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FW: The Great Migration: Audio Preservation in the Digital Age

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Tue, 11 Sep 2007 14:31:37 -0700

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The Great Migration: Audio Preservation in the Digital Age

                  North Carolina Preservation Consortium
                           2007 Annual Conference

                             November 2, 2007
                                9 AM  4 PM

          William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education
                University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
                              Chapel Hill, NC


The handling and conversion of audio materials is one of the most daunting
areas of preservation.  Institutions of all types and sizes maintain audio
collections and are often at a loss as to how to physically assess the
material, how to reformat materials to an acceptable preservation standard,
and how to manage such preservation projects.  At the same time, audio is
among the most unstable formats; due to the obsolescence of playback
equipment, most old recordings are at risk of  becoming inaccessible within
decades.  This year's North Carolina Preservation Consortium Conference
will address current standards and best practices in audio preservation.
Come hear and interact with our panel of experts about the hands-on reality
of managing both small and large audio preservation projects in the digital
age.  Personnel performing, managing, or advocating for the preservation
and conservation of collections, particularly sound recordings, are
encouraged to attend this conference.  Faculty and students in library and
information science, archives, public history, museum, and conservation
graduate schools are also welcome.


Speakers

George Blood
Safe Sound Archive & George Blood Audio
Web site   http://www.safesoundarchive.com

Sam Brylawski
Editor, Encyclopedic Discography of Victor Records, Special Collections,
Donald C. Davidson Library, University of California Santa Barbara and
President of the Association of Recorded Sound Collections.  Web site
http://www.library.ucsb.edu/speccoll

Mike Casey
Associate Director for Recording Services, Archives of Traditional Music,
Indiana University.  Involved with the Field Audio Collection Evaluation
Tool (FACET) & Sound Directions Project.
Web site   http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/projects/sounddirections

Chad Hunter
Archivist, Appalshop.  Web site   http://www.appalshop.org

Program Schedule

9:00-9:30         Registration & Refreshments

9:30-9:40         Welcome & Opening Remarks

9:40-10:25        Audio Preservation Basics Part I
                  Sam Brylawski

10:25-10:40       Q & A Discussion

10:40-11:25       Audio Preservation Basics Part II
                  George Blood

11:25-11:40       Q & A Discussion

11:40-1:00        Lunch

1:00-1:45         Small Scale Audio Preservation & Digitization Projects
                  Chad Hunter

1:45-2:00         Q & A Discussion

2:00  2:30       Afternoon Break

2:30-3:15         Large Scale Audio Preservation & Digitization Projects
                  Mike Casey

3:15-3:30         Q & A Discussion

3:30-4:00         Wrap-Up Open Discussion with Panel


Registration
The registration fee is $60 for employees of NCPC member institutions and
individual NCPC members, $70 for non-members, and $50.00 for students in
library science or public history graduate programs.  This fee includes
lunch, refreshments, and materials.  Please register before October 19th.
A registration form is available on the NCPC Web site under Events:
http://www.ncpreservation.org/events.html

Location, Directions, and Parking
The 2007 NCPC annual conference will be held at the William and Ida Friday
Center for Continuing Education at the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill.

Friday Center for Continuing Education
UNC Chapel Hill
Campus Box 1020
100 Friday Center Drive
Chapel Hill NC 27599-1020

Parking is free.  Directions to the Friday Center are available on their
Web site:
http://www.fridaycenter.unc.edu/directions/index.htm


Travel and Lodging
NCPC has not reserve any airline or hotel accommodations.  The information
below is provide for your convenience.

Raleigh/Durham International Airport
Web site   http://www.rdu.com

Hotels near the airport
Web site   http://www.rdu.com/travelinfo/areainfo.htm

Hotels in Chapel Hill
Web site
http://hotel-guides.us/north-carolina/chapel-hill-nc-hotels.html#university-
hotels


Contacts
For information about this conference or the Friday Center please contact:

Katie McCormick
Chair, NCPC Conference Planning Committee
NCPC Secretary
Interim Associate University Librarian for Special Collections
Reference Archivist & Coordinator for the Oral History Program
J. Murrey Atkins Library
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223
Phone   (704) 687-6288
Email   [log in to unmask]

For information about NCPC please contact:

Robert James
Executive Director
North Carolina Preservation Consortium

Web site   http://www.ncpreservation.org

Address
PO Box 2651
Durham, NC 27715-2651

Phone (919) 660-1157
Email   [log in to unmask]


Join the North Carolina Preservation Consortium
The North Carolina Preservation Consortium (NCPC) is dedicated to the
preservation of educational, cultural, historical, and research collections
in our state's libraries, archives, museums, historic sites, and records
centers. NCPC also informs the general public about preservation to
safeguard private collections and family treasures. Our preservation
mission addresses the proper care and handling of materials; storage and
environmental control; disaster preparedness and recovery; the repair,
reformatting and conservation of damaged items; and collection security.
NCPC supports the preservation of information content, and the medium as
artifact, in new and traditional formats for present and future
generations.

We would like to welcome your institution to the preservation consortium.
Our minimum annual membership fee is only $100.00. Higher levels of support
are voluntary. Benefits of NCPC membership include discounts on our
continuing education workshops and annual conference. Members are eligible
to hold leadership positions on the consortium's board of directors,
committees, and task groups.  Institutional members are recognized for
their contributions on our Web site. The success of our state wide
preservation program depends on the talents, diversity, and generosity of
our colleagues. Together we can make a difference in the survival of our
heritage collections. Join NCPC today.

A membership application is available on the NCPC Web site.
http://www.ncpreservation.org/instapplication.html

NCPC programs are made possible by the generous support of our members,
donors, and corporate sponsors:

Institutional Members

Sustainers
Duke University
   Duke University Libraries
   Divinity School Library
   Fuqua School of Business Library
   Law Library
   Medical Center Library
North Carolina State University Libraries
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
   University Libraries
   Health Sciences Library
   Kathrine R. Everett Law Library

Patrons
Appalachian State University (Carol Grotnes Belk Library)
East Carolina University (Joyner Library)
North Carolina Archives and History

Members
Asheville-Buncombe County Library
Belmont Abbey College (Abbot Vincent Taylor Library)
Biltmore Estate
Campbell University (Carrie Rich Memorial Library)
Cartaret County Public Library
Catawba College (Corriher Linn Black Library)
Davidson College Library
East Carolina University (Laupus Health Sciences Library)
Elizabeth City State University (G.R. Little Library)
Elon University (Carol Grotnes Belk Library)
Etherington Conservation Services, The HF Group
Forest History Society Library & Archives
Forsyth County Public Library
Haywood County Public Library
Henderson County Public Library
Johnson C, Smith University (James B. Duke Memorial Library)
Lincoln County Historical Association
Mint Museums
Mooresville Public Library
Moravian Archives
Moravian Music Foundation
Mount Airy Museum of Regional History
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (F.D. Bluford
Library)
North Carolina Museum of Art
North Carolina State University (Public History Program)
North Carolina Wesleyan College (Elizabeth Braswell Pearsall Library)
Polk County Public Library
Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County
Rockingham Community College (Gerald B. James Library)
Saint Augustine College (Prezell R. Robinson Library)
Southern Pines Public Library
St. Andrews Presbyterian College
State Library of North Carolina
University of North Carolina at Asheville (D. Hiden Ramsey Library)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (School of Information and
Library Science)
University of North Carolina at Charlotte (J. Murry Atkins Library)
University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Walter Clinton Jackson Library)
University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Weatherspoon Art Museum)
University of North Carolina at Pembroke (Sampson-Livermore Library)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Research Triangle Park Library)
Wake County Register of Deeds
Wake Forest University (Professional Center Library)
Wake Forest University (Z. Smith Reynolds Library)
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center (Coy C. Carpenter Library)
Warren Wilson College (Ellison Library)
Western Carolina University (Hunter Library)

Corporate Sponsors
Aabbitt Adhesives, Inc.
Archival Products
Ethering Conservation Services, The HF Group
HagerSmith Design, PA
Todd Jorgensen Fine Arts Conservation
Metal Edge Archival Storage Materials
University Products











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