Digitize = convert images, text or sound into a digital form that can be processed by a computer.
What records, videos, audio tapes, photos would you like to digitize?
What are our options as we head in 2018? What would we like to see online by 2020? This page explores the practical ins and outs and it will highlight inspired examples around the world. Suggestions are welcome.
Videos – We have several dozen videos in 8mm with trips and presentations from 1998-2004
Yahoo Groups – Groups from early 2000. Is there an easy way of bringing the archives to a new platform?
Planeta.com Articles – Articles from 1994. Slowly bringing them on board the new platform. Not so much digitizing as it is transferring to a new format and platform.
— Biblioteca Trento (@BibcomTrento) September 13, 2017
Who digitizes, tells your story… https://t.co/Jz1NV7Ao1K
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) August 29, 2017
Are you a librarian/archivist getting ready to do some LP digitization? Maybe you're wondering how to maintain a collection of records? Or you're new to vinyl and want to learn basic maintenance? Please feel free to join me on this SUNDAY VINYL CLEANING MEGA-THREAD! pic.twitter.com/a7YDCTXkON
— Supersnazz Carlson (@scottythered) February 25, 2018
— We Are Museums (@WeAreMuseums) May 16, 2016
Many of us have family memories stored on obsolete formats such as VHS and film but aren't sure how to convert them before they're lost forever. Here are some suggestions from Consumer Reports. How to Convert Film and VHS to Digital – Consumer Reports https://t.co/36BngQ45ke
— Lowell Observatory Archives (@ASignalfromMars) September 18, 2018