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FEASIBILITY              handling              variation              accurate information              catalogues & index...
IT DEPENDS...Nature of theoriginalsTypes of contentInformation &access needs
“Planning is an unnatural process. It is much nicer to just geton with the job: failure then comes as a complete surprisei...
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Digitisation Doctor Introduction
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Digitisation Doctor Introduction

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Introduction to Digitisation Doctor (DigiDoc) is aimed at individuals from institutions that are committing themselves to digitisation, but who may have queries or concerns about the processes involved in a digitisation project. We’re asking attendees to tell us about the digitisation they are involved in and the different challenges they face so that we can shape the day according to their needs.

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Digitisation Doctor Introduction

  1. 1. Simon TannerBlog: simon-tanner.blogspot.co.ukTwitter: @SimonTanner www.slideshare.net/KDCS/
  2. 2. www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/inspiring.html
  3. 3. FEASIBILITY handling variation accurate information catalogues & indexes copyright & IPR skills time to plan infrastructure preservation benefits
  4. 4. IT DEPENDS...Nature of theoriginalsTypes of contentInformation &access needs
  5. 5. “Planning is an unnatural process. It is much nicer to just geton with the job: failure then comes as a complete surpriseinstead of being preceded by a period of worry and doubt.”Sir John Harvey-JonesTechnology projects usually fail because: 32% - inadequate project management & control 20% - lack of communication 17% - failure to define objectives 17% - lack of familiarity with project scope & complexity 14% - incorrect technology & project size Figures courtesy of KPMG
  6. 6. Simon TannerBlog: simon-tanner.blogspot.co.ukTwitter: @SimonTanner

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