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With the increasing expectation of information searchers for all information to be available online, digital projects are growing in number and importance. These projects allow libraries to become producers, if not of content, then of new accessibility options for their patrons. One librarian’s experience in the development and coordination of a digital project in an academic setting is presented, in order to demonstrate potential best practices for similar projects. Selection, coordination, standards, outsourcing, and funding of projects are all discussed. It is possible relatively quickly and inexpensively to produce a useful, quality digital project.

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Copyright Haworth Press, 2005.
Published in Journal of Agricultural & Food Information, Vol. 6, Nos. 2/3 (2004) at
http://dx.doi.org/10.1300/J108v06n02_04

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