Backstage promotes Alicia Sell to Vice President of Digitization Services

BETHLEHEM, Pa., January 17, 2017 – Backstage Library Works (www.bslw.com) is pleased to announce the promotion of Alicia Sell to Vice President, Digitization Services. Sell has been with Backstage since 2011 serving as Account Manager for the Mid-Atlantic United States, and Europe. Her vision, wealth of experience in preservation, and her commitment to clients will be utilized in the expansion of client-centric services. Sell will also represent Backstage at conferences and speaking engagements. Continue reading

Libraries choose Backstage’s combined digitization and microfilming services for collection preservation

PROVO, Utah, November 16, 2016 –– As digitization and microfilming trends around the world continue to evolve, academic, public and special libraries are turning to Backstage Library Works (www.bslw.com) for a combined approach to preservation. Continue reading

Backstage names Jocelyn Dunlop as sales representative for Northern territory

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PROVO, Utah, September 8, 2016 –– Backstage Library Works (www.bslw.com) is pleased to announce that Jocelyn Dunlop has joined its sales team representing cataloging, digitization, microfilm, authority control, reclassification, data conversion and on-site services. Jocelyn will work with libraries in Illinois, … Continue reading

Backstage expands digitization studios to the West

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PROVO, Utah, June 22, 2016 – Backstage Library Works (www.bslw.com) is pleased to announce the expansion of its digitization studio in Provo, Utah. The expanded studio allows Backstage to meet the increasing demand for archival quality digitization within the library community in the western United States and Canada. Continue reading

Backstage Library Works preserves more than 19,000 pages of theatre history for Ohio State University

BETHLEHEM, Pa., March 4, 2015 – Backstage Library Works (www.BSLW.com) announced today the successful preservation digitization of 15 large scrapbook volumes from the Leffingwell collection documenting American theatre performance from the late 19th century through 1922. Digitization included loose items, oversized, heavy and acidic materials mounted on tissue paper, two-page spreads with items pasted across book gutters, and mounted theatre playbills containing multiple leaves. The Leffingwell scrapbooks vary in size and are held by The Ohio State University’s Lawrence & Lee Theatre Research Institute library. Continue reading