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Title Presentation type Surname (author 1) Country Datesort descending Start time Venue
Save a Sound in the Czech Republic: The study focused on sound documents research among institutions poster Novotna CZECH REPUBLIC 27 Sept Tuesday 900 LoC Madison Building: Dining Rm. A
Implications and applications of the semantic web for cataloging models and standards workshop/tutorial Lai SWITZERLAND 27 Sept Tuesday 1500 LoC Madison Building: West Dining Rm.
Could you digitize it all? A personal narrative from an audiovisual preservation expert in Brazil poster Buarque BRAZIL 27 Sept Tuesday 900 LoC Madison Building: Dining Rm. A
Schools and oral history: Improvement in the teaching of social sciences through oral archives poster Navarro ARGENTINA 27 Sept Tuesday 900 LoC Madison Building: Dining Rm. A
Selection in the Digital Age? workshop/tutorial Pellizzari SWITZERLAND 27 Sept Tuesday 1100 LoC Madison Building: West Dining Rm.
Montreux Jazz Digital Project spoken paper Dufaux SWITZERLAND 27 Sept Tuesday 1500 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
Smithsonian Folklife Festival Documentation: Born Digital Workflows, Strategies and Challenges panel session Smith UNITED STATES 27 Sept Tuesday 1530 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
Organized Metadata Management Using Auto-Generated Program Scripts spoken paper Yamashita JAPAN 27 Sept Tuesday 1400 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
Promoting IT and AV Preservation Collaboration in University Libraries panel session Titkemeyer UNITED STATES 27 Sept Tuesday 1330 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
Content, Context, Convergence: Making Brooklyn Historical Society’s OH Collections Accessible panel session May UNITED STATES 28 Sept Wednesday 1300 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
Let the Robots Do the Work spoken paper Sam UNITED STATES 28 Sept Wednesday 1130 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
Extended preservation workflows - Derivatives of high resolution archive material - a case study spoken paper Lorenz GERMANY 28 Sept Wednesday 1500 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
Maximizing Access to Large Audio and AV collections: A Look at the American Archive of Public Broadcasting panel session Cariani UNITED STATES 28 Sept Wednesday 1705 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
Archives Enabled: Case Studies on the Digitisation and Subsequent Usage of Audiovisual Collections spoken paper Martin AUSTRALIA 28 Sept Wednesday 1330 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
How a film journalist’s legacy challenged the ORF audio archive to try new digitization workflows spoken paper Steinhäuser AUSTRIA 28 Sept Wednesday 1000 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
Managing Media Digitization Workflows spoken paper Casey UNITED STATES 28 Sept Wednesday 930 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
Seeing Voices: Experience with Imaging Methods for Recorded Sound Preservation panel session Alyea UNITED STATES 28 Sept Wednesday 1400 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
INA Selected Radio Broadcast Collections: A Long-Term Audio Restoration Project spoken paper Flores FRANCE 28 Sept Wednesday 1635 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
Quality in Quantity: QCTools for Mass-Digitization panel session Haydon UNITED STATES 28 Sept Wednesday 1100 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.
A survey of surveys: lessons learned from large institutional collection assessment projects panel session McShea UNITED STATES 28 Sept Wednesday 900 LoC Madison Building: Montpelier Rm.

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