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Nebraska Memories: How Your Institution Can Participate - Online 

Description
Would you like to add your libraries historical materials to the Nebraska Memories database?   Attend this one hour online session to learn more about the Nebraska Memories project and how your library can easily add materials to the database.

Don't have time for scanning? Think the word metadata is just too intimidating? Then attend the meeting to find out about new and easy ways to describe your historical materials for the Nebraska Memories database that don't involve learning metadata schemes or digitization training.

Libraries and other cultural heritage institutions are welcome to add digitized materials such as photographs, maps, sound recordings, and more to the database that is available to the public at http://www.memories.ne.gov/

Topics to be covered in the session include:

  • What is Nebraska Memories?
  • History of the project
  • Tour of the Nebraska Memories web site
  • Options to participate
  • New EZ Descriptions
  • Free scanning options
  • Training Options

Nebraska Memories is a cooperative project to digitize Nebraska-related historical and cultural heritage materials and make them available to researchers of all ages via the Internet. Nebraska Memories is brought to you by the Nebraska Library Commission.


  • Handout #1 PDF
  • Handout #2 PDF
  • Handout #3 PDF  
     
  • Class Format
    Online
    Date Time
    3/2/2007 10am - 11am  (Central Time)
    Cost
    No Charge
    Presenter
    Shannon Behrhorst
    CE Hours
    1
    Capacity Available Seats
    18 0
    Registration Starts Registration Ends
    2/1/2007 2/28/2007
    For Further Information Sponsor
    Shannon Behrhorst
    402-471-4031
    Nebraska Library Commission
    Registration
    Registration Closed