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Conference Session 146

Preserving for the future: Integrating physical and digital preservation

Information Technology with Preservation and Conservation, Rare Books and Manuscripts and Library and Research Services for Parliaments

Congress track 2: Policy, strategy and advocacy.

20 August 2013 13:45 - 18:00 | Room: Exhibition Hall 404-405 | SI

  • Introduction by chair: Preserving for the future: Integrating physical and digital preservation
    ARTHUR TENNØE (National Library of Norway, Oslo, Norway)
  • Preservation and conservation as an integrated process in the German National Library: Status quo and outlook
    REINHARD ALTENHOENER (German National Library, Frankfurt, Germany)
  • Seeing the whole elephant: an integrated approach to managing preservation
    HEATHER BROWN (Artlab Australia & State Library of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia) and ROSS HARVEY (RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia)
  • Chronicles in preservation: Preserving digital news and newspapers
    NICK KRABBENHOEFT, KATHERINE SKINNER, MATT SCHULTZ (Educopia Institute, Atlanta GA, USA) and FREDRIK ZARNDT (Global Connexions, Coronado, CA, USA)
  • Integrating physical preservation and digitization: a currently effective process in the French National Library
    PHILIPPE VALLAS (Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, France)
  • The Oral History Records Rescue Group (OHRRG) Digitisation Project at the State Library of Western Australia
    PAT BEAMENT and LEE BLACKFORD (State Library of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia)
  • Parchment fragments, Co-operation and Complementarity - a case study
    MARIA SORJONEN (National Library of Finland, Helsinki, Finland)
  • National Diet Library's efforts to build the Great East Japan Earthquake Archive and its current status
    RIE NAGASAKI (National Diet Library, Tokyo, Japan)

Last update: 19 August 2013