Microfilm Conversion for Napa County Library

//Microfilm Conversion for Napa County Library

Microfilm Conversion for Napa County Library

2017-01-04T17:26:36+00:00 January 4th, 2017|Blog|

Napa County Library Offers Custom, Napa Branded Online Access to the Napa Valley Register and the Weekly Calistogan

Napa County Library serves a population of 135,000 and offers four libraries that provide public computers, printing, wireless internet access, entertainment and informational programs, and a wide assortment of other materials tailored to community interests.

The Napa Valley County Library provides newspaper archives for the Napa Valley Register and the Weekly Calistogan. In the past, the County received print copies of the newspapers, microfilmedLibrary Microfilm Conversion the copies, and then offered a microfilm archive to patrons for newspaper research.

The library staff hand-indexed the papers and would leverage a card catalog for search and retrieval. Over time, this became burdensome and, combined with the hassles common with microfilm, led the County to search for a digital solution.

After issuing a Request for Proposal, the Library selected Digital ReeL because of the range of benefits it would provide and its competitive price. The Digital ReeL platform hosts the Library’s digital newspaper records at BMI’s data center and offers a custom, Napa-branded online portal for patrons searching the newspaper archives.

Read the complete library microfilm conversion solution case study here.

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