This webinar introduces the topic of the preservation of the moving image with a focus on personal archiving.
While disaster planning in libraries is well established, very few libraries have plans specific to the challenging environment of high-density storage. Simple activities such as removal and tracking of materials become more complicated by barcoded storage trays on thirty-foot-high shelves. This program will focus on current disaster research ranging from fire protection and recovery to perspectives on recovery from water and fire related disasters. An ALCTS webcast
This session will be a primer to digital library preservation, assuming little or no background in protecting and ensuring access to both born digital and digitized collections, including text, images, and AV collections. The presentation will provide tools to begin extending the useful life of library collections.
The presentation will explore recipes as historical documents and show how to glean information from them. It also explores how to clarify and share recipes.
Learn how to engage with podcasters, audio creators, and digital storytellers by hosting your own Preserve This Podcast workshop. This interactive workshop will tackle this issue head-on by walking you how to communicate to audio-creators about the history of podcast technology, the basics of archival preservation, and simple steps to preserve their audio. We will review through the tools and techniques to prevent data loss before it’s too late, as well as “bake” these concepts into podcasters’ existing production workflows.
Our stories as individuals and as members of a community are preserved in each of our homes, in our family histories, and in life stories—not just in libraries, archives, and museums. Today, many of us record and keep these stories in digital formats, often on our smartphones. The ability to easily create audio and video recordings leads to deep and rich documentation of events that may be personally important but may also have regional or national significance.
Everyone has a story and every family has stories that have been lost or forgotten. Kenyatta D. Berry, author of The Family Tree Toolkit will provide tips on researching, preserving and sharing all aspects of your family’s history.
Digital photos are fragile and require special care to keep them accessible. But preserving any kind of digital information is a new concept that most people have little experience with. Technologies change over time and become obsolete, making it difficult to access older digital photos. Learn about the nature of the problem and hear about some simple, practical tips and tools to help you keep your digital photos safe.
This presentation will outline generic considerations and processes for building and managing a digital preservation workflow. We will focus upon generalized steps institutions can use to acquire, preserve and serve content. The presentation will describe distinct workflow stages in conjunction with sample procedures, policies, tools and services, stressing the dynamic nature of workflows over time, including the use of modular components and ongoing work to enhance automation and cope with issues of scale. An ALCTS Webcast.
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