Primary Research Group has published Creating the Digital Library 2012 Edition, ISBN 157440-198-X. The report profiles the efforts of universities, library consortia and private firms to digitize books, periodicals, prints, music and film and other library materials. The organizations profiled include: the California Digital Library, the University of Chicago’s Oriental Institute, the University of Michigan Digital Production Service, the University of North Carolina’s Digital Southern Historical Collection, Luna Imaging, Inc., Orbis Cascade Alliance, the University of Kentucky, Northern Micrographics, and the University of Pittsburgh. The report explores the tactics, strategies, costs and development plans of these major players in library digitization efforts. Among the issues covered are: outsourcings vs. in-house digitization, rights, marketing, budgeting, impact on the print collection, equipment preferences, labor supply, partnerships and work flow. The purpose of the report is to help library digitizers answer fundamental questions related to the practical nuts and bolts of digitization decision making. The report was written by veteran former Business Week reporter Joan Oleck, author of numerous previous Primary Research Group studies on digitization. For further information visit our website at www.PrimaryResearch.com or call us at 212-736-2316.