This guide, created by Cornell University, provides a comprehensive introduction to digital imaging. Some topics included are: selection, conversion, quality control, metadata, technical infrastructure, and preservation.
A brief tutorial video on some basics of digitization including scanning, file naming, file storage, master and access files, and working with partners.
This document, published in 2008, includes many best practices for digital imaging. It covers areas such as: initial considerations for projects, hardware considerations, creation basics (PPI, modes of capture, bit depth, color, etc.), and software considerations.
A document laying out minimum capture recommendations for different types of media.
A manual from FADGI (Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative). The document includes information on digitization equipment, imaging, workflows, file naming, quality control and much more.
Guidlines from NARA on digitizing items for reproduction and access. The guidelines touch on: digital image capture, metadata, file naming, and quality control.
Having a file naming system in place is crucial for digital imaging projects. This document from the Smithsonian sums up some best practices for file naming and directory structures.
A recording of a webinar from the METRO council touching on naming and organizing digital files.