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Monday, November 7 • 2:35pm - 3:30pm
#m4b: A/V Preservation

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Presentation 1
AV Description with AVPreserve and IU: Strategies and tools to describe audiovisual materials at scale for Indiana University’s Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative

Indiana University’s Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative is making hundreds of thousands of hours of moving images and audio files available, and consulting firm AVPreserve has identified tools and services and delivered strategies to address the scale of metadata description required for a rich discovery experience of this content. 
Presenters: Amy Rudersdorf, Juliet L. Hardesty

Presentation 2
Use it or Lose it: Why Increasing Audio Access is a Digital Preservation Issue
If we do not use sound archives, cultural heritage institutions will stop preserving them. This presentation will discuss the findings from over 30 semi-structured interviews conducted through the HiPSTAS project with scholars, librarians, and archivists about using audio collections in literary studies, history, and Native American and indigenous studies.
Presenter: Tanya Clement 

Presentation 3
Snapshot - Tales n' Tools of the AMIA/DLF Hack Day
A report on tools and partnerships arising from the AMIA/DLF Hack Day. Held since 2013 at the annual Association of Moving Image Archivists’ conference, this event has become a fruitful site of technical collaboration for audiovisual preservation practitioners. 
Presenter: Steven Villereal

Presentation 4
Snapshot - RADD: Recover Analog and Digital Data
Envisioned as an audiovisual-digitization and digital-forensics teaching tool, RADD is quickly embedding itself into Wisconsin cultural-heritage work. Learn how it was built, how it is being used, and how you too can recover analog and digital data!
Presenter: Dorothea Salo

Session Chairs
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Patricia Hswe

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Speakers
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Tanya Clement

University of Texas
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Juliet L. Hardesty

Metadata Analyst, Indiana University
Indiana University
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Dorothea Salo

University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Information Studies
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Steven Villereal

University of Virginia Library


Monday November 7, 2016 2:35pm - 3:30pm
Grand Center

Attendees (106)