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Rbdb2009

  1. 1. 2009 METRO RBDB Grants Metropolitan New York Library Council 57 East 11th Street, New York, NY Monday, September 22, 2008 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  2. 2. Retrospective Conversion RECON
  3. 3. Eligibility: RECON
  4. 4. Eligibility: RECON • METRO member libraries located in New York City or Westchester County
  5. 5. Purpose: RECON
  6. 6. Purpose: RECON • To enable the conversion of unique catalog records with high research interest held by METRO member libraries.
  7. 7. Key Dates: RECON
  8. 8. Key Dates: RECON • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available
  9. 9. Key Dates: RECON • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available • Nov 25, 2008 – Applications due
  10. 10. Key Dates: RECON • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available • Nov 25, 2008 – Applications due • Jun 30, 2009 – Midyear Report
  11. 11. Key Dates: RECON • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available • Nov 25, 2008 – Applications due • Jun 30, 2009 – Midyear Report • Dec 15, 2009 – Project Complete & Final Report
  12. 12. Key Numbers: Recon
  13. 13. Key Numbers: Recon • Total amount to be allocated by METRO will be based on NY State Regional Bibliographic Databases Program (RBDB)
  14. 14. Key Numbers: Recon • Total amount to be allocated by METRO will be based on NY State Regional Bibliographic Databases Program (RBDB) • Grants will range from $1,500 to $10,000
  15. 15. Key Details: RECON
  16. 16. Key Details: RECON • METRO will fund the conversion of previously catalogued records into machine-readable form
  17. 17. Key Details: RECON • METRO will fund the conversion of previously catalogued records into machine-readable form • No original cataloging
  18. 18. Key Details: RECON • METRO will fund the conversion of previously catalogued records into machine-readable form • No original cataloging • Records must be unique (i.e., not listed in any sampling databases, catalogs or utilities, such as OCLC or RLIN)
  19. 19. Key Details: RECON • METRO will fund the conversion of previously catalogued records into machine-readable form • No original cataloging • Records must be unique (i.e., not listed in any sampling databases, catalogs or utilities, such as OCLC or RLIN) • No ubiquitous records
  20. 20. Key Details: RECON • METRO will fund the conversion of previously catalogued records into machine-readable form • No original cataloging • Records must be unique (i.e., not listed in any sampling databases, catalogs or utilities, such as OCLC or RLIN) • No ubiquitous records • Grant will not fund equipment
  21. 21. 2008 Recipients: RECON
  22. 22. 2008 Recipients: RECON • Brooklyn Museum Library & Archives: Artist Files
  23. 23. 2008 Recipients: RECON • Brooklyn Museum Library & Archives: Artist Files • The New York Public Library: Cyrillic Script collection
  24. 24. 2008 Recipients: RECON • Brooklyn Museum Library & Archives: Artist Files • The New York Public Library: Cyrillic Script collection • New York Academy of Medicine: Communicable Diseases
  25. 25. 2008 Recipients: RECON • Brooklyn Museum Library & Archives: Artist Files • The New York Public Library: Cyrillic Script collection • New York Academy of Medicine: Communicable Diseases • YIVO Institute for Jewish Research at CJH: Bund Archives collection
  26. 26. 2008 Recipients: RECON • Brooklyn Museum Library & Archives: Artist Files • The New York Public Library: Cyrillic Script collection • New York Academy of Medicine: Communicable Diseases • YIVO Institute for Jewish Research at CJH: Bund Archives collection • Westchester Library System: WLS Local History collection
  27. 27. Digitization
  28. 28. Eligibility: Digitization
  29. 29. Eligibility: Digitization • METRO member libraries located in New York City or Westchester County
  30. 30. Purpose: Digitization
  31. 31. Purpose: Digitization • To facilitate the digitization of rare and historically significant materials held by METRO member libraries.
  32. 32. Key Dates: Digitization
  33. 33. Key Dates: Digitization • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available
  34. 34. Key Dates: Digitization • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available • Nov 25, 2008 – Applications due (2:00 PM)
  35. 35. Key Dates: Digitization • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available • Nov 25, 2008 – Applications due (2:00 PM) • Jan 2009 – Initial Notifications
  36. 36. Key Dates: Digitization • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available • Nov 25, 2008 – Applications due (2:00 PM) • Jan 2009 – Initial Notifications • Feb 2009 – Initial Site Visits
  37. 37. Key Dates: Digitization • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available • Nov 25, 2008 – Applications due (2:00 PM) • Jan 2009 – Initial Notifications • Feb 2009 – Initial Site Visits • Mar 2009 – Kickoff Meeting
  38. 38. Key Dates: Digitization • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available • Nov 25, 2008 – Applications due (2:00 PM) • Jan 2009 – Initial Notifications • Feb 2009 – Initial Site Visits • Mar 2009 – Kickoff Meeting • Jun 30, 2009 – Midyear Report
  39. 39. Key Dates: Digitization • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available • Nov 25, 2008 – Applications due (2:00 PM) • Jan 2009 – Initial Notifications • Feb 2009 – Initial Site Visits • Mar 2009 – Kickoff Meeting • Jun 30, 2009 – Midyear Report • Oct 2009 – Fall Meeting
  40. 40. Key Dates: Digitization • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available • Nov 25, 2008 – Applications due (2:00 PM) • Jan 2009 – Initial Notifications • Feb 2009 – Initial Site Visits • Mar 2009 – Kickoff Meeting • Jun 30, 2009 – Midyear Report • Oct 2009 – Fall Meeting • Dec 31, 2009 – Completion
  41. 41. Key Dates: Digitization • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available • Nov 25, 2008 – Applications due (2:00 PM) • Jan 2009 – Initial Notifications • Feb 2009 – Initial Site Visits • Mar 2009 – Kickoff Meeting • Jun 30, 2009 – Midyear Report • Oct 2009 – Fall Meeting • Dec 31, 2009 – Completion • Jan 31, 2010 - Final Report
  42. 42. Key Dates: Digitization • Sep 5, 2008 – Applications available • Nov 25, 2008 – Applications due (2:00 PM) • Jan 2009 – Initial Notifications • Feb 2009 – Initial Site Visits • Mar 2009 – Kickoff Meeting • Jun 30, 2009 – Midyear Report • Oct 2009 – Fall Meeting • Dec 31, 2009 – Completion • Jan 31, 2010 - Final Report • Mar 2010 – Wrap Meeting
  43. 43. Key Numbers: Digitization
  44. 44. Key Numbers: Digitization • Total amount to be allocated by METRO will be based on NY State Regional Bibliographic Databases Program (RBDB)
  45. 45. Key Numbers: Digitization • Total amount to be allocated by METRO will be based on NY State Regional Bibliographic Databases Program (RBDB) • Grants will range from $5,000 to $10,000
  46. 46. Key Numbers: Digitization • Total amount to be allocated by METRO will be based on NY State Regional Bibliographic Databases Program (RBDB) • Grants will range from $5,000 to $10,000 • 10 out of 12 Digitization applicants (83%) received partial funding in 2008
  47. 47. Key Details: Digitization
  48. 48. Key Details: Digitization • Significant materials held by METRO members
  49. 49. Key Details: Digitization • Significant materials held by METRO members • Collections must be processed
  50. 50. Key Details: Digitization • Significant materials held by METRO members • Collections must be processed • Collections should serve a broader audience
  51. 51. Key Details: Digitization • Significant materials held by METRO members • Collections must be processed • Collections should serve a broader audience • Institutional materials are discouraged
  52. 52. Key Details: Digitization • Significant materials held by METRO members • Collections must be processed • Collections should serve a broader audience • Institutional materials are discouraged • Reduce the number of material types
  53. 53. Key Details: Digitization • Significant materials held by METRO members • Collections must be processed • Collections should serve a broader audience • Institutional materials are discouraged • Reduce the number of material types • Keep it simple
  54. 54. Key Details: Digitization • Significant materials held by METRO members • Collections must be processed • Collections should serve a broader audience • Institutional materials are discouraged • Reduce the number of material types • Keep it simple • Demonstrate technical readiness
  55. 55. Key Details: Digitization • Significant materials held by METRO members • Collections must be processed • Collections should serve a broader audience • Institutional materials are discouraged • Reduce the number of material types • Keep it simple • Demonstrate technical readiness • Justify your budget
  56. 56. Key Details: Digitization • Significant materials held by METRO members • Collections must be processed • Collections should serve a broader audience • Institutional materials are discouraged • Reduce the number of material types • Keep it simple • Demonstrate technical readiness • Justify your budget • Compare in-house vs. outsource
  57. 57. Key Details: Digitization • Significant materials held by METRO members • Collections must be processed • Collections should serve a broader audience • Institutional materials are discouraged • Reduce the number of material types • Keep it simple • Demonstrate technical readiness • Justify your budget • Compare in-house vs. outsource • Copyright
  58. 58. Recipients: Digitization 2008
  59. 59. Recipients: Digitization 2008 •Lehman College: Childhood in the Bronx
  60. 60. Recipients: Digitization 2008 •Lehman College: Childhood in the Bronx •Cooper-Hewitt: The Caldwell Lighting Collection
  61. 61. Recipients: Digitization 2008 •Lehman College: Childhood in the Bronx •Cooper-Hewitt: The Caldwell Lighting Collection •Center for Jewish History: Audio Digitization Pilot Project
  62. 62. Recipients: Digitization 2008 •Lehman College: Childhood in the Bronx •Cooper-Hewitt: The Caldwell Lighting Collection •Center for Jewish History: Audio Digitization Pilot Project •American Jewish Historical Society: Franks Family Papers
  63. 63. Recipients: Digitization 2008 •Lehman College: Childhood in the Bronx •Cooper-Hewitt: The Caldwell Lighting Collection •Center for Jewish History: Audio Digitization Pilot Project •American Jewish Historical Society: Franks Family Papers •Leo Baeck Institute: Rare Book Collection
  64. 64. Recipients: Digitization 2008 •Lehman College: Childhood in the Bronx •Cooper-Hewitt: The Caldwell Lighting Collection •Center for Jewish History: Audio Digitization Pilot Project •American Jewish Historical Society: Franks Family Papers •Leo Baeck Institute: Rare Book Collection •CUNY Grad Center: Murray Hill Photos
  65. 65. Recipients: Digitization 2008 •Lehman College: Childhood in the Bronx •Cooper-Hewitt: The Caldwell Lighting Collection •Center for Jewish History: Audio Digitization Pilot Project •American Jewish Historical Society: Franks Family Papers •Leo Baeck Institute: Rare Book Collection •CUNY Grad Center: Murray Hill Photos •Rockefeller University: Student Theses DSpace Project
  66. 66. Recipients: Digitization 2008 •Lehman College: Childhood in the Bronx •Cooper-Hewitt: The Caldwell Lighting Collection •Center for Jewish History: Audio Digitization Pilot Project •American Jewish Historical Society: Franks Family Papers •Leo Baeck Institute: Rare Book Collection •CUNY Grad Center: Murray Hill Photos •Rockefeller University: Student Theses DSpace Project •CUNY City College: Free Academy in New York
  67. 67. Recipients: Digitization 2008 •Lehman College: Childhood in the Bronx •Cooper-Hewitt: The Caldwell Lighting Collection •Center for Jewish History: Audio Digitization Pilot Project •American Jewish Historical Society: Franks Family Papers •Leo Baeck Institute: Rare Book Collection •CUNY Grad Center: Murray Hill Photos •Rockefeller University: Student Theses DSpace Project •CUNY City College: Free Academy in New York •New York Public Library: Wonders! Images of the Ancient World
  68. 68. Recipients: Digitization 2008 •Lehman College: Childhood in the Bronx •Cooper-Hewitt: The Caldwell Lighting Collection •Center for Jewish History: Audio Digitization Pilot Project •American Jewish Historical Society: Franks Family Papers •Leo Baeck Institute: Rare Book Collection •CUNY Grad Center: Murray Hill Photos •Rockefeller University: Student Theses DSpace Project •CUNY City College: Free Academy in New York •New York Public Library: Wonders! Images of the Ancient World •Greenburgh Public Library: Historic Greenburgh books
  69. 69. FURTHER INFO:
  70. 70. FURTHER INFO: • For additional questions about the RECON and Digitization grants programs, please contact Jason Kucsma at jkucsma@metro.org

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