Still a few places available for Winter School for Audiovisual Archiving
For its third year in a row the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision organises Winter School for Audiovisual Archiving. Registration is open until December 18 2017. The application form can be found here. The training will be held on 7,8 & 9 February 2018 at Sound and Vision in Hilversum, The Netherlands. There are still a few places available.
This three-day training session offers audiovisual collection managers the necessary knowledge and skills to implement or improve the digital preservation management of their audiovisual collections.
The Winter School is a unique three-day training in Hilversum on preserving audiovisual collections. The training sessions offer audiovisual collection holders a useful mix of lectures, hands-on workshops and interactive sessions with renown experts. For the Winter School 2018 we like to announce the following guest speakers:
- Bojan Kosi, head of digital archive at RTV Slovenija’s Mediateka
- Eva Verdoodt, digital archivist & business process analyst at VIAA (BE)
- Anne Gant, head of film conservation and digital access at EYE Filmmuseum (NL)
The Winter School for Audiovisual Archiving is an initiative from the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in collaboration with AVA_Net.
The Winter School has been developed for collection holders and archivists from the Netherlands and abroad. The course language will be English.
The Winter School is about providing practical knowledge: we start with the basis for digital preservation of audiovisual materials and finish with mapping participants’ own insights and policy on conserving them. Topics we will discuss during the Winter School include:
- Risks for digital durability,
- Applying OAIS model for audiovisual collections,
- Digital preservation planning,
- Ingest & acquisition,
- File formats & data management,
- Data storage and migration.
More information on the Winter School and registration can be found here.