The Factory Project: digitisation at the Victoria and Albert Museum

@article{Dodds2009TheFP,
  title={The Factory Project: digitisation at the Victoria and Albert Museum},
  author={Douglas Dodds and Ella Ravilious},
  journal={Art Libraries Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={34},
  pages={10 - 16}
}
The Victoria and Albert Museum’s Word and Image Department holds an estimated 750,000 prints, drawings, paintings and photographs. Recent acquisitions have been catalogued using the Museum’s Collections Information System, but the vast majority of earlier acquisitions are still only described in a wide range of card indexes and printed catalogues. The indexes have been scanned, but the Museum now needs to complete the transfer of the catalogue records to its online system. The ‘Factory… 
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