This resource, from Culture24, considers that before you embark on a digitisation project you will need to have a good idea of the costs involved, the time the work will take and whether you will carry out the work in-house or using an external company. You will also need to link together the reproduction, associated information and the original item.
Managing and recording the creation of images and other kinds of reproduction of objects, including digital copies. The procedure helps you manage the results by linking information about reproductions and the original items they depict.
This resource is aimed at small to medium museums. It has information on developing a digital access plan, including a one page template document to download and use.
The resource, from CHIN, offers a comprehensive approach to planning digitisation in the form of an online training course.
This resource from Tate shares experience gained over a five-year digitisation project funded by HLF and Tate. It includes a section on selecting archive material for digitisation and avoiding unintended consequences such as cultural bias.
This resource examines the opportunities and possible challenges associated with each approach. It also offers links to further resources.
This resource allows you to estimate the up-front costs of digitisation work. Enter the staff costs of people working on your project and, as well as image-capture, you can factor in other processes such as quality-checking and creating metadata.
The Digital Preservation Handbook provides authoritative and practical guidance in the management of digital resources over time and the issues in sustaining access to them.
This resource is a European community-owned platform that offers useful advice about life-cycle costing. It gives members the chance to share and compare cost data for digital curation.