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Title Presentation type Surname (author 1) Country Datesort descending Start time Venue
Legacy collections: valuable but are they accessible spoken paper Koch AUSTRALIA 30 Sept Wednesday 1 700 Grand Auditorium
Modélisation des oeuvres d'art numérique et de leur dispositif de lecture spoken paper Thomas FRANCE 30 Sept Wednesday 1 730 Grand Auditorium
Born to die? Selection policies and digitisation as common concerns spoken paper Valberg NORWAY 30 Sept Wednesday 930 Salle 70
More for all - increasing capacity and capability in audio digitsation at NFSA spoken paper Garrett AUSTRALIA 30 Sept Wednesday 1 000 Salle 70
Presentation of DLPprofession, a storage concept using standard hardware and Free software spoken paper Lewetz AUSTRIA 30 Sept Wednesday 1 030 Salle 70
Les archives militaires des témoignages oraux : enjeux et défis spoken paper Choron FRANCE 30 Sept Wednesday 1 130 Salle 70
Saving South-African heritage : Rivonia trials original dictabelts digitizing spoken paper Amouroux FRANCE 30 Sept Wednesday 1 200 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
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

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