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The Survey of Library & Museum Digitization Projects 2011 Edition

Description:    The nearly 200 page report looks closely at how academic, public and special libraries and
                museums are digitizing special and other collections. The study is based on detailed data on costs,
                equipment use, staffing, cataloging, marketing, licensing revenue and other facets of digitization
                projects from nearly 100 libraries and museums in the United States, the UK, continental Europe,
                Canada, and Australia. The study covers and presents data separately for digitizers of photographs,
                film and video, music and audio, text and re-digitization of existing digital mediums. Data is also
                broken out by budget size, region of the world, type of institution and other factors. Data presented
                separately for academic libraries, public and government libraries, special libraries and museums.

                Just a few of the study's many findings are that:


                -Digitization budgets come largely through non-budgetary allocations. The library or museum
                annual budget accounted for only a little over 35% of the overall digitization budget.

                -Prospects for digitization funding in the United States were much better than prospects outside of
                the USA; about 28.6% of US survey participants considered the outlook pretty good or excellent
                while only 5.88% of those from other countries shared this optimism.

                -The mean annual number of staff hours expended per institution on digitization projects was 2,272
                with a range of 0 to 24,000 (or about 12-13 full time employees spending all of their time on
                digitization projects).

                -Only 3.45% of institutions sampled have outsourced rights, permissions or copyright management
                to any third party.

                -Overall survey participants say that over the past three years they have outsourced close to 27%
                of their overall digitization work.

                -Close to 54% of the organizations sampled have some form of digital asset management software
                and an additional 8.3% share a system with another department or division of their institution.

                -14.61% used the servers of some kind of third party service; this was most popular in the USA,
                where one sixth of respondents used a third party server service for digital content storage

                -16.05% of organizations surveyed license or rent any aspect of their digital collection to any party

                -Digitizers whose primary medium was music and audio spent 56.25% of their total digitization
                staff time on cataloging and metadata related issues



Contents:       LIST OF TABLES
                THE QUESTIONNAIRE
                PARTICIPANTS

                SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS

                CHAPTER ONE: WHAT IS BEING DIGITIZED?
                Question One: Rank the digitization of photographs for the degree to which they form a part of
                your digitization efforts
                Question Two: Rank the digitization of microfilm or fiche for the degree to which they form a part of
                your digitization efforts
                Question Three: Rank the digitization of text for the degree to which they form a part of your
                digitization efforts
                Question Four: Rank the digitization of music or other voice recordings for the degree to which they
form a part of your digitization efforts
Question Five: Rank the digitization of film or video for the degree to which they form a part of
your digitization efforts
Question Six: Rank the preservation or enhancement of existing digital formats for the degree to
which they form a part of your digitization efforts

CHAPTER TWO: BUDGET
Question Seven: What percentage of the budget for digitization comes from the library budget?
Question Eight: What percentage of the budget for digitization comes from a supplementary grant
from the parent institution?
Question Nine: What percentage of the budget for digitization comes from grants & fundraising?
Question Ten: What percentage of the budget for digitization comes from an endowment?
Question Eleven: How would you describe the outlook for raising money for digitization projects
from sources outside of the main library, museum or other main institutional budget?
Question Twelve: Which phrase best describes the probable course over the next two years of your
institutional spending for digitization?
Question Thirteen: Has your division teamed up with any other department or faculty of the college
or museum to work jointly on digitization projects?
Question Fourteen: If the library or museum has teamed up on digitization projects with other
departments or faculties of the college or museum, please specify these departments or faculties
Question Fifteen: If academic departments (not administrative which are discussed separately)
have contributed funding to digitization projects with the library or museum over the past three
years, approximately how much in the aggregate have these departments spent on digitization
projects done jointly with the library?

CHAPTER THREE: STAFFING
Question Sixteen: Approximately how many individuals are currently spending at least part of their
workday on the digitization projects for which you are giving data? Include full and part-timers
Question Seventeen: Approximately how many man hours annually would you say that your staff
and associated workers spend on your digitization efforts?Question Eighteen: Expectations for Staff
Time Devoted to Digitization Projects Over the Next Two Years

CHAPTER FOUR: IMPACT OF ONLINE EXHIBITS
Question Nineteen: Approximately how many unique physical exhibits does your division stage each
year?
Question Twenty: Approximately what percentage of the physical exhibits staged are accompanied
by a substantial online exhibit that you would say either reproduce a significant portion of the
physical exhibit or add to the exhibit in a significant way?
Question Twenty-one: Has your organization outsourced any aspect of rights/permissions/copyright
management to third parties?
Question Twenty-two: Advise your peers, if you can, of what you have learned about efficient
permissions and copyright clearance in collection digitization
CHAPTER FIVE: OUTSOURCING
Question Twenty-three: Has your organization outsourced digitization, in whole or in part, to a third
party, another college or museum, private consultant or company?
Question Twenty-four: If you have outsourced digitization within the past three years of any
cultural object – photographs, music, film, artwork, text, historic documents, textiles, architectural
or engineering blueprints or documents, or other works of cultural significance – how much in the
aggregate have you spent over the past three years?
Question Twenty-five: Over the past three years what percentage of your digitization work would
you say that you outsourced to third parties?
Question Twenty-six: Which phrase best describes your attitude towards the outsourcing of
digitization work?
Question Twenty-seven: In general when your work requires digital image enhancement does your
organization…
Question Twenty-eight: What companies or other organizations have you found to be effective
outsourcing partners for any kind of digitization work and that you would recommend to others?
Question Twenty-nine: If you have outsourced digitization work over the past three years
approximately what percentage of the outsourced work was done off premises?
Question Thirty: If you have outsourced digitization work over the past three years approximately
what percentage of the outsourced work was done on premises?

CHAPTER SIX: SCANNING, PHOTOGRAPHING AND OTHER DIGITIZATION METHODS
Question Thirty-one: How much have the special collections or other divisions for which you are
providing data spent in the past three years on equipment to copy, duplicate, record, photograph,
scan or otherwise transform content of any kind into digital formats?
Question Thirty-two: If you use scanning equipment, comment briefly on the following: what do
you have? What do you plan to purchase? Why have you made the decisions you have?
Question Thirty-three: If you use digital photographic equipment, comment briefly on the following:
what do you have? What do you plan to purchase? Why have you made the decisions you have?

CHAPTER SEVEN: DIGITAL MANAGEMENT
Question Thirty-four: Does the division currently have any form of digital asset management
software?
Question Thirty-five: Does your institution use CONTENTdm as digital asset management software?
Question Thirty-six: Does your institution use Luna Insight as digital asset management software?
Question Thirty-seven: Does your institution use DSpace as digital asset management software?
Question Thirty-eight: Does your institution use Expanded Books as digital asset management
software?
Question Thirty-nine: Does your institution use Fedora as digital asset management software?
Question Forty: Does your institution use Greenstone as digital asset management software?
Question Forty-one: Does your institution use IntraText as digital asset management software?
Question Forty-two: Does your institution use Invenio as digital asset management software?
Question Forty-three: Does your institution use Aigaion as digital asset management software?
Question Forty-four: Does your institution use BRICKS as digital asset management software?
Question Forty-five: Does your institution use EPrints as digital asset management software?
Question Forty-six: Does your institution use Museolog as digital asset management software?
Question Forty-seven: Does your institution use Omeka as digital asset management software?
Question Forty-eight: Does your institution use RefDB as digital asset management software?
Question Forty-nine: Does your institution use VITAL as digital asset management software?
Question Fifty: Does your institution use DigiTool as digital asset management software?
Question Fifty-one: Does your institution use any other digital asset management software (please,
specify)?
Question Fifty-two: Do you have your own divisional servers to store the division's digitization
projects?
Question Fifty-three: Do you have servers dedicated to specific digitization projects to store the
division's digitization projects?
Question Fifty-four: Do you use the general college/university/museum servers to store the
division's digitization projects?
Question Fifty-five: Do you use servers of a storage service or other third party service to store the
division's digitization projects?
Question Fifty-six: What has been your experience with digital asset management software? Have
you developed in-house solutions? Purchased commercial software? Used open source? What do
you recommend?

CHAPTER EIGHT: CATALOGING
Question Fifty-seven: About what percentage of the labor time required for your digitization
projects would you say are accounted for by cataloging and metadata issues?
Question Fifty-eight: What has been your spending over the past three years on outside metadata
services for your digitization projects?
Question Fifty-nine: New types of digital metadata and editing software have been developed which
enable digital project managers to "tag" or "slice and dice" and then develop metadata for highly
specific fractions of audio, video, text, photographs and other digital materials For example, this
software could aggregate 100 video films about the natural world and catalog the footage by type
of animal, or by region of the world, so that a researcher could pull up only scenes involving tigers,
or only scenes shot in rain forests, or only scenes shot at night Or, another example, a music
researcher could search thousands of symphonies and choose only those in which certain
instruments were used in certain time periods Have you used such software or plan to use it for
your special collection development?
Question Sixty: How satisfied are you with the metadata creation for your digitization projects?
Have you been able to implement the metadata successfully? What are your plans for the future?

CHAPTER NINE: COLLABORATIONS
Question Sixty-one: Has your organization outsourced a digitization project largely to another
organization, such as a major museum or university that specializes in such projects?
Question Sixty-two: Choose the phrase that best summarizes your opinion of the following
philosophy: "Small colleges and museums should let larger or more specialized universities or
museums handle many of their digitization projects since these institutions have the equipment,
experience and economies of scale to do a better job at lower cost than many smaller institutions
can do for themselves"

CHAPTER TEN: MARKETING
Question Sixty-three: Over the past three years how much did the division (s) spend on marketing
and publicizing the digitization of special collections
Question Sixty-four: Does the division (s) license or rent use of any aspect of its digital collection to
any party?
Question Sixty-five: If the Division licenses, rents or sells any aspects of its digital collections,
approximately how much revenue did it accrue from these activities over the past three years?
Question Sixty-six: Has the digitization of any of your collections led to higher sales of
reproductions and items related to your collection through gift shops, catalogs or other venues?
Question Sixty-seven: If the library sells reproductions of elements of its collection, how would you
describe the impact of digitization on sales of these item
Question Sixty-eight: Has your organization used YouTube, ITunes, Flicker or other internet based
archival and retrieving service for text, video, sound, photographs or other digital resources to
market or otherwise make available your collection? If so how?
Question Sixty-nine: Has your organization been able to use Facebook or other social networking
site to market your collection? If so how?

CHAPTER ELEVEN: FAVORED RESOURCES
Question Seventy: What are some of your favorite blogs, listservs, websites, publications,
conferences and other resources that you use to keep abreast of developments in library special
collections and museum digitization projects and strategies?

CHAPTER TWELVE: ADVICE FOR PEERS
Question Seventy-one: If there is something that you have learned along the way that has made
your digitization projects better, more efficient, less costly, please pass it along here It can relate to
equipment, techniques, management, deployment of labor, marketing, cataloging, supervision,
outsourcing or any aspect of digitization projects not previously mentioned

LIST OF TABLES
TABLE 11:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A
PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS
TABLE 12:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A
PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 13:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A
PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 14:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A
PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 15:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A
PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 16:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF PHOTOGRAPHS FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A
PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 17:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF MICROFILM OR FICHE FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY
FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS
TABLE 18:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF MICROFILM OR FICHE FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY
FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 19:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF MICROFILM OR FICHE FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY
FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 110:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF MICROFILM OR FICHE FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY
FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION
ACTIVITY
TABLE 111:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF MICROFILM OR FICHE FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY
FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 112:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF MICROFILM OR FICHE FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY
FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 113:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF TEXT FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH IT FORMS A PART OF
YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS
TABLE 114:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF TEXT FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF
YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 115:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF TEXT FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF
YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 116:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF TEXT FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF
YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 117:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF TEXT FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF
YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 118:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF TEXT FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF
YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 119:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF MUSIC OR OTHER VOICE RECORDINGS FOR THE DEGREE
TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS
TABLE 120:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF MUSIC OR OTHER VOICE RECORDINGS FOR THE DEGREE
TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 121:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF MUSIC OR OTHER VOICE RECORDINGS FOR THE DEGREE
TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF
LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 122:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF MUSIC OR OTHER VOICE RECORDINGS FOR THE DEGREE
TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF
DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 123:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF MUSIC OR OTHER VOICE RECORDINGS FOR THE DEGREE
TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF
DIGITIZATION
TABLE 124:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF MUSIC OR OTHER VOICE RECORDINGS FOR THE DEGREE
TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL
BUDGET
TABLE 125:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF FILM OR VIDEO FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM
A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS
TABLE 126:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF FILM OR VIDEO FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM
A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 127:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF FILM OR VIDEO FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM
A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 128:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF FILM OR VIDEO FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM
A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 129:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF FILM OR VIDEO FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM
A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 130:RANK THE DIGITIZATION OF FILM OR VIDEO FOR THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM
A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 131:RANK THE PRESERVATION OR ENHANCEMENT OF EXISTING DIGITAL FORMATS FOR
THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS
TABLE 132:RANK THE PRESERVATION OR ENHANCEMENT OF EXISTING DIGITAL FORMATS FOR
THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY
COUNTRY
TABLE 133:RANK THE PRESERVATION OR ENHANCEMENT OF EXISTING DIGITAL FORMATS FOR
THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY
TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 134:RANK THE PRESERVATION OR ENHANCEMENT OF EXISTING DIGITAL FORMATS FOR
THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY
RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 135:RANK THE PRESERVATION OR ENHANCEMENT OF EXISTING DIGITAL FORMATS FOR
THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY
MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 136:RANK THE PRESERVATION OR ENHANCEMENT OF EXISTING DIGITAL FORMATS FOR
THE DEGREE TO WHICH THEY FORM A PART OF YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY
ANNUAL BUDGET

TABLE 21:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION   COMES FROM THE LIBRARY
BUDGET?
TABLE 22:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION   COMES FROM THE LIBRARY
BUDGET? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 23:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION   COMES FROM THE LIBRARY
BUDGET? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 24:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION   COMES FROM THE LIBRARY
BUDGET? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 25:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION   COMES FROM THE LIBRARY
BUDGET? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 26:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM THE LIBRARY
BUDGET? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 27:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM A
SUPPLEMENTARY GRANT FROM THE PARENT INSTITUTION?
TABLE 28:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM A
SUPPLEMENTARY GRANT FROM THE PARENT INSTITUTION? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 29:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM A
SUPPLEMENTARY GRANT FROM THE PARENT INSTITUTION? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF
MUSEUM
TABLE 210:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM A
SUPPLEMENTARY GRANT FROM THE PARENT INSTITUTION? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF
DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 211:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM A
SUPPLEMENTARY GRANT FROM THE PARENT INSTITUTION? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF
DIGITIZATION
TABLE 212:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM A
SUPPLEMENTARY GRANT FROM THE PARENT INSTITUTION? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 213:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM GRANTS &
FUNDRAISING?
TABLE 214:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM GRANTS &
FUNDRAISING? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 215:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM GRANTS &
FUNDRAISING? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 216:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM GRANTS &
FUNDRAISING? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 217:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM GRANTS &
FUNDRAISING? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 218:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM GRANTS &
FUNDRAISING? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 219:QUESTION TEN: WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES
FROM AN ENDOWMENT?
TABLE 220:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM AN
ENDOWMENT? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 221:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM AN
ENDOWMENT? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 222:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM AN
ENDOWMENT? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 223:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM AN
ENDOWMENT? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 224:WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE BUDGET FOR DIGITIZATION COMES FROM AN
ENDOWMENT? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 225:HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE OUTLOOK FOR RAISING MONEY FOR DIGITIZATION
PROJECTS FROM SOURCES OUTSIDE OF THE MAIN LIBRARY, MUSEUM OR OTHER MAIN
INSTITUTIONAL BUDGET?
TABLE 226:HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE OUTLOOK FOR RAISING MONEY FOR DIGITIZATION
PROJECTS FROM SOURCES OUTSIDE OF THE MAIN LIBRARY, MUSEUM OR OTHER MAIN
INSTITUTIONAL BUDGET? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 227:HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE OUTLOOK FOR RAISING MONEY FOR DIGITIZATION
PROJECTS FROM SOURCES OUTSIDE OF THE MAIN LIBRARY, MUSEUM OR OTHER MAIN
INSTITUTIONAL BUDGET? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 228:HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE OUTLOOK FOR RAISING MONEY FOR DIGITIZATION
PROJECTS FROM SOURCES OUTSIDE OF THE MAIN LIBRARY, MUSEUM OR OTHER MAIN
INSTITUTIONAL BUDGET? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 229:HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE OUTLOOK FOR RAISING MONEY FOR DIGITIZATION
PROJECTS FROM SOURCES OUTSIDE OF THE MAIN LIBRARY, MUSEUM OR OTHER MAIN
INSTITUTIONAL BUDGET? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 230:HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE OUTLOOK FOR RAISING MONEY FOR DIGITIZATION
PROJECTS FROM SOURCES OUTSIDE OF THE MAIN LIBRARY, MUSEUM OR OTHER MAIN
INSTITUTIONAL BUDGET? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 231:WHICH PHRASE BEST DESCRIBES THE PROBABLE COURSE OVER THE NEXT TWO
YEARS OF YOUR INSTITUTIONAL SPENDING FOR DIGITIZATION?
TABLE 232:WHICH PHRASE BEST DESCRIBES THE PROBABLE COURSE OVER THE NEXT TWO
YEARS OF YOUR INSTITUTIONAL SPENDING FOR DIGITIZATION? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 233:WHICH PHRASE BEST DESCRIBES THE PROBABLE COURSE OVER THE NEXT TWO
YEARS OF YOUR INSTITUTIONAL SPENDING FOR DIGITIZATION? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF
LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 234:WHICH PHRASE BEST DESCRIBES THE PROBABLE COURSE OVER THE NEXT TWO
YEARS OF YOUR INSTITUTIONAL SPENDING FOR DIGITIZATION? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF
DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 235:WHICH PHRASE BEST DESCRIBES THE PROBABLE COURSE OVER THE NEXT TWO
YEARS OF YOUR INSTITUTIONAL SPENDING FOR DIGITIZATION? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF
DIGITIZATION
TABLE 236:WHICH PHRASE BEST DESCRIBES THE PROBABLE COURSE OVER THE NEXT TWO
YEARS OF YOUR INSTITUTIONAL SPENDING FOR DIGITIZATION? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL
BUDGET
TABLE 237:HAS YOUR DIVISION TEAMED UP WITH ANY OTHER DEPARTMENT OR FACULTY OF THE
COLLEGE OR MUSEUM TO WORK JOINTLY ON DIGITIZATION PROJECTS?
TABLE 238:HAS YOUR DIVISION TEAMED UP WITH ANY OTHER DEPARTMENT OR FACULTY OF THE
COLLEGE OR MUSEUM TO WORK JOINTLY ON DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY
COUNTRY
TABLE 239:HAS YOUR DIVISION TEAMED UP WITH ANY OTHER DEPARTMENT OR FACULTY OF THE
COLLEGE OR MUSEUM TO WORK JOINTLY ON DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF
LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 240:HAS YOUR DIVISION TEAMED UP WITH ANY OTHER DEPARTMENT OR FACULTY OF THE
COLLEGE OR MUSEUM TO WORK JOINTLY ON DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE
OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 241:HAS YOUR DIVISION TEAMED UP WITH ANY OTHER DEPARTMENT OR FACULTY OF THE
COLLEGE OR MUSEUM TO WORK JOINTLY ON DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN
AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 242:HAS YOUR DIVISION TEAMED UP WITH ANY OTHER DEPARTMENT OR FACULTY OF THE
COLLEGE OR MUSEUM TO WORK JOINTLY ON DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL
BUDGET
TABLE 243:IF ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS (NOT ADMINISTRATIVE WHICH ARE DISCUSSED
SEPARATELY) HAVE CONTRIBUTED FUNDING TO DIGITIZATION PROJECTS WITH THE LIBRARY OR
MUSEUM OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS, APPROXIMATELY HOW MUCH IN THE AGGREGATE HAVE
THESE DEPARTMENTS SPENT ON DIGITIZATION PROJECTS DONE JOINTLY WITH THE LIBRARY?
TABLE 244:IF ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS (NOT ADMINISTRATIVE WHICH ARE DISCUSSED
SEPARATELY) HAVE CONTRIBUTED FUNDING TO DIGITIZATION PROJECTS WITH THE LIBRARY OR
MUSEUM OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS, APPROXIMATELY HOW MUCH IN THE AGGREGATE HAVE
THESE DEPARTMENTS SPENT ON DIGITIZATION PROJECTS DONE JOINTLY WITH THE LIBRARY?
BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 245:IF ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS (NOT ADMINISTRATIVE WHICH ARE DISCUSSED
SEPARATELY) HAVE CONTRIBUTED FUNDING TO DIGITIZATION PROJECTS WITH THE LIBRARY OR
MUSEUM OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS, APPROXIMATELY HOW MUCH IN THE AGGREGATE HAVE
THESE DEPARTMENTS SPENT ON DIGITIZATION PROJECTS DONE JOINTLY WITH THE LIBRARY?
BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 246:IF ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS (NOT ADMINISTRATIVE WHICH ARE DISCUSSED
SEPARATELY) HAVE CONTRIBUTED FUNDING TO DIGITIZATION PROJECTS WITH THE LIBRARY OR
MUSEUM OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS, APPROXIMATELY HOW MUCH IN THE AGGREGATE HAVE
THESE DEPARTMENTS SPENT ON DIGITIZATION PROJECTS DONE JOINTLY WITH THE LIBRARY?
BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 247:IF ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS (NOT ADMINISTRATIVE WHICH ARE DISCUSSED
SEPARATELY) HAVE CONTRIBUTED FUNDING TO DIGITIZATION PROJECTS WITH THE LIBRARY OR
MUSEUM OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS, APPROXIMATELY HOW MUCH IN THE AGGREGATE HAVE
THESE DEPARTMENTS SPENT ON DIGITIZATION PROJECTS DONE JOINTLY WITH THE LIBRARY?
BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 248:IF ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS (NOT ADMINISTRATIVE WHICH ARE DISCUSSED
SEPARATELY) HAVE CONTRIBUTED FUNDING TO DIGITIZATION PROJECTS WITH THE LIBRARY OR
MUSEUM OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS, APPROXIMATELY HOW MUCH IN THE AGGREGATE HAVE
THESE DEPARTMENTS SPENT ON DIGITIZATION PROJECTS DONE JOINTLY WITH THE LIBRARY?
BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET

TABLE 31:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY INDIVIDUALS ARE CURRENTLY SPENDING AT LEAST PART
OF THEIR WORKDAY ON THE DIGITIZATION PROJECTS FOR WHICH YOU ARE GIVING DATA?
INCLUDE FULL AND PART-TIMERS
TABLE 32:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY INDIVIDUALS ARE CURRENTLY SPENDING AT LEAST PART
OF THEIR WORKDAY ON THE DIGITIZATION PROJECTS FOR WHICH YOU ARE GIVING DATA?
INCLUDE FULL AND PART-TIMERS BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 33:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY INDIVIDUALS ARE CURRENTLY SPENDING AT LEAST PART
OF THEIR WORKDAY ON THE DIGITIZATION PROJECTS FOR WHICH YOU ARE GIVING DATA?
INCLUDE FULL AND PART-TIMERS BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 34:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY INDIVIDUALS ARE CURRENTLY SPENDING AT LEAST PART
OF THEIR WORKDAY ON THE DIGITIZATION PROJECTS FOR WHICH YOU ARE GIVING DATA?
INCLUDE FULL AND PART-TIMERS BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 35:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY INDIVIDUALS ARE CURRENTLY SPENDING AT LEAST PART
OF THEIR WORKDAY ON THE DIGITIZATION PROJECTS FOR WHICH YOU ARE GIVING DATA?
INCLUDE FULL AND PART-TIMERS BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 36:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY INDIVIDUALS ARE CURRENTLY SPENDING AT LEAST PART
OF THEIR WORKDAY ON THE DIGITIZATION PROJECTS FOR WHICH YOU ARE GIVING DATA?
INCLUDE FULL AND PART-TIMERS BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 37:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY MAN HOURS ANNUALLY WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOUR
STAFF AND ASSOCIATED WORKERS SPEND ON YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS?
TABLE 38:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY MAN HOURS ANNUALLY WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOUR
STAFF AND ASSOCIATED WORKERS SPEND ON YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS? BROKEN OUT BY
COUNTRY
TABLE 39:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY MAN HOURS ANNUALLY WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOUR
STAFF AND ASSOCIATED WORKERS SPEND ON YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS? BROKEN OUT BY
TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 310:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY MAN HOURS ANNUALLY WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOUR
STAFF AND ASSOCIATED WORKERS SPEND ON YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS? BROKEN OUT BY
RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 311:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY MAN HOURS ANNUALLY WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOUR
STAFF AND ASSOCIATED WORKERS SPEND ON YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS? BROKEN OUT BY
MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 312:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY MAN HOURS ANNUALLY WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOUR
STAFF AND ASSOCIATED WORKERS SPEND ON YOUR DIGITIZATION EFFORTS? BROKEN OUT BY
ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 313:OVER THE NEXT TWO YEARS DO YOU EXPECT THAT…
TABLE 314:OVER THE NEXT TWO YEARS DO YOU EXPECT THAT… BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 315:OVER THE NEXT TWO YEARS DO YOU EXPECT THAT… BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF
LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 316:OVER THE NEXT TWO YEARS DO YOU EXPECT THAT… BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF
DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 317:OVER THE NEXT TWO YEARS DO YOU EXPECT THAT… BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF
DIGITIZATION
TABLE 318:OVER THE NEXT TWO YEARS DO YOU EXPECT THAT… BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL
BUDGET

TABLE 41:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY UNIQUE PHYSICAL EXHIBITS DOES YOUR DIVISION STAGE
EACH YEAR?
TABLE 42:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY UNIQUE PHYSICAL EXHIBITS DOES YOUR DIVISION STAGE
EACH YEAR? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 43:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY UNIQUE PHYSICAL EXHIBITS DOES YOUR DIVISION STAGE
EACH YEAR? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OR MUSEUM
TABLE 44:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY UNIQUE PHYSICAL EXHIBITS DOES YOUR DIVISION STAGE
EACH YEAR? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 45:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY UNIQUE PHYSICAL EXHIBITS DOES YOUR DIVISION STAGE
EACH YEAR? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 46:APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY UNIQUE PHYSICAL EXHIBITS DOES YOUR DIVISION STAGE
EACH YEAR? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 47:APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE PHYSICAL EXHIBITS STAGED ARE
ACCOMPANIED BY A SUBSTANTIAL ONLINE EXHIBIT THAT YOU WOULD SAY EITHER REPRODUCE A
SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE PHYSICAL EXHIBIT OR ADD TO THE EXHIBIT IN A SIGNIFICANT
WAY?
TABLE 48:APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE PHYSICAL EXHIBITS STAGED ARE
ACCOMPANIED BY A SUBSTANTIAL ONLINE EXHIBIT THAT YOU WOULD SAY EITHER REPRODUCE A
SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE PHYSICAL EXHIBIT OR ADD TO THE EXHIBIT IN A SIGNIFICANT
WAY? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 49:APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE PHYSICAL EXHIBITS STAGED ARE
ACCOMPANIED BY A SUBSTANTIAL ONLINE EXHIBIT THAT YOU WOULD SAY EITHER REPRODUCE A
SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE PHYSICAL EXHIBIT OR ADD TO THE EXHIBIT IN A SIGNIFICANT
WAY? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 410:APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE PHYSICAL EXHIBITS STAGED ARE
ACCOMPANIED BY A SUBSTANTIAL ONLINE EXHIBIT THAT YOU WOULD SAY EITHER REPRODUCE A
SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE PHYSICAL EXHIBIT OR ADD TO THE EXHIBIT IN A SIGNIFICANT
WAY? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 411:APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE PHYSICAL EXHIBITS STAGED ARE
ACCOMPANIED BY A SUBSTANTIAL ONLINE EXHIBIT THAT YOU WOULD SAY EITHER REPRODUCE A
SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE PHYSICAL EXHIBIT OR ADD TO THE EXHIBIT IN A SIGNIFICANT
WAY? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 412:APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE PHYSICAL EXHIBITS STAGED ARE
ACCOMPANIED BY A SUBSTANTIAL ONLINE EXHIBIT THAT YOU WOULD SAY EITHER REPRODUCE A
SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE PHYSICAL EXHIBIT OR ADD TO THE EXHIBIT IN A SIGNIFICANT
WAY? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 413:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED ANY ASPECT OF
RIGHTS/PERMISSIONS/COPYRIGHT MANAGEMENT TO THIRD PARTIES?
TABLE 414:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED ANY ASPECT OF
RIGHTS/PERMISSIONS/COPYRIGHT MANAGEMENT TO THIRD PARTIES? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 415:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED ANY ASPECT OF
RIGHTS/PERMISSIONS/COPYRIGHT MANAGEMENT TO THIRD PARTIES? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF
LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 416:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED ANY ASPECT OF
RIGHTS/PERMISSIONS/COPYRIGHT MANAGEMENT TO THIRD PARTIES? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF
DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 417:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED ANY ASPECT OF
RIGHTS/PERMISSIONS/COPYRIGHT MANAGEMENT TO THIRD PARTIES? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN
AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 418:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED ANY ASPECT OF
RIGHTS/PERMISSIONS/COPYRIGHT MANAGEMENT TO THIRD PARTIES? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL
BUDGET

TABLE 51:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, TO A
THIRD PARTY, ANOTHER COLLEGE OR MUSEUM, PRIVATE CONSULTANT OR COMPANY?
TABLE 52:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, TO A
THIRD PARTY, ANOTHER COLLEGE OR MUSEUM, PRIVATE CONSULTANT OR COMPANY? BROKEN
OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 53:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, TO A
THIRD PARTY, ANOTHER COLLEGE OR MUSEUM, PRIVATE CONSULTANT OR COMPANY? BROKEN
OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 54:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, TO A
THIRD PARTY, ANOTHER COLLEGE OR MUSEUM, PRIVATE CONSULTANT OR COMPANY? BROKEN
OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 55:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, TO A
THIRD PARTY, ANOTHER COLLEGE OR MUSEUM, PRIVATE CONSULTANT OR COMPANY? BROKEN
OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 56:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, TO A
THIRD PARTY, ANOTHER COLLEGE OR MUSEUM, PRIVATE CONSULTANT OR COMPANY? BROKEN
OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 57:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WITHIN THE PAST THREE YEARS OF ANY
CULTURAL OBJECT – PHOTOGRAPHS, MUSIC, FILM, ARTWORK, TEXT, HISTORIC DOCUMENTS,
TEXTILES, ARCHITECTURAL OR ENGINEERING BLUEPRINTS OR DOCUMENTS, OR OTHER WORKS
OF CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE – HOW MUCH IN THE AGGREGATE HAVE YOU SPENT OVER THE PAST
THREE YEARS?
TABLE 58:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WITHIN THE PAST THREE YEARS OF ANY
CULTURAL OBJECT – PHOTOGRAPHS, MUSIC, FILM, ARTWORK, TEXT, HISTORIC DOCUMENTS,
TEXTILES, ARCHITECTURAL OR ENGINEERING BLUEPRINTS OR DOCUMENTS, OR OTHER WORKS
OF CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE – HOW MUCH IN THE AGGREGATE HAVE YOU SPENT OVER THE PAST
THREE YEARS? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 59:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WITHIN THE PAST THREE YEARS OF ANY
CULTURAL OBJECT – PHOTOGRAPHS, MUSIC, FILM, ARTWORK, TEXT, HISTORIC DOCUMENTS,
TEXTILES, ARCHITECTURAL OR ENGINEERING BLUEPRINTS OR DOCUMENTS, OR OTHER WORKS
OF CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE – HOW MUCH IN THE AGGREGATE HAVE YOU SPENT OVER THE PAST
THREE YEARS? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 510:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WITHIN THE PAST THREE YEARS OF ANY
CULTURAL OBJECT – PHOTOGRAPHS, MUSIC, FILM, ARTWORK, TEXT, HISTORIC DOCUMENTS,
TEXTILES, ARCHITECTURAL OR ENGINEERING BLUEPRINTS OR DOCUMENTS, OR OTHER WORKS
OF CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE – HOW MUCH IN THE AGGREGATE HAVE YOU SPENT OVER THE PAST
THREE YEARS? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 511:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WITHIN THE PAST THREE YEARS OF ANY
CULTURAL OBJECT – PHOTOGRAPHS, MUSIC, FILM, ARTWORK, TEXT, HISTORIC DOCUMENTS,
TEXTILES, ARCHITECTURAL OR ENGINEERING BLUEPRINTS OR DOCUMENTS, OR OTHER WORKS
OF CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE – HOW MUCH IN THE AGGREGATE HAVE YOU SPENT OVER THE PAST
THREE YEARS? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 512:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WITHIN THE PAST THREE YEARS OF ANY
CULTURAL OBJECT – PHOTOGRAPHS, MUSIC, FILM, ARTWORK, TEXT, HISTORIC DOCUMENTS,
TEXTILES, ARCHITECTURAL OR ENGINEERING BLUEPRINTS OR DOCUMENTS, OR OTHER WORKS
OF CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE – HOW MUCH IN THE AGGREGATE HAVE YOU SPENT OVER THE PAST
THREE YEARS? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 513:OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS WHAT PERCENTAGE OF YOUR DIGITIZATION WORK
WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOU OUTSOURCED TO THIRD PARTIES?
TABLE 514:OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS WHAT PERCENTAGE OF YOUR DIGITIZATION WORK
WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOU OUTSOURCED TO THIRD PARTIES? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 515:OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS WHAT PERCENTAGE OF YOUR DIGITIZATION WORK
WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOU OUTSOURCED TO THIRD PARTIES? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY
OF MUSEUM
TABLE 516:OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS WHAT PERCENTAGE OF YOUR DIGITIZATION WORK
WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOU OUTSOURCED TO THIRD PARTIES? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF
DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 517:OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS WHAT PERCENTAGE OF YOUR DIGITIZATION WORK
WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOU OUTSOURCED TO THIRD PARTIES? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF
DIGITIZATION
TABLE 518:OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS WHAT PERCENTAGE OF YOUR DIGITIZATION WORK
WOULD YOU SAY THAT YOU OUTSOURCED TO THIRD PARTIES? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 519:WHICH PHRASE BEST DESCRIBES YOUR ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE OUTSOURCING OF
DIGITIZATION WORK?
TABLE 520:WHICH PHRASE BEST DESCRIBES YOUR ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE OUTSOURCING OF
DIGITIZATION WORK? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 521:WHICH PHRASE BEST DESCRIBES YOUR ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE OUTSOURCING OF
DIGITIZATION WORK? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 522:WHICH PHRASE BEST DESCRIBES YOUR ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE OUTSOURCING OF
DIGITIZATION WORK? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 523:WHICH PHRASE BEST DESCRIBES YOUR ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE OUTSOURCING OF
DIGITIZATION WORK? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 524:WHICH PHRASE BEST DESCRIBES YOUR ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE OUTSOURCING OF
DIGITIZATION WORK? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 525:IN GENERAL WHEN YOUR WORK REQUIRES DIGITAL IMAGE ENHANCEMENT DOES
YOUR ORGANIZATION…
TABLE 526:IN GENERAL WHEN YOUR WORK REQUIRES DIGITAL IMAGE ENHANCEMENT DOES
YOUR ORGANIZATION… BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 527:IN GENERAL WHEN YOUR WORK REQUIRES DIGITAL IMAGE ENHANCEMENT DOES
YOUR ORGANIZATION… BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 528:IN GENERAL WHEN YOUR WORK REQUIRES DIGITAL IMAGE ENHANCEMENT DOES
YOUR ORGANIZATION… BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 529:IN GENERAL WHEN YOUR WORK REQUIRES DIGITAL IMAGE ENHANCEMENT DOES
YOUR ORGANIZATION… BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 530:IN GENERAL WHEN YOUR WORK REQUIRES DIGITAL IMAGE ENHANCEMENT DOES
YOUR ORGANIZATION… BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 531:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WORK OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS
APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE OUTSOURCED WORK WAS DONE OFF PREMISES?
TABLE 532:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WORK OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS
APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE OUTSOURCED WORK WAS DONE OFF PREMISES?
BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 533:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WORK OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS
APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE OUTSOURCED WORK WAS DONE OFF PREMISES?
BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 534:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WORK OVER THE   PAST THREE YEARS
APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE OUTSOURCED WORK WAS      DONE OFF PREMISES?
BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 535:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WORK OVER THE   PAST THREE YEARS
APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE OUTSOURCED WORK WAS      DONE OFF PREMISES?
BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 536:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WORK OVER THE   PAST THREE YEARS
APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE OUTSOURCED WORK WAS      DONE OFF PREMISES?
BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 537:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WORK OVER THE   PAST THREE YEARS
APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE OUTSOURCED WORK WAS      DONE ON PREMISES?
TABLE 538:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WORK OVER THE   PAST THREE YEARS
APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE OUTSOURCED WORK WAS      DONE ON PREMISES?
BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 539:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WORK OVER THE   PAST THREE YEARS
APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE OUTSOURCED WORK WAS      DONE ON PREMISES?
BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 540:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WORK OVER THE   PAST THREE YEARS
APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE OUTSOURCED WORK WAS      DONE ON PREMISES?
BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 541:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WORK OVER THE   PAST THREE YEARS
APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE OUTSOURCED WORK WAS      DONE ON PREMISES?
BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 542:IF YOU HAVE OUTSOURCED DIGITIZATION WORK OVER THE   PAST THREE YEARS
APPROXIMATELY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE OUTSOURCED WORK WAS      DONE ON PREMISES?
BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET

TABLE 61:HOW MUCH HAVE THE SPECIAL COLLECTIONS OR OTHER DIVISIONS FOR WHICH YOU
ARE PROVIDING DATA SPENT IN THE PAST THREE YEARS ON EQUIPMENT TO COPY, DUPLICATE,
RECORD, PHOTOGRAPH, SCAN OR OTHERWISE TRANSFORM CONTENT OF ANY KIND INTO DIGITAL
FORMATS?
TABLE 62:HOW MUCH HAVE THE SPECIAL COLLECTIONS OR OTHER DIVISIONS FOR WHICH YOU
ARE PROVIDING DATA SPENT IN THE PAST THREE YEARS ON EQUIPMENT TO COPY, DUPLICATE,
RECORD, PHOTOGRAPH, SCAN OR OTHERWISE TRANSFORM CONTENT OF ANY KIND INTO DIGITAL
FORMATS? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 63:HOW MUCH HAVE THE SPECIAL COLLECTIONS OR OTHER DIVISIONS FOR WHICH YOU
ARE PROVIDING DATA SPENT IN THE PAST THREE YEARS ON EQUIPMENT TO COPY, DUPLICATE,
RECORD, PHOTOGRAPH, SCAN OR OTHERWISE TRANSFORM CONTENT OF ANY KIND INTO DIGITAL
FORMATS? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 64:HOW MUCH HAVE THE SPECIAL COLLECTIONS OR OTHER DIVISIONS FOR WHICH YOU
ARE PROVIDING DATA SPENT IN THE PAST THREE YEARS ON EQUIPMENT TO COPY, DUPLICATE,
RECORD, PHOTOGRAPH, SCAN OR OTHERWISE TRANSFORM CONTENT OF ANY KIND INTO DIGITAL
FORMATS? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 65:HOW MUCH HAVE THE SPECIAL COLLECTIONS OR OTHER DIVISIONS FOR WHICH YOU
ARE PROVIDING DATA SPENT IN THE PAST THREE YEARS ON EQUIPMENT TO COPY, DUPLICATE,
RECORD, PHOTOGRAPH, SCAN OR OTHERWISE TRANSFORM CONTENT OF ANY KIND INTO DIGITAL
FORMATS? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 66:HOW MUCH HAVE THE SPECIAL COLLECTIONS OR OTHER DIVISIONS FOR WHICH YOU
ARE PROVIDING DATA SPENT IN THE PAST THREE YEARS ON EQUIPMENT TO COPY, DUPLICATE,
RECORD, PHOTOGRAPH, SCAN OR OTHERWISE TRANSFORM CONTENT OF ANY KIND INTO DIGITAL
FORMATS? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET

TABLE 71:DOES THE DIVISION CURRENTLY HAVE ANY FORM OF DIGITAL   ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE?
TABLE 72:DOES THE DIVISION CURRENTLY HAVE ANY FORM OF DIGITAL   ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 73:DOES THE DIVISION CURRENTLY HAVE ANY FORM OF DIGITAL   ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 74:DOES THE DIVISION CURRENTLY HAVE ANY FORM OF DIGITAL   ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 75:DOES THE DIVISION CURRENTLY HAVE ANY FORM OF DIGITAL   ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 76:DOES THE DIVISION CURRENTLY HAVE ANY FORM OF DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 77:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE CONTENTDM AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE?
TABLE 78:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE CONTENTDM AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 79:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE CONTENTDM AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 710:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE CONTENTDM AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 711:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE CONTENTDM AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 712:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE CONTENTDM AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 713:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE LUNA INSIGHT AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE?
TABLE 714:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE LUNA INSIGHT AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 715:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE LUNA INSIGHT AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 716:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE LUNA INSIGHT AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 717:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE LUNA INSIGHT AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 718:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE LUNA INSIGHT AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 719:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE DSPACE AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
TABLE 720:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE DSPACE AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 721:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE DSPACE AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 722:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE DSPACE AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 723:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE DSPACE AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 724:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE DSPACE AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 725:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE EXPANDED BOOKS AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE?
TABLE 726:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE FEDORA AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
TABLE 727:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE FEDORA AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 728:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE FEDORA AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 729:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE FEDORA AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 730:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE FEDORA AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 731:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE FEDORA AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 732:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE GREENSTONE AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE?
TABLE 733:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE INTRATEXT AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE?
TABLE 734:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE INVENIO AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
TABLE 735:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE AIGAION AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
TABLE 736:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE BRICKS AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
TABLE 737:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE EPRINTS AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
TABLE 738:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE MUSEOLOG AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE?
TABLE 739:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE OMEKA AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
TABLE 740:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE OMEKA AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 741:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE OMEKA AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 742:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE OMEKA AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 743:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE OMEKA AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 744:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE OMEKA AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 745:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE REFDB AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
TABLE 746:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE REFDB AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 747:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE REFDB AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 748:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE REFDB AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 749:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE REFDB AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 750:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE REFDB AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 751:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE VITAL AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
TABLE 752:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE DIGITOOL AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE?
TABLE 753:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE DIGITOOL AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 754:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE DIGITOOL AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 755:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE DIGITOOL AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 756:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE DIGITOOL AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 757:DOES YOUR INSTITUTION USE DIGITOOL AS DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 758:DO YOU HAVE YOUR OWN DIVISIONAL SERVERS TO STORE THE DIVISION'S
DIGITIZATION PROJECTS?
TABLE 759:DO YOU HAVE YOUR OWN DIVISIONAL SERVERS TO STORE THE DIVISION'S
DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 760:DO YOU HAVE YOUR OWN DIVISIONAL SERVERS TO STORE THE DIVISION’S
DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 761:DO YOU HAVE YOUR OWN DIVISIONAL SERVERS TO STORE THE DIVISION’S
DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 762:DO YOU HAVE YOUR OWN DIVISIONAL SERVERS TO STORE THE DIVISION’S
DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 763:DO YOU HAVE YOUR OWN DIVISIONAL SERVERS TO STORE THE DIVISION’S
DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 764:DO YOU HAVE SERVERS DEDICATED TO SPECIFIC DIGITIZATION PROJECTS TO STORE
THE DIVISION'S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS?
TABLE 765:DO YOU HAVE SERVERS DEDICATED TO SPECIFIC DIGITIZATION PROJECTS TO STORE
THE DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 766:DO YOU HAVE SERVERS DEDICATED TO SPECIFIC DIGITIZATION PROJECTS TO STORE
THE DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 767:DO YOU HAVE SERVERS DEDICATED TO SPECIFIC DIGITIZATION PROJECTS TO STORE
THE DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 768:DO YOU HAVE SERVERS DEDICATED TO SPECIFIC DIGITIZATION PROJECTS TO STORE
THE DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 769:DO YOU HAVE SERVERS DEDICATED TO SPECIFIC DIGITIZATION PROJECTS TO STORE
THE DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 770:DO YOU USE THE GENERAL COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY/MUSEUM SERVERS TO STORE THE
DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS?
TABLE 771:DO YOU USE THE GENERAL COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY/MUSEUM SERVERS TO STORE THE
DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 772:DO YOU USE THE GENERAL COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY/MUSEUM SERVERS TO STORE THE
DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 773:DO YOU USE THE GENERAL COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY/MUSEUM SERVERS TO STORE THE
DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 774:DO YOU USE THE GENERAL COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY/MUSEUM SERVERS TO STORE THE
DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 775:DO YOU USE THE GENERAL COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY/MUSEUM SERVERS TO STORE THE
DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 776:DO YOU USE SERVERS OF A STORAGE SERVICE OR OTHER THIRD PARTY SERVICE TO
STORE THE DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS?
TABLE 777:DO YOU USE SERVERS OF A STORAGE SERVICE OR OTHER THIRD PARTY SERVICE TO
STORE THE DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 778:DO YOU USE SERVERS OF A STORAGE SERVICE OR OTHER THIRD PARTY SERVICE TO
STORE THE DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 779:DO YOU USE SERVERS OF A STORAGE SERVICE OR OTHER THIRD PARTY SERVICE TO
STORE THE DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION
ACTIVITY
TABLE 780:DO YOU USE SERVERS OF A STORAGE SERVICE OR OTHER THIRD PARTY SERVICE TO
STORE THE DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 781:DO YOU USE SERVERS OF A STORAGE SERVICE OR OTHER THIRD PARTY SERVICE TO
STORE THE DIVISION’S DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET

TABLE 81:ABOUT WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE LABOR TIME REQUIRED FOR YOUR DIGITIZATION
PROJECTS WOULD YOU SAY ARE ACCOUNTED FOR BY CATALOGING AND METADATA ISSUES?
TABLE 82:ABOUT WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE LABOR TIME REQUIRED FOR YOUR DIGITIZATION
PROJECTS WOULD YOU SAY ARE ACCOUNTED FOR BY CATALOGING AND METADATA ISSUES?
BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 83:ABOUT WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE LABOR TIME REQUIRED FOR YOUR DIGITIZATION
PROJECTS WOULD YOU SAY ARE ACCOUNTED FOR BY CATALOGING AND METADATA ISSUES?
BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 84:ABOUT WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE LABOR TIME REQUIRED FOR YOUR DIGITIZATION
PROJECTS WOULD YOU SAY ARE ACCOUNTED FOR BY CATALOGING AND METADATA ISSUES?
BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 85:ABOUT WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE LABOR TIME REQUIRED FOR YOUR DIGITIZATION
PROJECTS WOULD YOU SAY ARE ACCOUNTED FOR BY CATALOGING AND METADATA ISSUES?
BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 86:ABOUT WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE LABOR TIME REQUIRED FOR YOUR DIGITIZATION
PROJECTS WOULD YOU SAY ARE ACCOUNTED FOR BY CATALOGING AND METADATA ISSUES?
BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 87:WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR SPENDING OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS ON OUTSIDE
METADATA SERVICES FOR YOUR DIGITIZATION PROJECTS?
TABLE 88:WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR SPENDING OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS ON OUTSIDE
METADATA SERVICES FOR YOUR DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 89:WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR SPENDING OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS ON OUTSIDE
METADATA SERVICES FOR YOUR DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF
MUSEUM
TABLE 810:WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR SPENDING OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS ON OUTSIDE
METADATA SERVICES FOR YOUR DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF
DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 811:WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR SPENDING OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS ON OUTSIDE
METADATA SERVICES FOR YOUR DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF
DIGITIZATION
TABLE 812:WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR SPENDING OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS ON OUTSIDE
METADATA SERVICES FOR YOUR DIGITIZATION PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET

TABLE 91:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED A DIGITIZATION PROJECT LARGELY TO
ANOTHER ORGANIZATION, SUCH AS A MAJOR MUSEUM OR UNIVERSITY THAT SPECIALIZES   IN
SUCH PROJECTS?
TABLE 92:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED A DIGITIZATION PROJECT LARGELY TO
ANOTHER ORGANIZATION, SUCH AS A MAJOR MUSEUM OR UNIVERSITY THAT SPECIALIZES   IN
SUCH PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 93:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED A DIGITIZATION PROJECT LARGELY TO
ANOTHER ORGANIZATION, SUCH AS A MAJOR MUSEUM OR UNIVERSITY THAT SPECIALIZES   IN
SUCH PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 94:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED A DIGITIZATION PROJECT LARGELY TO
ANOTHER ORGANIZATION, SUCH AS A MAJOR MUSEUM OR UNIVERSITY THAT SPECIALIZES   IN
SUCH PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 95:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED A DIGITIZATION PROJECT LARGELY TO
ANOTHER ORGANIZATION, SUCH AS A MAJOR MUSEUM OR UNIVERSITY THAT SPECIALIZES IN
SUCH PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 96:HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION OUTSOURCED A DIGITIZATION PROJECT LARGELY TO
ANOTHER ORGANIZATION, SUCH AS A MAJOR MUSEUM OR UNIVERSITY THAT SPECIALIZES IN
SUCH PROJECTS? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 97:CHOOSE THE PHRASE THAT BEST SUMMARIZES YOUR OPINION OF THE FOLLOWING
PHILOSOPHY: "SMALL COLLEGES AND MUSEUMS SHOULD LET LARGER OR MORE SPECIALIZED
UNIVERSITIES OR MUSEUMS HANDLE MANY OF THEIR DIGITIZATION PROJECTS SINCE THESE
INSTITUTIONS HAVE THE EQUIPMENT, EXPERIENCE AND ECONOMIES OF SCALE TO DO A BETTER
JOB AT LOWER COST THAN MANY SMALLER INSTITUTIONS CAN DO FOR THEMSELVES"
TABLE 98:CHOOSE THE PHRASE THAT BEST SUMMARIZES YOUR OPINION OF THE FOLLOWING
PHILOSOPHY: "SMALL COLLEGES AND MUSEUMS SHOULD LET LARGER OR MORE SPECIALIZED
UNIVERSITIES OR MUSEUMS HANDLE MANY OF THEIR DIGITIZATION PROJECTS SINCE THESE
INSTITUTIONS HAVE THE EQUIPMENT, EXPERIENCE AND ECONOMIES OF SCALE TO DO A BETTER
JOB AT LOWER COST THAN MANY SMALLER INSTITUTIONS CAN DO FOR THEMSELVES" BROKEN
OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 99:CHOOSE THE PHRASE THAT BEST SUMMARIZES YOUR OPINION OF THE FOLLOWING
PHILOSOPHY: "SMALL COLLEGES AND MUSEUMS SHOULD LET LARGER OR MORE SPECIALIZED
UNIVERSITIES OR MUSEUMS HANDLE MANY OF THEIR DIGITIZATION PROJECTS SINCE THESE
INSTITUTIONS HAVE THE EQUIPMENT, EXPERIENCE AND ECONOMIES OF SCALE TO DO A BETTER
JOB AT LOWER COST THAN MANY SMALLER INSTITUTIONS CAN DO FOR THEMSELVES" BROKEN
OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 910:CHOOSE THE PHRASE THAT BEST SUMMARIZES YOUR OPINION OF THE FOLLOWING
PHILOSOPHY: "SMALL COLLEGES AND MUSEUMS SHOULD LET LARGER OR MORE SPECIALIZED
UNIVERSITIES OR MUSEUMS HANDLE MANY OF THEIR DIGITIZATION PROJECTS SINCE THESE
INSTITUTIONS HAVE THE EQUIPMENT, EXPERIENCE AND ECONOMIES OF SCALE TO DO A BETTER
JOB AT LOWER COST THAN MANY SMALLER INSTITUTIONS CAN DO FOR THEMSELVES" BROKEN
OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 911:CHOOSE THE PHRASE THAT BEST SUMMARIZES YOUR OPINION OF THE FOLLOWING
PHILOSOPHY: "SMALL COLLEGES AND MUSEUMS SHOULD LET LARGER OR MORE SPECIALIZED
UNIVERSITIES OR MUSEUMS HANDLE MANY OF THEIR DIGITIZATION PROJECTS SINCE THESE
INSTITUTIONS HAVE THE EQUIPMENT, EXPERIENCE AND ECONOMIES OF SCALE TO DO A BETTER
JOB AT LOWER COST THAN MANY SMALLER INSTITUTIONS CAN DO FOR THEMSELVES" BROKEN
OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 912:CHOOSE THE PHRASE THAT BEST SUMMARIZES YOUR OPINION OF THE FOLLOWING
PHILOSOPHY: "SMALL COLLEGES AND MUSEUMS SHOULD LET LARGER OR MORE SPECIALIZED
UNIVERSITIES OR MUSEUMS HANDLE MANY OF THEIR DIGITIZATION PROJECTS SINCE THESE
INSTITUTIONS HAVE THE EQUIPMENT, EXPERIENCE AND ECONOMIES OF SCALE TO DO A BETTER
JOB AT LOWER COST THAN MANY SMALLER INSTITUTIONS CAN DO FOR THEMSELVES" BROKEN
OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET

TABLE 101:OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS HOW MUCH DID THE DIVISION (S) SPEND ON
MARKETING AND PUBLICIZING THE DIGITIZATION OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS?
TABLE 102:OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS HOW MUCH DID THE DIVISION (S) SPEND ON
MARKETING AND PUBLICIZING THE DIGITIZATION OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS? BROKEN OUT      BY
COUNTRY
TABLE 103:OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS HOW MUCH DID THE DIVISION (S) SPEND ON
MARKETING AND PUBLICIZING THE DIGITIZATION OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS? BROKEN OUT      BY
TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 104:OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS HOW MUCH DID THE DIVISION (S) SPEND ON
MARKETING AND PUBLICIZING THE DIGITIZATION OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS? BROKEN OUT      BY
RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 105:OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS HOW MUCH DID THE DIVISION (S) SPEND ON
MARKETING AND PUBLICIZING THE DIGITIZATION OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS? BROKEN OUT      BY
MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 106:OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS HOW MUCH DID THE DIVISION (S) SPEND ON
MARKETING AND PUBLICIZING THE DIGITIZATION OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS? BROKEN OUT      BY
ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 107:DOES THE DIVISION (S) LICENSE OR RENT USE OF ANY ASPECT OF ITS DIGITAL
COLLECTION TO ANY PARTY?
TABLE 108:DOES THE DIVISION (S) LICENSE OR RENT USE OF ANY ASPECT OF ITS DIGITAL
COLLECTION TO ANY PARTY? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 109:DOES THE DIVISION (S) LICENSE OR RENT USE OF ANY ASPECT OF ITS DIGITAL
COLLECTION TO ANY PARTY? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 1010:DOES THE DIVISION (S) LICENSE OR RENT USE OF ANY ASPECT OF ITS DIGITAL
COLLECTION TO ANY PARTY? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 1011:DOES THE DIVISION (S) LICENSE OR RENT USE OF ANY ASPECT OF ITS DIGITAL
COLLECTION TO ANY PARTY? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 1012:DOES THE DIVISION (S) LICENSE OR RENT USE OF ANY ASPECT OF ITS DIGITAL
COLLECTION TO ANY PARTY? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 1013:IF THE DIVISION LICENSES, RENTS OR SELLS ANY ASPECTS OF ITS DIGITAL
COLLECTIONS, APPROXIMATELY HOW MUCH REVENUE DID IT ACCRUE FROM THESE ACTIVITIES
OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS?
TABLE 1014:IF THE DIVISION LICENSES, RENTS OR SELLS ANY ASPECTS OF ITS DIGITAL
COLLECTIONS, APPROXIMATELY HOW MUCH REVENUE DID IT ACCRUE FROM THESE ACTIVITIES
OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 1015:IF THE DIVISION LICENSES, RENTS OR SELLS ANY ASPECTS OF ITS DIGITAL
COLLECTIONS, APPROXIMATELY HOW MUCH REVENUE DID IT ACCRUE FROM THESE ACTIVITIES
OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 1016:IF THE DIVISION LICENSES, RENTS OR SELLS ANY ASPECTS OF ITS DIGITAL
COLLECTIONS, APPROXIMATELY HOW MUCH REVENUE DID IT ACCRUE FROM THESE ACTIVITIES
OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 1017:IF THE DIVISION LICENSES, RENTS OR SELLS ANY ASPECTS OF ITS DIGITAL
COLLECTIONS, APPROXIMATELY HOW MUCH REVENUE DID IT ACCRUE FROM THESE ACTIVITIES
OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 1018:IF THE DIVISION LICENSES, RENTS OR SELLS ANY ASPECTS OF ITS DIGITAL
COLLECTIONS, APPROXIMATELY HOW MUCH REVENUE DID IT ACCRUE FROM THESE ACTIVITIES
OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 1019:HAS THE DIGITIZATION OF ANY OF YOUR COLLECTIONS LED TO HIGHER SALES OF
REPRODUCTIONS AND ITEMS RELATED TO YOUR COLLECTION THROUGH GIFT SHOPS, CATALOGS
OR OTHER VENUES?
TABLE 1020:HAS THE DIGITIZATION OF ANY OF YOUR COLLECTIONS LED TO HIGHER SALES OF
REPRODUCTIONS AND ITEMS RELATED TO YOUR COLLECTION THROUGH GIFT SHOPS, CATALOGS
OR OTHER VENUES? BROKEN OUT BY COUNTRY
TABLE 1021:HAS THE DIGITIZATION OF ANY OF YOUR COLLECTIONS LED TO HIGHER SALES OF
REPRODUCTIONS AND ITEMS RELATED TO YOUR COLLECTION THROUGH GIFT SHOPS, CATALOGS
OR OTHER VENUES? BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 1022:HAS THE DIGITIZATION OF ANY OF YOUR COLLECTIONS LED TO HIGHER SALES OF
REPRODUCTIONS AND ITEMS RELATED TO YOUR COLLECTION THROUGH GIFT SHOPS, CATALOGS
OR OTHER VENUES? BROKEN OUT BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 1023:HAS THE DIGITIZATION OF ANY OF YOUR COLLECTIONS LED TO HIGHER SALES OF
REPRODUCTIONS AND ITEMS RELATED TO YOUR COLLECTION THROUGH GIFT SHOPS, CATALOGS
OR OTHER VENUES? BROKEN OUT BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 1024:HAS THE DIGITIZATION OF ANY OF YOUR COLLECTIONS LED TO HIGHER SALES OF
REPRODUCTIONS AND ITEMS RELATED TO YOUR COLLECTION THROUGH GIFT SHOPS, CATALOGS
OR OTHER VENUES? BROKEN OUT BY ANNUAL BUDGET
TABLE 1025:IF THE LIBRARY SELLS REPRODUCTIONS OF ELEMENTS OF ITS COLLECTION, HOW
WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE IMPACT OF DIGITIZATION ON SALES OF THESE ITEMS?
TABLE 1026:IF THE LIBRARY SELLS REPRODUCTIONS OF ELEMENTS OF ITS COLLECTION, HOW
WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE IMPACT OF DIGITIZATION ON SALES OF THESE ITEMS? BROKEN OUT
BY COUNTRY
TABLE 1027:IF THE LIBRARY SELLS REPRODUCTIONS OF ELEMENTS OF ITS COLLECTION, HOW
WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE IMPACT OF DIGITIZATION ON SALES OF THESE ITEMS? BROKEN OUT
BY TYPE OF LIBRARY OF MUSEUM
TABLE 1028:IF THE LIBRARY SELLS REPRODUCTIONS OF ELEMENTS OF ITS COLLECTION, HOW
WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE IMPACT OF DIGITIZATION ON SALES OF THESE ITEMS? BROKEN OUT
BY RANGE OF DIGITIZATION ACTIVITY
TABLE 1029:IF THE LIBRARY SELLS REPRODUCTIONS OF ELEMENTS OF ITS COLLECTION, HOW
WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE IMPACT OF DIGITIZATION ON SALES OF THESE ITEMS? BROKEN OUT
BY MAIN AREA OF DIGITIZATION
TABLE 1030:IF THE LIBRARY SELLS REPRODUCTIONS OF ELEMENTS OF ITS COLLECTION, HOW
WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE IMPACT OF DIGITIZATION ON SALES OF THESE ITEMS? BROKEN OUT
BY ANNUAL BUDGET
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