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Digitisation Projects: Publicising and Assessing Use
This guide outlines the various options available to those undertaking digitisation projects, considering the entire workflow from planning, hosting, copyright, digital imaging, metadata, software, web publishing tools etc.
JISC Digital media InfoKit. Outlines how the use of social media can support and enhance engagement with users of digital collections.It gives useful and practical tips on how to publicise your digitised collection using a variety of social media, particularly blogs, Twitter and Facebook.
The UK's South West Federation of Museums and Art Galleries has a range of useful guides on how to use social media including a Social Media Guide which focuses on using blogs, podcasts, video and Twitter.
Twitter is a great way of connecting with others and of staying up-to-date with publications, tools, and conferences.
This Toolkit was originally developed by the Oxford Internet Institute in 2008 as part of a JISC-funded, Usage and impact study that explored the questions: are digital resources succeeding at reaching their intended users? Are they having an impact on their community of users? How can impact be measured? The Toolkit was subsequently updated in 2011, and again in 2013, again with funding from JISC.