ERIC Number: ED314087
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of the Conference on Application of Scanning Methodologies in Libraries (Beltsville, Maryland, November 17-18, 1988).
Blamberg, Donald L., Ed.; And Others
Planned and organized by the National Agricultural Library (NAL), the conference was designed to bring together people involved in scanning projects and to evaluate the feasibility of using hand-held scanning devices for transcribing bibliographic information during the cataloging and indexing processes. Ten previously unpublished papers and a concluding address from the conference are presented in this report: (1) "Automated Document Architecture Processing and Tagging" (Stuart Weibel, John Handley, and Charles Huff); (2) "The Library of Congress Pilot Project with Optiram, Ltd." (Leo H. Settler, Jr.); (3) "Comparison of Scanning Methodologies for Conversion of Typed, Printed, Handwritten, and Microfilmed Materials" (William M. Holmes, Jr.); (4) "Digital Imaging at the Library of Congress" (Audrey Fischer); (5) "Issues in Document Conversion" (Frank L. Walker); (6) "Scanning and Digitizing Technology Employed in the National Agricultural Text Digitizing Project" (Pamela Q. J. Andre, Nancy L. Eaton, and Judith A. Zidar); (7) "Developing an Optical Disk System for Adult Education Manuscripts: The Kellogg Project at Syracuse University" (Terrance Keenan and Elizabeth Carley Oddy); (8) "Access to Little Magazines: An Index of Optically Scanned Contents Pages" (Stephen M. Roberts and Robert J. Bertholf); (9) "Experience with an Optical Disk System at FDA" (Kenneth Krell); (10) "Desktop-Digitization: Prospects and Problems" (Bradford S. Miller); and (11) "Concluding Address" (Robert M. Hayes). (SD)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Agricultural Library (USDA), Washington, DC.