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Meeting the Needs of Cultural Heritage Communities for In-house Digitization Solutions

By Katy Klettlinger As you may already know, LYRASIS has a long history of expertise with digitization, including through the LYRASIS Digitization Collaborative, made possible by a grant from the […]

45 Earn Digital Archives Specialist Certificates from Society of American Archivists

LYRASIS would like to congratulate all of the archivists earning Digital Archives Specialist Certificates including our own Digital Services Consultant, Leigh Grinstead! CHICAGO—Forty-Five archivists earned the Digital Archives Specialist (DAS) […]

LYRASIS Second Friday Presents: Open Parks for the People

A month or so ago, on a sunny Monday afternoon, about 22 people convened in Luten Hall at Oglethorpe University to hear Christopher Vinson, the Head of Library Technology at […]

Help the Copyright Office Understand How to Address Mass Digitization

“How to provide full text access to copyrighted works?” is one of the most difficult copyright questions facing digital libraries. Just asking permission isn’t so easy, given that copyright owners […]

Digitization or Bust!

For many of us, it was Panama City Beach or bust as nearly 100 information professionals convened at the Digitization Conference, hosted by the Panhandle Library Access Network (PLAN) at […]

Open Parks for the People

On a sunny monday afternoon a few weeks ago, about 22 people convened in Lupton Hall at Oglethorpe University to hear Christopher Vinson, the Head of Library Technology at Clemson […]