The Ohio Historical Society partners with local institutions to digitize their microfilmed newspapers. Microfilm duplication is subcontracted to Bowling Green State University, and digitization is subcontracted to iArchives.
This service includes:
Why the National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP) technical specifications?
Utilizing the NDNP standards helps to ensure long-term sustainable access for your content. It also allows flexibility in hosting and delivery options as the specifications is operable in a variety of digital library platforms.
Please contact Digital Services staff directly to obtain a quote for your project.
In addition to providing newspaper digitization services, Digital Services staff provides general information and guidance on newspaper digitization projects. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions as we are happy to serve as a resource for you as you plan your newspaper digitization project.\
For an example of what your digitized newspaper might look like, view the Amherst News-Times Collection on Ohio Memory. For more information about Ohio Memory membership, please click here.
If you are interested in digitizing your microfilmed newspapers, contact:
Jenni Salamon – Project Coordinator, National Digital Newspaper Program in Ohio – (614) 297-2579
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.