IU Libraries Audio-Video Preservation Services

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Date
2021-10-13 (Creation date: 2021-10-13)
Main contributors
Casey, Michael; Mobley, Robert; Figurelli, Daniel; Dunn, Jon
Summary
Audio-Video Preservation Services (AVPS) is a new department in the Library Technologies division of IU Libraries, offering services to IU units that hold archival audio and/or video recordings. It is staffed by veterans of the now-completed Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative and offers expert preservation-quality digitization of a number of audio and video formats. In addition, AVPS is able to assist with audio and video collection management issues such as prioritization, selecting vendors, developing grant proposals, and quality control, among others. This presentation will explore AVPS origins, current objectives, and technical capabilities, with presentations by Mike Casey, Rob Mobley, Dan Figurelli, and Jon Dunn.
Publisher
Indiana University Digital Collections Services
Collection
Digital Library Brown Bag Series
Unit
IUScholarWorks Repository
Related Item
IUScholarWorks Record 

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