I'll be presenting on crowdsourced transcription at the Midwest Archives Conference Fall Symposium next week and would like to spend some time on Wikisource and examples of small-to-medium sized archives working with Wikisource to transcribe handwritten material.

I know about the US NARA-Wikisource example--though it's a bit too big to be relevant for my audience--and really like the Archives departmental des Alpes-Maritimes on Wikisource.fr  (see http://fr.wikisource.org/wiki/Wikisource:Partenariats/Archives_D%C3%A9partementales_des_Alpes-Maritimes and http://manuscripttranscription.blogspot.com/2012/04/french-departmental-archive-on.html)

Are there other good examples of libraries and archives working with Wikisource for handwritten material I should point to?  Are there "how to"s similar to the GLAM-Wiki guides?  I'm fine dealing with French, German, or Spanish, but suspect my audience would prefer Engish-language projects.