digitise digitise


  • (v) put into digital form, as for use in a computer


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  • Linnar Viik, an adviser to Laar and an official who has played a large conceptual role in Estonia's drive to digitise, said the savings alone from not having to make photocopies of .


  • French institute to restore, digitise Mandela trial recordings

    France's National Audiovisual Institute (INA) announced Friday it would restore and digitise the recordings of the Rivonia Trial that saw Nelson Mandela and seven other anti-apartheid activists sentenced to life in jail. The original audio recordings of the 1963-1964 court case -- described as one of the most significant political trials in South African history -- are old and deteriorating. INA ...
    on December 20, 2013     Source: AFP via Yahoo! News


  1. "Even before we started Google, we dreamed of making the incredible breadth of information that librarians so lovingly organise searchable online," said Larry Page, Google co-founder. "Today we're pleased to announce this program to digitise...
    on Dec 14, 2004 By: Larry Page Source: ABC Online

  2. "It is the first documentation, archiving of my work. We started working on the book three years ago. I had to choose from thousands of slides to digitise them in CDs. I also helped the gallery and the anthologist track my work. Documentation of the...
    on Jul 2, 2010 By: Anjolie Ela Menon Source: South Asia Mail

  3. "Within a few months of this project starting, most major publishers began to look at digitisation, and now most major publishers have started to digitise their backfiles," Kiley explains.
    on Mar 6, 2007 By: Bob Kiley Source: IT Week

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