The links and resources
in this section do not constitute an endorsement from IAM.
These lists are not exhaustive.
How to Digitally Archive and Share Historical Photographs, Documents, and Audio Recordings. (posted 5/29/12) The website provides practical technical information, including specific workflow and steps for creating digital master files and preparing the files for presentation. Scanning best practices used by museums, libraries and archives are described, including less expensive alternative practices that are acceptable for many archive projects. A unique feature of the website is that it addresses costs and benefits, and describes how to use inexpensive consumer technology effectively as well as more expensive professional technology. The website is intended to be useful to historical organizations and to families, and particularly for anyone working with budget limitations. Other topics include developing historical slide shows and a very practical chapter on legal rights. More information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The website is http://archivehistory.jeksite.org/
Java Applet Tutorial
Script Primer, a little more advanced. Start with the
other tutorials and primers first.
Web-Wise Conference Papers
If you know what the notion of a website is, but that's about
it, then this non-technical introduction is for you!
that can help:
staging, lighting, productions, and more.
Computer Networks, MCN
provides continuing opportunities to explore, implement, and disseminate
new technologies and best practices in the field.
Software, includes PastPerfect museum software
Discounted software for nonprofits!
Associates, Ltd., museum software products and services, and
a staff of professionals committed to helping you through every
stage of your technology
Plan B, web development and more.
Check out the IAM Lending Library for
titles available to members on this topic.