This past Spring was very fruitful and brought much fulfillment and pride from my scholarship efforts. Two of my articles got published. I co-authored one peer-reviewed article that filled a gap in the literature by providing unique perspective on large-scale digitization of three different types of archival materials. On the other hand, my solo article shares the UNLV Digital collections custom digitization and troubleshooting approach for various archival materials and outlines some best practices.
The publications are available below. If you want to get into details and read more, please go to Publications at http://marina-expertise.com/publications
Digitization Workflows: Streamlining the digitization process and distinguishing the peculiarities in capturing various archival materials
Against the Grain [vol. 31, number 1]
Link to full text: http://bit.ly/ATG-digitization-workflows
Microfilm, Manuscripts, and Photographs: A Case Study Comparing Three Large-Scale Digitization Projects
Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies [Vol. 6]
Link to full text: https://elischolar.library.yale.edu/jcas/vol6/iss1/5/