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Libraries, Museums and Universities

Institutions partner with DCL to innovate, remain viable and create long-term sustainability.

Customized Solutions To Complex Digital Content Challenges.
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DCL has over three decades of experience serving libraries, museums and universities for all their digitization needs. Our focus on continuous collaboration with customers provides constant visibility into the progress of the project, a path to long-term value and future improvements, and the Return-On-Investment (ROI) you demand from your data conversion investment. DCL provides the highest quality standard in the industry, delivering projects with an accuracy rate as high as 99.997%. Got a conversion project? We’ve got you covered:

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GET STARTED

DCL has over three decades of experience serving libraries, museums and universities for all their digitization needs. Our focus on continuous collaboration with customers provides constant visibility into the progress of the project, a path to long-term value and future improvements, and the Return-On-Investment (ROI) you demand from your data conversion investment. DCL provides the highest quality standard in the industry, delivering projects with an accuracy rate as high as 99.997%. Got a conversion project? We’ve got you covered:

  • Libraries: Public, academic, corporate, government, research, and special library collections and repositories
  • Museums: Archives, libraries, special collections and records
  • Universities: Libraries, archives, databases, student records, curriculum management
 
DCL Works With Libraries, Museums & Universities

Frank J. Macchiarola, Former St. Francis College President and New York City Schools Chancellor Remembered in New Digital Archive - DCL has partnered with St. Francis College of Brooklyn Heights, NY, to preserve the remarkable career of the College’s former President and New York City Schools Chancellor Frank J. Macchiarola. DCL was brought on to do vital conversion work to preserve the artifacts of his legacy as a leading academic, political, and New York figure. The project’s mission was clear: to organize, create and convert to digital an archive from nearly 38 years’ worth of press and special papers (including books) on or by Frank Macchiarola.

Market for Digitization of Library Materials Growing - Very often a library doesn’t even know what is has until it starts creating a digital catalogue. This can be very valuable in a research environment. And some organizations just need the room that digitizing collections can create. We’ve worked with several libraries within government agencies that have several years of physical records that were taking up tens of thousands of square feet. Once you digitize these materials and make them available online, all you need is a small reading room.

Big Idea: How to Monetize Those Nuggets of Content Gold - The opportunities for monetizing unique collections of valuable content today are better than ever. Improved tools and techniques have reduced the cost of high-quality digitization. And the internet has dramatically increased potential audience size: today you can widely sell your content over the web to audiences you might never have known existed. Improved search technology, specialized aggregators, and the cloud make your content much more discoverable. People no longer need to travel thousands of miles to see unique materials, and they don't even need to touch them (which should make many archivists smile).

Specializing in XML, NLM, HTML, MARC & DAISY, DCL uses a combination of Optical Character Recognition (OCR), proprietary recognition and correction technology. It’s part of our commitment to quality in automation, so that you can rely on spot-checking work, instead of consuming valuable resources on manual proofing.

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Libraries, Museums, and Universities - Greg Fagan, Sales Director

Greg Fagan

Sales Director

Clients

Library of Congress
New York Public Library
St. Francis College of Brooklyn Heights, NY
Rhode Island School of Design
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Columbia University
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Source Formats

Reference Materials, Publications,
Research, Special Library Collections, Repositories,
Archives, Databases, Student Records
and Curriculum Management

Target Formats

XML
NLM
HTML
MARC
DAISY
Optical Character Recognition (OCR)