[Michlib-l] Does anyone know about OCI?
khurd at adlmi.org
Wed Feb 4 16:35:40 EST 2015
I received the same call and was also wondering…..
Almont District Library
213 W. St. Clair, PO Box 517
Almont, MI 48003
khurd at adlmi.org
On Feb 4, 2015, at 4:24 PM, Ann Greene <greenelib at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I received a phone call and a follow-up email from a man at OCI. He says that they digitize high school yearbooks for free.
> Has anyone heard about this project? Have any of you had actual experience with this company? Here are a couple of paragraphs from the email:
> I am contacting you about a program that we began here in Oklahoma several
> years ago that has been a huge benefit for libraries and high schools across
> our state. We are now offering this FREE service to libraries, high schools
> and historical societies in other states that might want to participate in
> this program. I am hopeful that we might be of service to your community.
> We have had good reviews from libraries and schools in your state that have
> already participated in this program.
> OCI is a state agency located in Lexington, Oklahoma. Our Records
> Conversion department has been in operation for over thirty years and
> consists of three areas; Data Entry, Digital Imaging and Image Review &
> Verification. We do records conversion for every state agency in Oklahoma.
> These include; the Department of Education, Department of Human Services,
> Department of Labor, the Oklahoma Supreme Court, and the Attorney General's
> Office, just to name a few. OCI is a rehabilitation and jobs training
> program that is affiliated with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections
> providing employment opportunities for low-risk offenders in a variety of
> different job skills in the computer operations field.
> Ann Greene
> Eau Claire District Library
> 6528 East Main Street
> Eau Claire, MI 49111
> greenelib at yahoo.com
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