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    University of Iowa
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    Sigrid McCausland
    University of New South Wales, Australia
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    Adam Schutzman
    Simmons College
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Sunday, November 27

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    University of New South Wales, Australia
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    Adam Schutzman
    Simmons College
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    Proposed Action Plan
    To meet our goal of competency framework development, we will embark on the following action plan. Each phase of the plan can be broken into intermediate steps (please see related wiki pages, via the navigation menu to the right).
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Tuesday, December 8

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    SI 678: Through reading/discussion and lecture, the course examines and evaluates standards for media preservation and reproduction—focusing particularly on digital processes. The course provides a high level overview of specific standards relating to state of the art storage of specialized recording media, as well as care and handling techniques. The heart of the course is an examination of re-recording standards and restoration techniques for sound and motion picture media, with a special emphasis on magnetic to digital re-recording and film restoration. The final segment of the course moves beyond media preservation to consider other preservation challenges, including using preservation metadata schemes, working with vended services, and managing preservation projects. Throughout the course, case studies of specific projects focus on the ethical issues embedded within a variety of technical and aesthetic decisions facing the preservation specialist. In addition the course addresses a range of important preservation issues, such as the identification of the original versus subsequent and multiple versions; the theoretical and practical distinctions between preservation strategies; and the relationship of digital technologies to traditional preservation practices.
    https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/umsi-class/678.pdf
    Montréal
    ARV 1061: Archives non textuelles.Typologie des archives non-textuelles. Identification des supports et formats. Traitement propre aux archives non-textuelles. Classification. Indexation. Description. Problématique de stockage. Potentiel de diffusion des archives non-textuelles.

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    LIS 694: Moving Image Archives (Quirante)An introduction to the basic concepts, principles and technology of moving image archives for professionals tasked with caring for archival audiovisual materials. This course covers methods and strategies for the processing, preservation, and accessibility of archival videotapes and films. Topics include survey of moving image repositories, critical analysis of archival footage, format identification, digitization strategies, equipment and vendor considerations.
    http://www.hawaii.edu/lis/courses/course-descriptions/#lis690
    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
    Conway
    SI 678: Through reading/discussion and lecture, the course examines and evaluates standards for media preservation and reproduction—focusing particularly on digital processes. The course provides a high level overview of specific standards relating to state of the art storage of specialized recording media, as well as care and handling techniques. The heart of the course is an examination of re-recording standards and restoration techniques for sound and motion picture media, with a special emphasis on magnetic to digital re-recording and film restoration. The final segment of the course moves beyond media preservation to consider other preservation challenges, including using preservation metadata schemes, working with vended services, and managing preservation projects. Throughout the course, case studies of specific projects focus on the ethical issues embedded within a variety of technical and aesthetic decisions facing the preservation specialist. In addition the course addresses a range of important preservation issues, such as the identification of the original versus subsequent and multiple versions; the theoretical and practical distinctions between preservation strategies; and the relationship of digital technologies to traditional preservation practices.
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Tuesday, October 27

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    Luanne Freund, Acting Director
    ARST 550: Management of Audio-Visual and Non-Textual Archives - Through this elective course students will be introduced to the theoretical and methodological knowledge necessary for the management of audiovisual and non-textual archives.
    http://slais.ubc.ca/arst550/
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    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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    University of Hawai'i, Manoa, School
    LIS 694: Moving Image Archives (Quirante)An introduction to the basic concepts, principles and technology of moving image archives for professionals tasked with caring for archival audiovisual materials. This course covers methods and strategies for the processing, preservation, and accessibility of archival videotapes and films. Topics include survey of moving image repositories, critical analysis of archival footage, format identification, digitization strategies, equipment and vendor considerations.
    http://www.hawaii.edu/lis/courses/course-descriptions/#lis690
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  2. page AV Archiving Graduate Education Opportunities edited ... LIS 611: Film and Media Collections - This course will provide an introduction to building and…
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    LIS 611: Film and Media Collections - This course will provide an introduction to building and maintaining collections and services related to visual media, primarily moving image, sound and ephemera. Discussions will survey key components such as the history of film and media in library collections, collection development, access, equipment, copyright, emerging technologies and management of non-print formats
    LIS 716: Audio Preservation - The purpose of the course is to explore the issues related to the preservation of audio materials, both in legacy formats and in current of future or digital forms. Students will be able to identify audio formats found in a library or archive. They will be knowledgeable about the fragility and obsolescence issues pertaining to preservation and access of audio formats.
    http://palmerblog.liu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/611-Film-and-Media-Collections-Chen-Fall-20151.pdf
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    McGill University
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    INF 392L: Introduction to Audio Preservation and Formatting - The preservation and retention of media in digital environments are increasingly urgent issues for archival digital repositories. This course focuses on archiving and preserving a wide variety of digital media (primarily text, image, sound, moving images, and web sites), as well as thinking in a long-term way about overcoming the many challenges. Topics under discussion will include the characteristics of digital media that make a difference in their long-term preservation, media formats, rights issues, digital asset management, each addressed theoretically, historically, and practically.
    INF 392M: Advanced Audio Preservation and Formatting - Exploration of changing concepts in the nature of audio information in different formats, issues of access within the context of preservation, criteria for prioritization of materials to be reformatted, considerations in invasive versus minimal restoration, and study of rare formats.
    https://www.ischool.utexas.edu/courses/class_details?ClassID=3900
    https://audiopreservation.wordpress.com
    https://audiopreservation.wordpress.com/2015/01/20/inf-392l-introduction-to-audio-preservation-and-reformatting-spring-2015/
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    janet.ceja@simmons.edu
    essoru@gmail.com
    Interested in being a part of actions 3-5
    Ciaran Trace
    School of Information, UT Austin
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