Peculiarities of digitising materials from the collections of the National Academy of Sciences, Armenia
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Early writing which first appeared as cuneiform protocols and then emerged in manuscript form and as printed materials is currently entering a new stage in its development – in the form of electronic publications. The Internet has drastically changed our understanding of access to library resources, to publication schemas, and has introduced brand new ways of information delivery. And as a result, the present situation could be described as a continuous increase in the amount of material being published only in electronic form, together with wide-scale conversion of paper-based material to digital formats. And this tendency will only intensify in the coming decades, covering more and more geographical areas, countries and language groups. More and more librarians, image-processing specialists, and metadata creators will be involved in this process. Information Science specialists will develop and propose new algorithms for e-resource description, information discovery and retrieval.
|Keywords (uncontrolled):||adobe; algorithm; archives; content management; data; database; DCMI; digital repositories; digitisation; document format; Drupal; dSpace; dublin core; dublin core metadata initiative; DVD; eprints; file format; graphics; infrastructure; jpeg; metadata; national library; OCR; open access; open source; open standard; preservation; repositories; research; resource description; schema; software; standards; tiff|
|Research Areas:||A. > Library and Student Support|
|Notes on copyright:||Unless otherwise specified on a page, materials contained in Ariadne are subject to copyright and other proprietary rights. Permission is hereby given for the material in Ariadne to be used for research purposes or for private study.|
|Depositing User:||Mr A Hopkinson|
|Date Deposited:||07 May 2012 06:00|
|Last Modified:||13 Oct 2016 14:24|
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