projects to digitize legacy oral history collections in collaboration with Technical and Automated Services. Although the goals of the projects were the same, the teams working on them faced different issues and challenges regarding formats, rights, and delivery as they moved through the digital project life cycle. The solutions to these required different approaches.
SubjectsOral histories, Digital libraries, Digital archives, Digitization lifecycle, Archival materials--Digitization, Library materials--Digitization, Jazz Oral History Project, Newark Oral History Project
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