- Roy Rosenzweig, “Scarcity or Abundance? Preserving the Past in a Digital Era” (Have a quick skim of this classic article from 2003. How far have things come since then?)
- Meg Foster, “Online and Plugged In? Public History and Historians in the Digital Age.” Public History Review, 21 (December 2014): 1–19.
- On Crowdsourcing
- Crowdsourcing and Funding
Getting the public to help decode Civil War telegrams at the Huntington Library.
Explore these examples of Crowdsourcing and Preservation Projects:
Digitizing and Sharing:
- Sarah Pickle and Nancy L. Maron, “Collections without Borders: A Case Study of the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia” (2014)
- Ooghe and Moreels, “Analysing Selections for Digitization“
- Digital Preservation Guide from the Library of Congress
- Planning Digital Projects for Historical Collections
Explore: omeka.net and see help and how-to guides. Also: Instructions for scholars
Have a look at this brand new platform for transcribing handwriting.