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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' was the subject at the [[The Friday Afternoon Seminar|Friday Afternoon Seminar]] ([[University of California, Berkeley School of Information|UC Berkeley School of Information]]) held by [[Clifford Lynch]] on September 12<sup>th</sup>, 2008.
 
'''{{PAGENAME}}''' was the subject at the [[The Friday Afternoon Seminar|Friday Afternoon Seminar]] ([[University of California, Berkeley School of Information|UC Berkeley School of Information]]) held by [[Clifford Lynch]] on September 12<sup>th</sup>, 2008.
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== Notes ==
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* Digital content
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** Files
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** Database records
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** Games
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* Stewardship
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** Objectives
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** Roles
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** Responsibilities
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=== Digital Memory Organizations ===
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* Libraries
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* Museums
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* Archives
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* Others
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** Historical Societies
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** Broadcasting
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** {{Wp|Internet Archive}}
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==== History ====
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* Royal collections &rarr; national collections
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* Printing, publishing, {{Wp|copyright}}
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** More techniques (~mid 19th c.): photography, audio recording
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=== Replication, Digitization, Surrogates ===
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* 2-, 3-dimensional
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* {{Wp|Negative (photography)|Negatives}} as sets of pictures depending on technology for copy ({{Wp|Exposure (photography)|exposure}}, {{Wp|Contrast (vision)|contrast}}, material ...)
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* Digitization (+publication) as part of stewardship
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Revision as of 20:25, September 13, 2008

Stewardship and Cultural Memory Organizations in the Digital Age was the subject at the Friday Afternoon Seminar (UC Berkeley School of Information) held by Clifford Lynch on September 12th, 2008.

Notes

  • Digital content
    • Files
    • Database records
    • Games
  • Stewardship
    • Objectives
    • Roles
    • Responsibilities

Digital Memory Organizations

History

  • Royal collections → national collections
  • Printing, publishing, copyright
    • More techniques (~mid 19th c.): photography, audio recording


Replication, Digitization, Surrogates

  • 2-, 3-dimensional
  • Negatives as sets of pictures depending on technology for copy (exposure, contrast, material ...)
  • Digitization (+publication) as part of stewardship

External links

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