Discard to Retention: A specialized evaluation and digitization project for architecture slides at Syracuse University
Syracuse University Library established a committee to determine the future of the slide collection. In contrast to other departments, the School of Architecture took all architecture related material in order to secure more time for evaluation. This case study presents an overview of the process and resulting decisions.
Valerie Rachel Herrera, (B.Arch, Syracuse University, 2012) also contributed to the realization of this article.
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