IASA 2009 conference, Athens: audio recordings

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Monday, September 21 2009

Cataloguing Greek Folk and Popular Music Recordings [in Greek]: George Kokkonis, Department of Traditional Music at the Technological Institute of High Education of Epirus, Arta, Greece


Tuesday, September 22 2009

Welcome address [in Greek]: Ioannis Tzanetakos, Hellenic National Audiovisual Archives (HeNAA)

Welcome address: Kevin Bradley, President, International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA)

Keynote: Towards a new kind of archive? The digital philosophy in audiovisual archives: Edwin van Huis, cultural entrepreneur and former president of FIAT/IFTA, Netherlands

The Future of Present Audiovisual Research Documents - Have we got strategies to ensure sustained access to primary source materials representing the basis of our present knowledge? : Dietrich Schüeller, Phonogrammarchiv, Vienna, Austria

Audiovisual content in the digital era: Rainer Hubert, Oesterreichische Mediathek, Vienna, Austria

Is Your Avatar in MySpace?: Matthew Davies, NFSA, Canberra, Australia

The underpinning of the Technical Guidelines: presentation of the IASA TC04 2nd edition: Pio Pellizari (chair), Kevin Bradley, Nadja Wallaszkovits & Journi Frilander



Wednesday, September 23 2009

Hybridity is the Future: Negotiating Life as an Archive-Library: Aaron M. Bittel, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, USA

Improving preservation and accessibility of audiovisual documents: a playground for convergence: Kurt Deggeller, Memoriav, Berne, Switzerland

The use of the audiovisual archives in audiovisual works: ethical issues in the compilation documentaries [in Greek]: Dr. Yannis Skopeteas, University of the Aegean, Department of Cultural technology and Communication, Mytilene, Lesvos, Greece

Audiovisual funds preservation and dissemination in state archives of Spain: An example of collaborating and using digital tools: "Spanish dances in Google Earth": M. Elena Cortes Ruiz, Fernando Ransanz Cordobes, Jose Luis Arcas Hernandez, State archives of Spain, Alcala de Henares, Spain



Thursday, September 24 2009

A portal for film archives in Europe: The European Film Gateway: Georg Eckes, Julia Weter, Deutsches Filminstitut – DIF, Frankfurt Franca Debole, CNR-ISTI, Pisa, Pasquale Savino, CNR-ISTI, Pisa

The impact of digital technology and international regulations in the protection and dissemination of indigenous knowledge in Africa: the case of the South Africa Music Archive Project (SAMAP): Ken Dennis Chisa, University of South Africa, Pitermaritzburg, South Africa

78 rpm records in the 21st century: “Resurrection” or a second “new life”? [in Greek]: Nikos Dionisopoulos, Institute for Research on Music & Acoustics, Athens, Greece

The European Project MEMORIES: a contribution to the audio archiving and retrieval processes: Michel Merten (Memnon, Belgium, Project Coordinator); Jean-Francois Cosandier, (RSR, Switzerland); Jacqueline von Arb (NIRS, Norway); Guy Marechal, Philippe Scohy (Memnon, Belgium)



Friday, September 25 2009

The need for specialised audiovisual archives in ESARBICA: Ruth Abankwah, Botswana Institute of Administration and Commerce, Gaborone, Botswana

The role of National Audiovisual Archives: The case of Israel : Gila Flam, The National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel

AVIN: Jamaica's Solution to Memorialising Its Cultural Patrimony: Maureen Webster-Prince, Frances Salmon, National Library of Jamaica & University of the West Indies, Mona. Kingston, Jamaica

Music information: a converging view of digital, physical and temporal resources: Michael Fingerhut, Ircam - Centre Pompidou, Paris, France