Digital Readiness Toolkit
Recollection Wisconsin’s new Digital Readiness Toolkit is now available! This revised and expanded set of tools, guidelines, examples, templates, and other resources is a complete guide to creating and tending a digital collection.
The Toolkit was developed specifically to meet the needs of small cultural heritage organizations and is freely available for anyone to use. Every stage of the Toolkit’s development, from planning to design to review to testing, was driven by community input.
Many thanks to everyone who contributed to this process, including beta testers at Carthage College, the Judge Eghart House (Port Washington), The Highground Veterans Memorial Park (Neillsville), and the Sister Bay Liberty Grove Fire Department Oral History Project.
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Wisconsin Valley Library Service
Digitization News and Grants
Registration is now open for the MN+ Digital Collections Conference being held October 17-18, 2022. This year will be a hybrid format. The in-person portion will be held on Monday, October 17th at the Union Depot, 214 4th Street East, Saint Paul,...
Federal granting agencies support preservation, conservation, digitization, and audio preservation initiatives to preserve and provide access to cultural collections held by America's libraries, archives, museums, historical organizations, and other nonprofits. IMLS...
2022 Local History & Historic Preservation Conference: October 12-14 CW Convention & Expo Center in Rothschild, Wisconsin
Join the Wisconsin Historical Society, in person or online, to experience high-quality sessions and thought-provoking keynotes at the 16th Annual Local History & Historic Preservation Conference, October 12 - 14, 2022. The 2022 Local History & Historic...