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Our ALA Annual Giveaway winner is....

Conrrado Saldivar

Wyoming State Library

Conrrado is our 2022 ALA Annual Giveaway winner of a brand new ScanPro 2500! Congratulations…

Connecting Future Generations with the Past Through Digitization

On average, people aged 18 – 34 spend a lot of their time online, browsing on social media and connecting with others. From social media channels to breaking news, our smart devices offer seamless access to any information…

It's Back! ScanPro Giveaway for 2022 ALA Annual!

If you're attending this year's ALA Annual Conference, you can enter to win a ScanPro 2500…

Microform, Microfilm, Microfiche: A Guide to Micro-Records


Archivists across all sectors have been using microforms since the 1920s after a New York City banker patented a device that would make permanent copies of bank records. In the mid-1930s, Eastman Kodak bought the invention for their Recordak system. After Recordak…

e-ImageData's Role in Sustainability and Microfilm Digitization

Since its early use in the 1990s, the reasons and ways collections are digitized have changed significantly. Digitization allows for greater access to records by industry professionals and the public. The duty of an archivist…

CH Coakley's digitization success with ScanPro® All-In-One™

CH Coakley is a Wisconsin-based company providing document digitization services to organizations across multiple industries. As a “full-scan bureau”, their contracts include…

Archival Digitization: The Pathway to Innovation

Digitization offers a multitude of advantages that overlap with the qualities essential to innovation. The innate openness and generativity of the digital realm make it an ideal space for innovative ideas to be created, developed, and widely shared. For instance, the…

Readability & Richness: Why Low Magnification is Essential in Microfilm Scanning

What is Low Magnification?

Low magnification describes a type of image enlargement that preserves the resolution of the image without blurring or pixelation. This process is also referred to as ‘optical zoom’.…

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