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Managing Moving Image Collections
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Managing Moving Image Collections

Media formats like films and videocassettes present unique resources within our archival collections, images and sounds that bring our histories to life. Understanding the history and range of formats within audiovisual records allows professionals to meet the unique challenges presented by media collections.  This webinar will provide an introduction to moving image formats that are common (and not-so-common) in archives, libraries, and museums, so that participants can begin prioritizing and preserving these media.  Basic description, proper storage, safe handling, and reformatting will be discussed.
Presenter: Stephanie Garafolo
Bio: Stephanie Garafolo is a Preservation Specialist at the Northeast Document Conservation Center, where she provides preservation information and outreach including assessments, consultations, training programs, and disaster assistance. She has ten years of experience in the museum and archives field, with particular interests in preservation, collections management, and aiding institutions through periods of change and growth. She holds a BA in Political Science from Boston University and an MA in Museum Studies from Harvard University Extension School.

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