Adams, Margaret. 1996. Private e-mail message to JoAnn Dionne, November 4.
Bearman, David. 1999. Reality and Chimeras in the Preservation of Electronic Records. D-Lib Magazine 5(4). Available at http://www.dlib.org/dlib/april99/bearman/04bearman.html.
Conway, Paul. 1996. Conversion of Microfilm to Digital Imagery: A Demonstration Project. Performance Report on the Production Conversion Phase of Project Open Book. New Haven, CT: Yale University Library.
Elkington, Nancy E., ed. 1994. Digital Imaging Technology for Preservation. Proceedings from an RLG Symposium held March 17 and 18, 1994, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. Mountain View, CA: Research Libraries Group, Inc.
Kenney, Anne R., and Stephen Chapman. 1996. Digital Imaging for Libraries and Archives. Ithaca, NY: Department of Preservation and Conservation, Cornell University Library.
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research. 1996. Producing Electronic Forms of Documentation: The Experience at ICPSR. Available at http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/ICPSR/Developments/nsf.pdf.
JSTOR. 1996. Why Images? Available at http://index.umdl.umich.edu/about/images.html.
Kenney, Anne R., and Stephen Chapman. 1995. Tutorial: Digital Resolution Requirements for Replacing Text-Based Material: Methods for Benchmarking Image Quality. Washington, DC: Commission on Preservation and Access.
Michelson, Avra, and Jeff Rothenberg. 1992. Scholarly Communication and Information Technology: Exploring the Impact of Changes in the Research Process on Archives. American Archivist 55:236-315.
National Archives and Records Administration, Archival Research and Evaluation Staff. 1990. A National Archives Strategy for the Development and Implementation of Standards for the Creation, Transfer, Access, and Long-term Storage of Electronic Records of the Federal Government. National Archives Technical Information Paper No. 8, June. Available at gopher://gopher.nara.gov:70/00/managers/archival/papers /strategy.txt.
Rockwell, Richard C. 1997. Message to the ICPSR OR-l (firstname.lastname@example.org) of February 27. Subject: ORL discussion of PDFICPSR.
Rothenberg, Jeff. 1995. Ensuring the Longevity of Digital Documents. Scientific American 272(1):42-47.
Rothenberg, Jeff. 1999. Avoiding Technological Quicksand: Finding a Viable Technical Foundation for Digital Preservation. Washington, DC: Council on Library and Information Resources (January). Available at https://clir.wordpress.clir.org/pubs/reports/reports.html.
SAS Institute. 1990. SAS Language: Reference. Version 6, 1st ed. Cary, NC: SAS Institute.
SPSS, Inc. 1988. SPSS-X User’s Guide. 3rd ed. Chicago: SPSS, Inc.
Saffady, William. 1993. Electronic Document Imaging Systems: Design, Evaluation, and Implementation. Westport, CT: Meckler Publishing.
Stielow, Frederick J. 1992. Archival Theory and the Preservation of Electronic Media: Opportunities and Standards Below the Cutting Edge. American Archivist 55:33243.
Task Force on Archiving of Digital Information. 1996. Preserving Digital Information. Report to the Commission on Preservation and Access and the Research Libraries Group. Washington, DC: Commission on Preservation and Access. Multiple versions are available at: http://www.rlg.org/ArchTF/.