Preservation

21st Annual Preservation Conference

Managing the Intangible:  Creating, Storing and Retrieving Digital Surrogates of Historical Materials

Speaker Presentations

Speaker's presentations are provided below in Adobe PDF format.

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Monday, April 30

Keynote Address

Managing the Intangible

  • Steven Puglia, Preservation and Imaging Specialist, Special Media Preservation Laboratory, NARA

Project Planning

Criteria for Funding Digital Programs:

Digital Stewardship

  • Joyce Ray, Associate Deputy Director for Library Services, Institute of Museum and Library Sciences (IMLS)

Digital Project Opportunities at the National Endowment for the Humanities

  • Charles C. Kolb, Senior Program Officer, National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

Infrastructure to Support Digital Preservation Programs:

Planning and Infrastructure for Analog to Digital Preservation Projects

  • Linda Tadic, Director of Operations, ARTstor

Digitizing Fundamentals

Creation and Purpose of the Digital Surrogate

  • Jim Lindner, Director, Media Matters

Quality Assessment of the Digital Surrogate:

Evaluating the Digital Surrogate Dynamic PDF version

Evaluating the Digital Surrogate Static PDF version

Quality Assurance and Control Measures: Considerations for Audio Visual ReformattingQuality Assurance and Control Measures: Considerations for Audio Visual Reformatting

  • Chris Lacinak, Adjunct Professor, New York University, Moving Image Archive and Preservation Program

NARA's Electronic Records Archive

ERA System Functions that will be available for each Increment

  • Lee Stang, National Archives, Electronic Records Archives (ERA)

Digital Preservation Programs and Organizational Change

Digital Programs and Organizational Change

  • Pierre Gamache, Director General, Care of Collection, Library and Archives of Canada

Tuesday, May 1

Static Imaging

Presentation of Case Studies and Panel Discussion:

Moderated by Kevin DeVorsey, Preservation Projects Officer, Preservation Programs, NARA

Scanning Negative Collections at the Library of Congress

  • Phil Michel, Digital Conversion Specialist, Library of Congress

NGA (National Gallery of Art) Digital Imaging Program

  • Alan Newman, Chief of Digital Imaging and Visual Services, National Gallery of Art

Digitization Activities at the National Anthropological Archives

  • Stephanie Ogeneski, Digital Imaging Specialist, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution

ARTstor: a Case Study

  • Linda Tadic, Director of Operations, ARTstor

Panel Discussion

Dynamic Media:

Moderated by Leslie Waffen, Chief of Motion Picture, Sound and Video Branch, NARA

"Planning for Digital Preservation and Acquisitions at the Library of Congress National Audio-Visual Conservation Center" Planning for Digital Preservation and Acquisitions at the Library of Congress National Audio-Visual Conservation Center

  • Greg Lukow, Chief of Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division, Library of Congress

Best Practice Guidelines for Digital Dynamic Media Collections at University of Maryland College Park LibrariesBest Practice Guidelines for Digital Dynamic Media Collections at University of Maryland College Park Libraries

  • Kate Murray, Audiovisual Archivist, Archives and Manuscripts, Hornbake Library, University of Maryland

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