Important Dates

JIST-first Deadline Nov. 20, 2017
Submission Deadline Nov. 20, 2017
Notification of Acceptance late Dec. 2017
Final Manuscripts Due
March 5, 2018
Conference Starts April 17, 2018

Archiving 2018:
Digitization Preservation, and Access

April 17-20, 2018

National Archives, Washington, DC

Digitization and Archiving 2018: Digitization, Preservation, and Access brings together an international community of imaging experts and technicians as well as curators, managers, and researchers from libraries, archives, museums, records management repositories, information technology institutions, and commercial enterprises to explore and discuss the field of digitization of cultural heritage and archiving. The conference presents the latest research results on digitization and curation, provides a forum to explore new strategies and policies, and reports on successful projects that can serve as benchmarks in the field. Archiving 2018 is a blend of short courses, invited focal papers, keynote talks, and peer-reviewed oral and interactive display presentations, offering attendees a unique opportunity for gaining and exchanging knowledge and building networks among professionals.

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Conference Committee

General Chair

Don Williams, Image Science Associates (USA)

Program Chair

Lukas Rosenthaler, University of Basel (Switzerland)

Short Course Chair

Jeanine Nault, Library of Congress (USA)

Steering Committee

Peter Burns, Burns Digital Imaging (USA)
Suzanne E. Grinnan, IS&T (USA)
Ulla Bøgvad Kejser, Det Kongelige Bibliotek/The Royal Library (Denmark)
David Walls, US Government Publishing Office (USA)

Technical Program Committee

Michael Bennett, University of Connecticut (USA)
Erik Landsberg, Museum of Modern Art (USA)
Martina Hoffmann, National Library of the Netherlands (the Netherlands)
Raivo Ruuslepp, National Library of Estonia (Estonia)
Christoph Voges, Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaft und Kunst (HAWK), and consultant (Germany)

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