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A Sound Education: Audio and the Next Great Leap in Information Studies
by Dean Andrew Dillon, University of Texas

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
Archiving the Arhollie Foundation's Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings
by Torn Diamant, Arhoolie Foundation

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
Best Practices for Audio Preservation
by Mike Casey, Indiana University and Bruce Gordon, Harvard University

This publication presents the results of research and development carried out by the Sound Directions project with funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities in the U.S.
Contracting for Services
by Anji Cornette, The Cutting Corporation / Alan F. Lewis, National Archives and Records Administration

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
Copyright Law and Audio Preservation
by Georgia K. Harper, University of Texas

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum Audio Reformatting Project
by Jill Hawkins

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
Pictorial Guide to Sound Recording Media
by Sarah Stauderman, Smithsonian Institution Archives

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
Relevamiento de Colecciones de Grabaciones de Sonido
by María Antonieta Sacchi de Ceriotto, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina
Maria Esteva, University of Texas at Austin
Asociación Argentina de Musicología

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
Review of Audio Collection Preservation Trends and Challenges
by Sam Brylawski, Library of Congress

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
Risk Reduction through Preventative Care, Handling, and Storage
by Alan F. Lewis, National Archives and Records Administration

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
Shaping an Education and Research Agenda
by Mark Roosa, Library of Congress

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
Surveying Sound Recording Collections
by Hannah Frost, Stanford University Libraries

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
The Case for Audio Preservation
by Karl Miller, University of Texas at Austin

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
The Library of Congress Digital Audio Preservation Prototyping Project
by Carl Fleischhauer, Library of Congress

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
The Save Our Sounds Project
by Michael Taft, Library of Congress

From the 2003 symposium, Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections.
Unlocking Audio 1: Sharing Experience of Mass Digitisation
by Various Authors

Unlocking Audio 2: Connecting with Listeners
by Various Authors



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