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Title: The DiSCmap project: overview and first results
Authors: Birrell, Duncan
Dobreva, Milena
Dunsire, Gordon
Griffiths, Jillian R.
Hartley, Richard J.
Menzies, Kathleen
Citation: Birrell, D., Dobreva, M., Dunsire, G., Griffiths, J., Hartley, R.J. and Menzies, K.The DiSCmap project: overview and first results. In Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, LNCS. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 5714. Berlin: Springer, 2009
Publisher: Springer
Issue Date: 2009
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2173/190551
Additional Links: http://www.springer.com/computer/database+management+%26+information+retrieval/book/978-3-642-04345-1?changeHeader
Abstract: Traditionally, digitisation of cultural and scientific heritage material for use by the scholarly community has been led by supply rather than demand. The DiSCmap project commissioned by JISC in 2008, aimed to study what refocussing of digitisation efforts will suit best the users of digitised materials, especially in the context of the research and teaching in the higher education institutions in the UK. The paper presents some of its initial outcomes based on quantitative and qualitative analysis of 945 special collections nominated for digitisation by intermediary users (librarians, archivist and museum curators), as well as end users' study involving a combination of online survey, focus groups and in-depth interviews. The criteria for prioritising digitisation advanced by intermediaries and end users were analysed and cross-mapped to a range of existing digitisation frameworks. A user-driven prioritisation framework which synthesises the findings of the project is presented.
Type: Book chapter
Meetings and Proceedings
Language: en
ISBN: 978-3-642-04345-1
Appears in Collections: CERLIM: The Centre for Research in Library and Information Management
Department of Journalism, Information and Communications

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