Ever wonder how newspapers are added to the Colorado Historic Newspapers Collection? It’s easy – well, we think so. Watch this video to learn more.
In a nutshell, the process involves analyzing the collection that you want to have included in the shared online service, identifying the resources available (be it microfilm or paper copies) and then establishing the best and most cost effective way of digitizing the items and adding them to the database.
Depending upon the format and amount of original material being used, and the availability of funds for the project, the process usually takes between three and four months to complete. However, some projects can take longer if very large, or if additional permissions and resources are needed.
The State Library staff take care of all of the steps of the project, and keep you informed of the process and timeline along the way. For more information, or to get a quote on what your newspaper project would cost, contact Leigh Jeremias.
Digital Collections Coordinator
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