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Inhaltsangabe: This report is based on data from more than 80 libraries and museums in the USA, Canada, Australia, continental Europe and other locales. The study gives highly detailed data and commentary on the library and museum digitization projects of many institutions, including but not limited to budgets, costs, equipment purchases, use of consultants, outsourcing, revenue generation, marketing, software use, rights and permissions, relations with parent institutions, use of social media, online exhibits funding and fundraising and many other facets of the rapidly growing world of library and museum collection digitization. The study helps its end users to answer questions such as: what equipment is favored for what purposes by museum and library digitizers? How do the operations of digitizers of print materials compare to those that digitize voice or video or photographs? How are digitized collections marketed? How much labor is expended and what are the costs? How are decisions made about in-house digitization vs. outsourcing?