National Archives to Hold 23rd Annual Preservation Conference March 26, 2009
Digitizing for Preservation and Access: Past is Prologue
Digitizing for Preservation and Access: Past is Prologue will focus on institutional approaches, case studies, standards and management techniques for projects and programs that are either underway or already completed. The intent is for attendees to leave the conference with an understanding of what digitizing choices are appropriate for their institution, based in part on lessons learned and new ground broken by other institutions, large and small.
Formal presentations will include:
- Digitization approaches;
- Federal guidelines and approaches to long-term management;
- Archival and preservation preparation for digitizing records;
- Public interface and providing access;
- Case studies in digitization from a variety of institutions.
Conference speakers will include:
For the full conference program, see http://www.archives.gov/preservation/conferences/2009/details.html#schedule.
The fee for the one-day conference is
Digitizing for Preservation and Access: Past is Prologue will also feature an exhibit by vendors who provide products and services related to the conference topic.
For additional conference information, please contact Conference Coordinator
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