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Do you have a small collection of microfiche you want scanned but don't know what it'll cost? Take a look at the services we provide, the general price of your project, and other information to help you decide if scanning your microfiche is right for you!
Paper scanning generally falls into two main categories: backfile and go-forward. Learn the similarities and differences between the two, and which you should do first.
When you digitize your hard copy records, it's important to consider the historical context of the original material so important information isn't lost. Learn various ways to capture the original historical context of your records while enjoying the immense benefits of digitization.
When you decide to digitize your microfiche collection, the last thing you want to happen is it gets derailed by something that could’ve been avoided. Check out these 3 mistakes to avoid in your microfiche scanning project.
Do you have a small collection of microfilm you want to scan but aren’t sure what the process is like for a project of this size? We have a special 6-step microfilm scanning process that we use for small projects so we can efficiently scan and process your records!
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Do you have a small collection of microfilm you'd like to scan, but don't know what it'll cost? Check out the services you'll receive, the general price of your project, and other information to help you decide.
Once you're done with your digital conversion project and have your digital files in hand, what's next? Our article will lay out your options, such as keeping them on a USB drive, importing them on a shared application, or utilizing Digital ReeL secure hosting. We’ll give you the pros and cons of each method so you can choose the best option for your situation.