IMPORTANT DATES
 
Call for Papers
 » Journal-first (JIST or JPI) 15 Dec
 » Conference 3 March
Acceptance Notification
 » Journal-first (JIST or JPI) 15 Feb
 » Conference ~10 April
Final Manuscripts Due
 » Journal-first (JIST or JPI) 1 May
 » Conference 15 May

Registration Opens mid-April
Early Registration Ends 15 May
Hotel Reservation Deadline TBA
Conference Begins 19 June



   

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE

General Chair

Sony George, NTNU (Norway)

Technical Program Chair

Robert Kastler, MOMA (US)

Short Course Chairs
Martina Hoffmann, Swiss National Library (Switzerland)

Kristin Phelps, US Copyright Office (US)

Past Chair

Fenella France, Library of Congress (US)

Join us for Archiving 2023

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About the Archiving Conference

Since 2004, Archiving has been bringing together an international community of technical experts, managers, practitioners, and academics from cultural heritage institutions, universities, and commercial enterprises, to explore and discuss state-of-the-art imaging, digitization, preservation, and access for 2D, 3D, and AV materials, including documents, manuscripts, photographs, bound volumes, paintings, videos, and born-digital works.

The interdisciplinary focus of the conference creates a rich environment for information exchange. In addition to presenting the latest research results on digitization and curation, Archiving investigates new technologies, strategies, and policies, as well as reports on successful projects that can serve as benchmarks in the field and explores different platforms and ways of visualizing data, allowing for deeper connections with collections.

Archiving 2023 will take place in Oslo, Norway, the week of June 19-23, and will feature final presentations from the CHANGE—Cultural Heritage Analysis for New Generations—program.

2023 PROGRAM TOPICS

Authors are invited to submit abstracts for peer-review in technical areas related to 2D, 3D, and AV materials in, but not limited to:

Digitization / Imaging
  • New developments in digitization technologies and workflows
  • Advanced imaging techniques and image processing, e.g., multispectral imaging, 3D imaging, software
  • Large scale/mass digitization and workflow management systems
  • Quality assurance and control of digitization workflow, e.g., data, targets, software, automation, integration
Preservation / Archiving
  • Management of metadata; adapting to and crosswalking cataloging
  • Archival and preservation models and workflows
  • Emulation, containerization, and normalization
  • Formats, specifications, and systems
  • Computational techniques for analyzing and processing collections at scale
  • Repository assessment; standards and guidelines for preservation processes, archiving methods, new ISO standards, adapting institutional processes to meet new external standards
  • Email and web archiving

Access / Presentation
  • Dissemination/use of digitized/imaged materials, e.g., rights management, crowdsourcing, data mining, data visualization
  • Deep learning algorithms to improve search results; AI, machine learning, etc.
  • Data visualization and automated programming interface (API) e.g. IIIF, Tableau, Storymaps
  • Open access and open data strategies
  • Integration of linked open [usable] data (LOD/LOUD)/Open source solutions
  • New methods for storytelling
  • Online exhibits and associated metadata
  • Prototypes and work-in-progress


Management and Assessment

  • Policies, strategies, plans, and risk management; repository assessment
  • Work models: adaptation and opportunities in a hybrid model

All papers presented at Archiving 2023 are published Open Access. LEARN MORE / SUBMIT

Learn More: Archiving Webinars

View the recordings of webinars recorded in 2020 and 2021 that introduce the conference and its themes. These informative presentations serve as an introduction to the topics and understanding the contents and importance of the papers presented at this meeting.

  • Digitization, Preservation, and Access: The Three Pillars of Cultural Heritage Archiving, Jeanine Nault, Smithsonian Institution  View Recording 
  • Digitizing for Cultural Heritage: Imaging, Standards, and Quality, Peter Burns, Burns Digital Imaging  View Recording
  • Designing Preservation, Responding to Collection and User Community Needs, David Walls, US Government Publishing Office View Recording 
  • Access: Mind the Gap, Ariela Netiv, Heritage Leiden View Recording  
  • Imaging Choices: Practice, Settings, and Formats, Peter Burns, Burns Digital Imaging View Recording
  • One Size Does Not Fit All: Workflows for Digitized and Born-Digital Materials, Kira Sobers and Lynda Schmitz Fuhrig, Smithsonian Libraries and Archives  View Recording
  • Covering the Gamut of Spectral Imaging: Intro to In-depth, Fenella France, Library of Congress, and David R. Wyble, Avian Rochester LLC View Recording
  • OCR and Text Recognition: Workflows, Trends, and New Applications, Jack Maness, University of Denver;  Jamie Rogers, Florida International University; and Luis J. Villanueva, Smithsonian Institution View Recording Download Ariela Netiv's Resource List

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