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FRAME 2014: Future for Restoration of Audiovisual Memory in Europe

16 Jun 2014 to 20 Jun 2014
Paris, France

A training course on new technologies applied to the restoration, digitization, preservation and use of audiovisual and cinematographic archives.

The 2014 edition of the FRAME seminar, dedicated to European professionals of the media industry, will take place in June and October, hosted by Ina EXPERT. It will address the issue of new technologies applied to the restoration, preservation, digitization and use of audiovisual archives.

IASA Annual conference

5 Oct 2014 to 9 Oct 2014
Cape Town, South Africa

IASA 2014 Annual Conference: Connecting Cultures: Content, Context, and Collaboration

Cape Town, South Africa, 5-9 October 2014 #iasa2014

Conference themes:

•Content and technologies
•Connecting data
•Contextualisation and Curation
•Curators and creators
•Customer-driven services issues
•Crowd-sourcing, cataloguing and content management
•Collaborative learning

Understanding and preserving audio collections

2 Oct 2013 to 4 Oct 2013
London, UK

Understanding and preserving audio collections

Preservation Advisory Centre 3-day Course

2-4 October 2013

The British Library Centre for Conservation
96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB
United Kingdom Location

Taking you from ‘what is it?’ through collection management issues to preservation strategies, this three day course provides an overview of managing and preserving audio material, with an emphasis on digitisation for preservation and access.

Discovery Access Methods for Sound Recording Collections

15 May 2013
Kansas City, Missouri, USA

The Education and Training Committee of the Association for Recorded Sound Collections presents "Discovery Access Methods for Sound Recording Collections." The workshop will be held on Wednesday, May 15, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., at the Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza, Kansas City,

This day-long workshop brings together professionals from a variety of backgrounds to discuss how audio resources can be found -- and made findable
-- in libraries, archives, digital collections, and discographies.


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