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WiLS Offers Digitization on Demand of Public Domain Materials

WiLS (Wisconsin Library Services) has recently announced a new Digitization on Demand service. This service will provide complete digital copies of works from UW Madison Memorial Library's Special Collections and the Mills Music library that are within public domain.

Works will be scanned in their entirety for a library patron to use at their point of need, but the digital copy of the work will also be moved to the Digital Collection Center. Once the works have gone through processing with the Digital Collection Center, they will be linked to in the local OPAC and be hosted at the level of Google and the Hathi Trust to further future access to the work. The cost for this service will be paid for entirely by the requestor.

For more information or to request that an item be digitized, see the WILS web site.