Presentations - Friday 28 September

Day 1: 26 September 2012 - Day 2: 27 September 2012 - Day 3: 28 September 2012

Plenary 3 - SI (09:00-10:00)

  • Whose memory and memories? Culture, science and politics in the digital age
    By Rüdiger Klein, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • Challenges for the preservation of audiovisual documents
    By Dietrich Schüller, Phonogrammarchiv, Austrian Academy of Sciences
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Concurrent Sessions (10:30 - 12:25)

International Perspectives and Cooperation

  • Climate services: A global community of collaboration
    By C. M. Skarlupka, International Environmental Data Rescue Organization
  • One year of efforts for digital preservation at Food and Agriculture Organization
    By C. Nicolai, R. Oriente, F. Servan, Food and Agricultural Organization, United Nations
  • Preservation of digital information in the information society: Problems and prospects. The outcomes of the Moscow Conference
    By E. Kuzmin, UNESCO Information for All Programme
  • Developing international cooperation between francophone heritage institutions: The action of the International Organisation of La Francophonie
    By C. Ambaud, Francophonie numérique de l'Organisation internationale de la Francophonie
  • Open Heritage: Developing and protecting the accessibility of information in a global market under pressure
    By M. Berendse, National Archives of the Netherlands, International Council on Archives
  • Archiving the world's e-journals: The Keepers Registry as global monitor
    By P. Burnhill, F. Pelle, P. Godefroy, F. Guy, M. Macgregor, A. Rusbridge, ISSN/PEPRS/The Keepers

The World Audiovisual Memory: Practical Challenges, Theorethical Solutions?

Metadata and Formats for Digitization and Digital Preservation

A Methodological Framework to Ensure Preservation

Digital Objects as Forensic Evidence

Concurrent Sessions (13:40 - 15:15)

Institutional and Inter-Organizational Initiatives in Digitization

Preserving Images: What do we need to know? (SI)

Small and large scale digitization: Towards a shared conceptual model

Preservation of Audiovisual Material

Trusting Data and Documents Online

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