[Videolib] Fwd: [AMIA-L] Moving Images: Digitization for Access

Judith Thomas (jthomas@virginia.edu)
Tue, 17 Jul 2007 13:07:53 -0400

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Exciting news from the moving image archives community, in a post by
Peter Brantley, head of the Digital Library Federation:

"This last Friday (the 13th!), at U.C. Berkeley, the Digital Library
Federation was honored to host a landmark meeting of a group that we
have labeled "Lot 49" on the topic of moving image digitization. Our
group's aim is to facilitate broader access to the incredible trove
of film and video held in our archives, libraries, museums, broadcast
stations, and other sources."

http://radar.oreilly.com/archives/2007/07/moving_images_d.html

Judith Thomas
Robertson Media Center
University of Virginia Library
(434) 924-8814
jthomas@virginia.edu

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Exciting news from the moving = image archives community, in a post by Peter Brantley, head of the = Digital Library Federation:


"This last Friday (the 13th!), at = U.C. Berkeley, the Digital Library Federation was honored to host a = landmark meeting of a group that we have labeled "Lot 49" on the topic = of moving image digitization. Our group's aim is to facilitate broader = access to the incredible trove of film and video held in our archives, = libraries, museums, broadcast stations, and other sources."

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