How Does Anderson Archival Preserve Your Collection?
Anderson Archival’s digital archivist follow industry standard best practices to provide our clients with the highest quality digital files. We work with you to determine the best formats and access methods for your digital collection.
What Is Your Vision?
The scope of your digitization project most likely depends on your desired end goal. Does your organization need a new research database, or are you planning to preserve a collection of family relics? Different collections require individualized approaches. Though our digitization methods and technologies share an innovative goal, Anderson Archival’s first priority is to create a vision with you as well as for you.
Digitizing archival materials can take many different final forms. Not every method will be a good fit for your collection, but part of the discovery phase of each project involves thinking about how your collection will be used by future generations.
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Helpful Resources for Your Preservation Needs
Experience Stories Worth Celebrating
By Operations Manager Marcia Spicer Regardless of the audience, every museum, historical society, or specialized library knows they have a story worth telling. That’s why
Get Ready for Preservation Month
By Junior Digital Archivist Alyssa Voss On May 6th, 1973, the first National Preservation Week began. Established by the National Trust of Historic Places, the
Partnering for Success
By Team Lead Marcia Spicer How many times have you encountered good work that didn’t quite meet your needs? I recently spoke with an organization