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1 Transformations Mount Holyoke's Class Project Becomes a Digital Archive Aime DeGrenier Brian Kysela Gail Scanlon

2 Who are we? Why are we here? What did we do? How did we do it? Why did we do it? Are we really doing it again?

3 The Early Years Early adopter with high expectations Cutting Edge vs. Bleeding Edge Technology hindered our process and progress—can’t live with it, don’t have a job without it! Communication, Building Trust, Good Listening….and admitting when you just don’t know!!

4 Team Planning- -- Bob brought us the desired outcome but like all good chefs we hand selected the ingredients, chose our favorite recipes and used our own kitchen – Project Planning, Project Development, Timeline Course Based Website- -- with student research on historical campus themes, MHC Archive Collection – images, letters, newspapers Project Needs---scanning & metadata standards, database tool, web development tool, and lots of time! The Recent Years Mapping the Memorable A Cultural & Environmental History of the Mount Holyoke Campus

5 Mapping the Memorable A Cultural & Environmental History of the Mount Holyoke Campus 2003 Spring --Planning Summer --Design, Maps, Standards, Infrastructure & Babies(!) Fall --Add 25 students, Research, Scanning, Production 2004 Spring --Clean Up after 25 students, add Reunion Class of 1929 Summer --New Archvist, Team Recovery Fall – New Techie guy brings the Images into his flavor of the month database

6 2005 Spring –ContentDM arrives—saves the day! Fall – planning for Spring 2006 course and 2006 Reunion, (another baby on the way!) 2006 Spring – Mapping the Memorable II

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8 www.mtholyoke.edu/go/atlas

9 http://poe.mtholyoke.edu/edu.html

10 At Last! Atlas Morphs into Online Collection Archives and Special Collections

11 Introduction: Summer 2004 New Head of Archives and Special Collections, Jennifer Gunter King

12 Ralitsa Donkova, Archives Student Assistant

13 The Collection in an Access Database

14 ContentD M http://contentdm.com/ http://contentdm.com/ Steven Folsom, Digital Collections Intern

15 http://www.mtholyoke.edu/lits/library/arch/col/imagebase/index.html

16 Where We are Today Scan-on-Demand service for patrons.

17 Compound Objects

18 verso of photograph

19 compound object metadata

20 Transformations www.mtholyoke.edu/go/atlas www.mtholyoke.edu/lits/library/arch/ www.mtholyoke.edu/go/atlas www.mtholyoke.edu/lits/library/arch/ Aime DeGrenier, adegreni@mtholyoke.edu Brian Kysela, bkysela@mtholyoke.edu Gail Scanlon, gscanlon@mtholyoke.edu Jennifer Gunter King, jgking@mtholyoke.edu

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