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Title Presentation type Surname (author 1) Country Date Start time Venuesort descending
From the 'Eternal Carrier' to the 'Eternal File'. The Change of the Audiovisual Preservation Paradigm started 25 years ago spoken paper Schüller AUSTRIA 5 October Sunday 1130 CFB Auditorium
Spectres of Archive and Liberation spoken paper Harris SOUTH AFRICA 6 October Monday 1100 CFB Auditorium
Collecting Stories of the US Freedom Struggle: A Case Study in Production, Preservation and Access from the US National Library spoken paper Shankar UNITED STATES 6 October Monday 1600 CFB Auditorium
Content and Context: challenges of an ethnomusicology archive spoken paper Chaudhuri INDIA 8 October Wednesday 0900 CFB Auditorium
Managing an Oral History Video collection: a case study on the CPDOC's project "Football, Memory and Heritage" spoken paper Bortolotti BRAZIL 6 October Monday 1430 CFB Auditorium
Who is speaking?: putting recordings in context spoken paper Grosa LATVIA 8 October Wednesday 1600 CFB Auditorium
Getting digitizing off the ground in The Gambia spoken paper Sjöberg SWEDEN 7 October Tuesday 1130 CFB Auditorium
Curating the Hidden Years Music Archive: Challenges and Opportunities spoken paper Lambrechts SOUTH AFRICA 6 October Monday 1300 CFB Auditorium
Constructive Collaborative Practices for Preserving Digital Heritage: A Case Study of Trinidad and Tobago spoken paper Webster-prince TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 6 October Monday 1330 CFB Auditorium
The Charles Cros collection: knowledge and enhancement of a unique French recording and playback machines collection spoken paper Loyant FRANCE 6 October Monday 1400 CFB Auditorium
A tale of two media formats: The digitization project at the University of the South Pacific spoken paper Yusuf FIJI 6 October Monday 1530 CFB Auditorium
Users Speak: Preservation And Access Of Audio Visual Information In Kenya spoken paper Njoroge KENYA 6 October Monday 1630 CFB Auditorium
An audio(visual) center of excellence for Southern Africa spoken paper Cavaglieri SWITZERLAND 6 October Monday 1700 CFB Auditorium
Celebrating 50 Years of archival preservation of audiovisual records in the National Film, Video and Sound Archives of South Africa spoken paper Ncala SOUTH AFRICA 7 October Tuesday 0800 CFB Auditorium
The sound archive at the school . A collaboration proposal to prevent violence in early childhood education spoken paper Rodríguez Reséndiz MEXICO 7 October Tuesday 0830 CFB Auditorium
Challenges of preserving content of audio visual materials: a comparison of Botswana Television Services and Namibian Broadcasting Corporation spoken paper Phuthologo NAMIBIA 7 October Tuesday 0900 CFB Auditorium
Raising the profile Curators and Creators of Community Museums, a must intervention today: Experiences from Uganda. spoken paper Nsibambi UGANDA 7 October Tuesday 0930 CFB Auditorium
Early Born Digital: Preserving the Content of a Transitional Tape-based Digital Format spoken paper Seay UNITED STATES 7 October Tuesday 1100 CFB Auditorium
Comparisons of transfer methods for early ethnographic cylinder recordings spoken paper Gray UNITED STATES 7 October Tuesday 1200 CFB Auditorium
The End of Analog Audiovisual Media: The Cost of Inaction & What You Can Do About It spoken paper Lyons UNITED STATES 7 October Tuesday 1230 CFB Auditorium