This video includes a behind-the-scenes look at the NLI digitization process and an up-front look at some of the viewers that allow NLI to make its collections accessible to the public.
- NLI uses Rosetta to support the Ktiv project, a collaboration with 1400 institutions worldwide to digitize more than 80,000 Hebrew manuscripts and make them publicly available.
- Rosetta manages 350 terabytes of data at NLI, with a growth rate of 10-20 terabytes per month. This includes 30 million files and 2.7 million digital objects.
- The National Sound Archive at NLI includes more than 35,000 hours of recordings.
September 26, 2016