Building a Digital Repository Program with Limited Resources by Abby Clobridge

By Abby Clobridge

even if you're simply commencing to create a electronic repository or your establishment already has a fully-developed software, this booklet presents thoughts for development and holding a high-use, cohesive, and fiscally-responsible repository with collections that show off your establishment. The publication explains tips on how to strategically choose initiatives tied in your institution’s ambitions, create tactics and workflows designed to help a fully-functioning application, and creatively make the most of present assets. some great benefits of taking a holistic method of making a electronic repository application instead of focusing simply on person collections are mentioned. Case reviews and top practices from quite a few associations around out the author’s useful suggestions.

  • Focuses at the greater photograph of repository paintings (creating a unified, cohesive application) but additionally contains feedback for successfully imposing electronic tasks of all shapes and sizes
  • Focuses on doing extra with much less – thoughts which are ideal for smaller associations or associations which are looking to be fiscally accountable in terms of construction and maintaining electronic repository programs
  • Includes ready-to-use templates, worksheets, workshop routines, and review instruments written by way of the author

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