Posts Tagged ‘Book Scanning’

Determining the Best Method for Scanning Bound Materials

We’ve addressed the issue of book scanning methods in a previous blog, however the information bears repeating. Books are still one of the world’s most popular methods of information recording, but paper (or even in its earliest forms, papyrus or rice paper) is not the most resilient of materials. It …

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Choosing the Right Book Scanning Method

  Qidenus book scanners are known for their angled book cradles and robotic page-turning system.
  The unique cradle design and lighting system has recently been integrated into a manual book
  scanner, as well as a semi-automatic scanner.

Books are one of the oldest and most enduring forms of communication …

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Making the “Intelligent” Choice to Digitize for Wider Access


Editor’s note: October is American Archives Month and a reminder of how important the records of our past are to our future. To celebrate, we’ll highlight five conversion projects throughout the month. This week’s blog explains how one association has taken the step to create a virtual …

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