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2016 Annual IASA Conference - Call for Presentations Deadline Extended

Dear colleagues,
 
Due to the fairly short time until our conference (http://2016.iasa-web.org/), the original deadline for submitting proposals was relatively early. We thank all those who made the extra effort to submit their proposals on time and we will weigh that timeliness accordingly when considering proposals where other factors are equal.
 
For those that need more time, we are extending the deadline for submissions to 31 March 2016.
 

Memories of the IASA 2015 conference Paris: photos, video

Dear friends,

Photos contributed by several delegates and a video slide show by Elisabeth Steinhäuser are now available celebrating the wonderful conference we enjoyed in Paris a few weeks ago:

www.iasa-web.org/iasa-2015-conference-paris-additional-information

Thanks to all who contributed these images.

More information about previous IASA conferences:
www.iasa-web.org/past-conferences

Register before 25 August for lower IASA conference prices!

Don’t delay! Early bird rates for IASA’s 46th Annual Conference (Paris, 27 September - 1 October) close on 25 August.

Register online now at http://2015.iasa-web.org/registration to book your attendance. Full registration includes access to all presentations, the opening reception and professional visits, and a high-value series of expert tutorials and workshops.

Payments may be made by credit card, PayPal or bank transfer.

Joint Technical Symposium: Sustainable Audiovisual Collections Through Collaboration

SUSTAINABLE AUDIOVISUAL COLLECTIONS THROUGH COLLABORATION

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SINGAPORE, GALLERY THEATRE, BASEMENT: 7TH-9TH MARCH, 2016

The Joint Technical Symposium (JTS) explores the technical issues affecting the long term survival and accessibility of audiovisual collections. JTS is an international symposium and brings together the world’s foremost research and thinking regarding the preservation and accessibility of moving image and recorded sound collections, from 19th century endeavours to the most recent digital technologies.

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