Today, while surfing the web, I found this YouTube video of Eric Gilson and John Joergensen of Rutgers Camden Law Library presenting at the 2005 CALI (Computer Aided Law Instruction) conference. In it, Gilson & Joergensen discuss how to digitize congressional documents and build a digital library in a low-cost manner using open-source software. Unfortunately, you cannot really see the screen output from the projector, but the concepts are still relevant.
Posted by: Susan | April 29, 2012
Building low-cost legal digital collections on the cheap
Doreva Belfiore gives an overview of digitization and creating digital collections using open source software.