Workflow for Processing Manuscripts in Automated Systems



In January of 1983, Stanford began formal involvement in the Title II-C RLIN Manuscripts format project which included Yale University, Cornell University, and the Hoover Institution, in addition to the Stanford University Archives and Department of Special Collections. The first year of the project at Stanford involved laying a solid foundation consisting of implementation of short-term project procedures and long range planning. The 1983 project report for the Stanford University Archives and Department of Special Collections stated,

Integration of the RLIN format into existing departmental procedures was the goal towards which all newly instituted procedures, guidelines, and standards were pointed. . . .

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