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Langzeitarchivierung & Digitalisierung

Auch der Arbeitskreis Filmbibliotheken möchte sich mit seiner Arbeitsgruppe Langzeitarchivierung dem Thema des langfristigen Erhalts von Film und Video widmen. Das Bewegtbild ist auf seinen bisherigen Trägern vor dem Verfall nicht sicher. Selbst am gegenüber dem Video langlebigeren Film nagt der Zahn der Zeit. Die aufwändige digitale Restaurierung von Fritz Langs „Metropolis“ ist ein Beispiel des Erhalts eines bedeutenden Kulturguts. Doch was für Filme diesen Ranges möglich ist, kann nicht für alle Werke umgesetzt werden, die in den Archiven vielleicht noch auf ihre Entdeckung warten. Wir möchten an dieser Stelle über Publikationen, Initiativen und Projekten in den Archiven, Museen und Bibliotheken berichten, die sich mit dem Thema Langzeitarchivierung von Bewegtbildern auseinandersetzen und Problemstellungen und Lösungsmöglichkeiten aufzeigen.

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Claudia Gehrig
Zentrum für Kunst- und Medientechnologie
Mediathek - Videosammlung
Lorenzstr. 19
76135 Karlsruhe
Tel. 0721/8100-1708
Fax. 0721/8100-1709
E-Mail: cgehrig(at)zkm.de

Links

nestor - Kompetenznetzwerk Langzeitarchivierung
Ziel des Projektes ist der Aufbau eines Kompetenznetzwerks zur Langzeitarchivierung und Langzeitverfügbarkeit digitaler Quellen für Deutschland in einer dauerhaften Organisationsform sowie die Abstimmung über die Übernahme von Daueraufgaben.

vgl. auch EU-Konferenz zur Langzeitarchivierung digitaler Objekte
Unter dem Motto „Herausforderung: Digitale Langzeitarchivierung. Strategien und Praxis europäischer Kooperation" veranstalteten der Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien und die Deutsche Nationalbibliothek in Kooperation mit den Partnern von nestor – Kompetenznetzwerk Langzeitarchivierung - am 20. und 21. April 2007 im Rahmen der EU-Ratspräsidentschaft Deutschlands eine internationale Konferenz in Frankfurt am Main.


AMIA
The AMIA Newsletter is published quarterly by the Association of Moving Image Archivists. It provides up-to-date information about the association and its activities, as well as news from archives and other organizations the field, including collection acquisitions, preservation and restoration projects, grants and awards, conferences and special events, and job announcements and personnel transitions.

CASPAR Digital Preservation User Community
CASPAR will research, implement, and disseminate innovative solutions for digital preservation based on the OAIS reference model (ISO:14721:2002).
The website provides official project documentation and material relevant to digital preservation and related disciplines. It also serves as an information and communication tool for the CASPAR Preservation User Community.

DELOS Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries
DELOS is a Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries partially funded by the European Commission in the frame of the Information Society Technologies Programme (IST). The main objectives of DELOS are research, whose results are in the public domain, and technology transfer, through cooperation agreements with interested parties.

Digital Preservation (LOC)
Technology has so altered our world that most of what we now create begins life in a digital format. The artifacts that tell the stories of our lives no longer reside in a trunk in the attic, but on personal computers or Web sites, in e-mails or on digital photo and film cards. The flip side to the ease with which we are able to create digital content is the complexity of preservation and long-term retrieval of this content. We must contend with issues relating to hardware and software compatibility; long-term storage; organization of files for ease of search and retrieval; media quality; disaster recovery; and integrity of original data.

Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC)
The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) was established in 2001 to foster joint action to address the urgent challenges of securing the preservation of digital resources in the UK and to work with others internationally to secure our global digital memory and knowledge base.

Digital Curation Centre
Scientists, researchers and scholars across the UK generate increasingly vast amounts of digital data, with further investment in digitisation and purchase of digital content and information. The scientific record and the documentary heritage created in digital form are at risk from technology obsolescence, from the fragility of digital media, and from lack of the basics of good practice, such as adequate documentation for the data. Working with other practitioners, the Digital Curation Centre will support UK institutions who store, manage and preserve these data to help ensure their enhancement and their continuing long-term use.
What is digital curation? Digital curation is maintaining and adding value to a trusted body of digital information for current and future use; specifically, we mean the active management and appraisal of data over the life-cycle of scholarly and scientific materials.

Digital Preservation: An Overview
A webcast version of a presentation entitled ‘Digital Preservation: An Overview’ delivered by digital archives consultant Peter Van Garderen on October 13, 2006 at the Managing Information Assets in the Public Sector Conference in Edmonton, Canada. The presentation gives an introduction to the problem of digital preservation, the various initiatives and tools that are attempting to address this problem, and outlined how the OAIS standard can be used as the basis of developing an institutional digital preservation strategy. It includes a list of 50 citations and references that were used in the presentation.

DigitalPreservationEurope
DigitalPreservationEurope, building on the earlier successful work of ERPANET, facilitates pooling of the complementary expertise that exists across the academic research, cultural, public administration and industry sectors in Europe.
DigitalPreservationEurope (DPE) fosters collaboration and synergies between many existing national initiatives across the European Research Area. DPE addresses the need to improve coordination, cooperation and consistency in current activities to secure effective preservation of digital materials.

DLM Forum
A community of Public Archives and interested parties in archive, records and information management throughout the EU.

Join Information Systems Committee (JISC)
repositories and preservation programme
The programme is a £14m investment in Higher Education repository and digital content infrastructure. It will fund initiatives to develop the Information Environment supporting digital repositories and preservation, including cross-searching facilities across repositories; funding for institutions to develop a critical mass of content, preservation solutions and advice for the development of repositories. The programme builds on the existing JISC programmes, in particular the Digital Repository programme and the Supporting Digital Preservation and Asset Management in Institutions programme.

kopal - Kooperativer Aufbau eines Langzeitarchivs digitaler Informationen
Digitale Dokumente langfristig zur Verfügung zu stellen, ist ein bislang ungelöstes Problem unserer Informationsgesellschaft. Mit der ansteigenden Zahl elektronischer Veröffentlichungen wächst die Notwendigkeit einer zuverlässigen Archivierung. Im Zuge der technischen Entwicklung werden immer neue digitale Dateiformate verwendet, die an spezielle Programme und damit an bestimmte Rechnertypen und Betriebssysteme gebunden sind. Ältere Daten sind so mit aktueller Soft- und Hardware oft nicht mehr nutzbar. Das Projekt kopal widmet sich der Lösung dieser Problematik in Form eines kooperativ entwickelten und betriebenen Langzeitarchivs für digitale Daten.

National Film Preservation Board
Seite der Library of Congress mit Infos zu zahlreichen Initiativen und Forschungsvorhaben rund um Film Preservation.

Openarchives.eu
Openarchives.eu is the European guide to OAI-PMH compliant digital repositories in the world. This is not a search engine to find metadata stored in the repositories but a searchable index of the repositories themselves. If you are interested in the metadata click on "Digital Objects" below.

PADI
The National Library of Australia's Preserving Access to Digital Information (PADI) initiative aims to provide mechanisms that will help to ensure that information in digital form is managed with appropriate consideration for preservation and future access.

Planets - Digital Preservation Research and Technology
The Planets project brings together European National Libraries and Archives, leading research institutions, and technology companies to address the challenge of preserving access to digital cultural and scientific knowledge.

TAPE
TAPE aims to contribute to action plans for preservation of the audiovisual heritage by laying the groundwork for a programme for awareness-raising and training of nonspecialists. TAPE will bring together experts from large organizations and those involved in technologically advanced programmes (such as PRESTO-Space and FIRST) to develop a programme for training and supporting materials.

Letzte Aktualisierung: 15.5.2007

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