My PPT for a panel session at the American Library Association 2014 annual conference in Las Vegas. Sponsored by the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services (ALCTS) Division. Presenters: Speaker: Hannah Frost, Manager, Stanford Media Preservation Lab, Stanford University Libraries Speaker: Howard Besser, Director, Moving Image Archiving & Preservation, New York University Speaker: Siobhan Hagan, Audiovisual Archivist, University of Baltimore Langsdale Library Speaker: Stefan Elnabli, Moving Image and Sound Preservation Specialist, Northwestern University Library Speaker: Steven Villereal, Audiovisual Conservator, University of Virginia Library Description: A few leading collecting institutions have developed extensive moving image and recorded sound preservation programs, and have reported their own models at professional conferences. However these prominent examples can feel overwhelming to a library or archive that is only just beginning audiovisual preservation. This presentation will give suggestions and guidelines for librarians working in between the two extremes of large-scale audiovisual preservation and zero priority being given to audiovisual materials.
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