St. Catharines Public Library has again chosen Ristech's Viewscan III microfilm/microfiche readers for their library patrons to research and browse their extensive collection. As well they have obtained one of Ristech's Spirit scanners to allow staff to preserve and digitize their collection rare books. These aquisitions will benefit the community by prioviding them access to an emmense wealth of local history, including city directories and census reports
The St. Catharines Public Library Board is committed to providing all the citizens of St. Catharines with the highest level of library services, materials and facilities within the resources available to meet their informational, educational and recreational needs.
Ristech enjoyed being at the ARLIS 2016 conference in Seattle, Washington this year to renew prior acquaintances and make new connections with the members of VRA. The introduction of the NEW K71 digital sensor camera and multiple copy-stand(s) was well received and provides you with new technology for excellent digitization of your special collections of documents and rare books.
Hamilton Public Library has again chosen Ristech's Viewscan II microfilm/microfiche readers for their library patrons to research and browse their extensive collection. As well they have obtained one of Ristech's Colortrac Gx+ 56 scanners to allow staff to preserve and digitize their large collection of War Posters, maps, and other large scale media. These acquisitions will benefit the community by providing them access to an immense wealth of local history, including city directories and census reports
The Hamilton Public Library, through its energetic board and staff, offers many convenient locations and hours, providing our citizens the "Freedom to Discover".
The Royal Ontario Museum has again choosen Ristech's Book2Net Spirit scanner to allow students and staff to collect and study sometimes rare and irreplacable media in a virtually non-destructive manner.
Having had great success in the past, this time the H.H. Mu Far Eastern Library received a new Spirit LED. The H.H. Mu Far Eastern Library is a reference library; the collections are non-circulating. Library materials may be used either in the H.H. Mu Far Eastern Library or can be transferred to the ROM's Main Library for reading in that library.