This article reviews how 9,000+ frames of photographic negatives from the Harry A. Franck collection are being digitally preserved.
Posts on April 2020
from Library Tech Talk
The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) has collected and made searchable a vast quantity of metadata from digital collections all across the country. The Michigan Service Hub works with cultural heritage institutions throughout the state to collect their metadata, transform those metadata to be compatible with the DPLA’s online library, and send the transformed metadata to the DPLA, using the Combine aggregator software, which is being developed here at the U of M Library.