Newspaper Digitization & Microfilm Scanning For Libraries & Archives
Today’s libraries, archives and historical societies handle information on a wide variety of media formats with documents that can be hundreds of years old. We have digital conversion solutions to process your microfilm records, bound and unbound books, newspapers, and electronic documents. Options to digitize include traditional conversions or our alternative solution, Digital ReeL.
Preserve your books, reduce the amount of space required to archive your historical records, and improve the way your staff and patrons access historical information with a custom document management and retrieval solution.
If you prefer video to learn about new information, we’ve put together some recorded webinars you can watch on-demand.
Webinars On Demand
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Microfilm & Newsprint Scanning for Libraries & Archives
How Much Does Microfilm Scanning Cost?
If you’re looking for some more information to help you along your digital conversion decision journey, below are some recommendations:
“Copyright And Digitization” covers some general information about what you should know before scanning copyrighted material.
“How Much Microfilm And Microfiche Do I Have?” gives you a couple of methods of figuring out how much film, fiche, and aperture cards you have in your collection.
“Traditional Microfilm Conversion vs. Digital ReeL” is a comparison between a standard film scanning project (PDFs, TIFs, etc.) and our Digital ReeL solution.