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Title Presentation type Surname (author 1) Country Datesort ascending Start time Venue
La Sonotheque de Haute-Normandie spoken paper Parks FRANCE 1 Oct Thursday 1 130 Grand Auditorium
From Granny to Google: digital transmission in the world of Irish traditional music spoken paper Toland IRELAND 1 Oct Thursday 1 200 Grand Auditorium
Flattening Files: Harmonizing Content in the Smithsonian’s Digital Asset Management System panel session Forsberg UNITED STATES 1 Oct Thursday 1 500 Grand Auditorium
One Body, Many Heads: Media Preservation and Access Through Project Hydra panel session Cariani UNITED STATES 1 Oct Thursday 1 530 Grand Auditorium
Open access to the field recording: When biomedical sciences meet social sciences spoken paper Ginouvès FRANCE 1 Oct Thursday 1 600 Grand Auditorium
Preparing metadata for Europeana to improve discoverability of audio archives workshop/tutorial Miles UNITED KINGDOM 1 Oct Thursday 930 Salle 70
Identifying typical cases for which the current ways of cataloguing, retrieving and accessing remain effective (documentation & data management) workshop/tutorial Marechal BELGIUM 1 Oct Thursday 1 130 Salle 70
My Space, Your Space, ColorSpace spoken paper Blood UNITED STATES 1 Oct Thursday 1 430 Salle 70
Video Workshop (en Francais) workshop/tutorial Théron FRANCE 1 Oct Thursday 930 Commissions 1
Sound is half the movie: the preservation of ¼” final mix soundtracks spoken paper Rowe NEW ZEALAND 1 Oct Thursday 1 530 Salle 70
Evaluating Your Digital Archive: Using ISO 16363 As A Self-Assessment Planning Tool spoken paper Lyons UNITED STATES 1 Oct Thursday 1 600 Salle 70
Reformat Now! (...but How?): Considerations for Outsourcing Audiovisual Preservation Projects spoken paper Tarr UNITED STATES 1 Oct Thursday 1 000 Grand Auditorium
Enhancing the discovery of Europe’s sound archives spoken paper Ranft UNITED KINGDOM 1 Oct Thursday 1 230 Grand Auditorium
Revealing a Hidden Collection: Collaborative Cataloging of Arabic 78s in the Archive of World Music spoken paper Laurence UNITED STATES 1 Oct Thursday 1 430 Grand Auditorium
Common concerns and shared solutions: the potential synergies with the music industry spoken paper Linehan UNITED KINGDOM 1 Oct Thursday 930 Grand Auditorium
The Day the Music Didn't Die: Digital Audio Preservation at MIT Libraries spoken paper Rosko UNITED STATES 1 Oct Thursday 1 030 Grand Auditorium
Early video: an emerging object in our audiovisual heritage spoken paper Carou FRANCE 30 Sept Wednesday 930 Grand Auditorium
The Video archives management at the Philharmonie de Paris spoken paper Bailly FRANCE 30 Sept Wednesday 1 000 Grand Auditorium
The Changing Role of AVArchives as Memory Storages - Using the example of private video sources spoken paper Fröschl AUSTRIA 30 Sept Wednesday 1 030 Grand Auditorium
Leveraging partnerships to manage and preserve the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty records spoken paper Burke UNITED STATES 30 Sept Wednesday 1 130 Grand Auditorium

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