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Sunday, April 1 • 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Building and Preserving Audiovisual Collections: Creative Alternatives

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Moderator: Trina Grover, Ryerson University

Speakers:

Beth Knazook, Ryerson University and Taylor Whitney, Preserving The Past, LLC. "Raising the Titanic 100 years later: Video Preservation"

Sandra Brooke, Princeton University.  "Moving Video into the Academy"

Martha Gonzalez Palacios, University of Texas. "A Well-Made Object: best practices for collecting emerging media".

To have rich and sustainable collections of audiovisual materials, libraries must re-imagine their traditional roles and operating procedures.  This session showcases creative and collaborative strategies for addressing sourcing, access, preservation, and licensing of media works.  Innovative approaches to conserving original underwater footage of the Titanic by Ryerson University and Preserving the Past, LLC, will be discussed.  A partnership between Princeton University and Electronic Arts Intermix provides a non-traditional model for collecting video art.  The  University of Texas at Austin's collaboration with architectural documentary creators demonstrates best practices for the creation, collection and preservation of new media.


Sunday April 1, 2012 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Sheraton Hall A Sheraton Centre

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