IASA journal Nos. 21-25

IASA journal No 21, July 2003

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  • Editorial
  • President's letter
  • Challenges in the digitization of supplementary materials in research collections and archives
    Shubha Chaudhuri
  • Uncompressed Video Archiving - A Strategy for Safeguarding the Austrian Video Research Footage
    Franz Pavuza and Nadja Wallaszkovits
  • Preserving Our Past/GuardingTheir Future: the Role of Information Professionals in Archiving Cultural Heritage
    Elizabeth F. Watson
  • A Survey of the Position of Audiovisual Archiving in the ESARBICA Region
    Violet Matangira
  • VisualAudio:An Optical Technique to Save the Sound of Phonographic Records
    Ottar Johnsen, Frederic Bapst, Christoph Sudan, Sylvain Stotzer, Stefano S. Cavaglieri, Pio Pellizzari, Ecole d'lngenieurs de Fribourg, Fonoteca Nazionale Svizzera
  • Board Charts IASA Secretary General, Eva Fønss-Jørgensen

IASA journal No 22, January 2004

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  • Editorial
  • President's letter
  • Memory, knowledge and power: Can archives keep people's stories alive?
    Sean Field
  • Voices of the Past speaking to the Future: Audiovisual documents and proof of Native Title in Australia
    Grace Koch
  • The importance of Telling Stories: Umqomboti, Utywala and Lucky Stars
    Renate Meyer
  • The Audiovisual Collections of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Reconcilliation and Reconstruction
    Martha Hunt
  • Ghana's Highlife Music:A Digital Repertoire of Recordings and Pop Art at the Gramophone Records Museum and Research Centre of Ghana in Cape Coast
    Kwame Sarpong
  • Cultural Heritage Archives and Databases, Intellectual Property and the Protection of Traditional Cultural Expressions
    Wend Wendland
  • Ekofisk I - An Industrial Cultural Heritage Memory
    Lars Gaustad

IASA journal No 23, July 2004

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  • Editorial
  • President's letter
  • Luxury or Necessity? - Sound Archiving in Developing Countries
    Elizabeth F Watson
  • Audiovisual Archives And Igbo Cultural Heritage
    Dr Christian Onyeji
  • Musical Transcription and "Virtual-Scape": Reconstructing Collective Memory
    Willie Anku
  • The Marvels Done
    Matthew Davies
  • The Use of CD-Rs for Archival Storage and Preservation.Vulnerability of CD-Rs Based on the Susceptibility to Sunlight Experiment
    Drago Kunej
  • Review: Tondokumente aus dem Phonogrammarchiv der Osterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften/Sound Documents from the Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences: Series 5:The Collections of RudolfTrebitsch
    Susanne Ziegler
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Board Charts, IASA Vice-President, Richard Green

IASA journal No 24, December 2004

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  • Editorial
  • President's letter
  • How flexible and scalable is your catalogue? Developing a large database of sound recordings at the British Library
    Chris Clark, British Library Sound Archive, London, UK
  • Access to Digital Radio Archives
    Pekka Gronow, Yleisradio, Finnish Broadcasting Company, Helsinki, Finland
  • Who Cares About the Sound?
    George Brock-Nannestad, Historical Audio Consultant, Denmark
  • Analogue-To-Digital Conversion Viewed as an Alteration of Original Sound Documents
    Prof Carlo Marinelli, I.R.T.E.M., Rome
  • A Programme to Manage the Biggest Risk to Analogue Collections: Equipment Maintenance
    (erroneously titled "Policy Guidelines on the Production and Preservation of Digital Audio Objects")
    Kevin Bradley and Greg Moss, National Library of Australia, Canberra
  • Some Thoughts on the Impact of African Music
    Rainer E Lotz, Birgit Lotz Verlag, Bonn, Germany
  • Multimedia and the Preservation of Endangered Languages - Recent Developments
    Patrick McConvell, Research Fellow, Language and Society, AIATSIS
    Grace Koch, Native Title Research and Access Officer, AIATSIS, Australia
  • IASA’s Identity - Who are We, and Who are Our Neighbours?
    Crispin Jewitt, Immediate Past President, IASA Executive Board
  • IASA Technical Committee: Guidelines on the Production and Preservation of Digital Audio Objects, IASA TC 04
  • Anthony Seeger and Shubha Chaudhuri (eds.). Archives for the Future: Global Perspectives on Audiovisual Archives in the 21st Century
  • Wait a Minute! Shrimp or Prawn - that is also a question
    Jacqueline von Arb, Norwegian Institute of Recorded Sound, Norway

IASA journal No 25, July 2005

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  • Editorial
  • President's Letter
  • Archival Ethics
    Verne Harris, Project Manager: Centre of Memory, Nelson Mandela Foundation, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • You Only Live Once: on being a troublemaking professional
    Ray Edmondson, Australia
  • Large-scale Coverage of Metadata: Collection of Metadata on Compact Disc (CD)
    Wolfgang Krust, ZSK-Redaktion. Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv, Germany
  • Digital Rights Management in Archives
    Daniel Stocker, Jean-Christophe Kummer, Andreas Rathammer, NOA Audio Solutions
  • Audio Preservation and Things
    Shubha Chaudhuri, Chief Coordinator, Archives and Research Centre for Ethnomusicology, India
  • Berliner Phonogramm-Archiv Historische Klangdokumentel Historical Sound Documents / Documentos sonoro-históricos
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Obituary: Alice Moyle (1908 - 2005)
    Grace Koch. Native Title Research and Access Officer, AIATSIS, Australia