Preservation lectures videography

The focus of this list is online videos (and some audio) of preservation related lectures. There are many, many shorter informational and instructional videos online which are not included.

Cassandra Calling: Conservation pasts, present, futures, by Mary M. Brooks.  (audio)

But Storage is Cheap!... Preservation in the Age of Abundance, by Abby Smith Rumsey (video)

Paradoxes of Preservation—a personal & strategic perspective on crossing the pond, by Helen Shenton, former Head of Collection Care at the British Library, current Deputy Director at Harvard University Library. 

Sustainable Stewardship: The New Thinking, Preservation Environments, and Building Operations, by James J. Reilly, Director, Image Permanence Institute. 

Holly Krueger - Featuring Herblock! - October 22-23, 2010.

University of South Carolina SLIS
Deans and Director’s lecture, 2012 by Michele Cloonan. 

Simmons GSLIS
Will Libraries of the Future Preserve Cultural Heritage 

An Overview of Preservation at the UCLA Library 

New Roles for Research Libraries: Digital Curation for Preservation, an ARL webinar.

Preservation: Evolving Roles and Responsibilities of Research Libraries, and ARL webinar

Library of Congress

Topics in Preservation Series

Chair, Art Conservation Department and Professor of Photograph Conservation, University of Delaware 

The Marriage of Preservation and Access, by Nadina Gardner, Director of the Division of Preservation and Access National Endowment for the Humanities 

Library Conservation and Scholarly Communication, by Donald J. Waters, Program Officer for Scholarly Communications, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation 

Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic andArtistic Works (FAIC): Strategic Planning for an Evolving Field, by Eryl P. Wentworth, Executive Director American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC) and Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation (FAIC) 

Optical Scanning Applied to Recorded Sound Preservation and Access:Status and Prospects, by Carl Haber, Senior Scientist, Physics Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California 

Current Preventive Conservation Approach: The UNESCO Chair'sPerspective, by Prof. Koenraad Van Balen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, R. Lemaire Int’l Center for Conservation, Leuven, Belgium, and Ms. Anouk Stulens, Monumentenwacht Flanders, Antwerp, Belgium 

Lots of short webcast segments on this page. (Real Player)

Development and Research Applications for a Reference Collection of20th Century Photographic Paper, by Paul Messier, Independent Conservator of Photographs, Boston, Massachusetts 

Treating the Second Anglo Afghan War Album: Negotiations Between Bookand Photograph Conservation, by Dana Hemmenway and Yasmeen Khan, Senior Conservators, Conservation Division 

TOWARDS A MULTI- FUNCTIONAL MASS DEACIDIFICATION PROCESS USINGMINOALKYLALKOXYSILANES, by Professor HervĂ© Cheradame, Emeritus Professor of the University of Evry, Vice-President of the Centre de Conservation du Livre in Arles, France. 

The Art of the Steal (Recognizing Forgeries), by Mr. Frank W. Abagnale, Founder of Abagnale & Associates.

Haptic Virtual Reality Simulation Training for Conservation, by Dr. Angela Geary, PhD (RCA) FRSA, Programme Leader in Fine Art Conservation, Northumbria University, UK. 

From Decayed Parchment to 'Bit Rot' — Challenges in DigitizingArchimedes, by Michael Toth, Archimedes Palimpsest Program Manager and Doug Emery, Archimedes Palimpsest Data Manager. 

Recent Research on Daguerreotypes at George Eastman House, by Ralph Wiegandt, Assistant Director of Conservation Education, and Patrick Ravines, Senior Research Fellow, George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film. 

CAMEO:  A Free Internet Referenceon Materials Used in the Production and Conservation of Historic and ArtisticWorks, by Michele Derrick, Conservation Scientist, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 

Recent Trends in Preservation of Intangible Cultural Heritage, by Chandra Reedy, Director, Laboratory for Analysis of Cultural Materials, University of Delaware. 

The Digital Preservation Section of the Library of Congress has produced numerous videos, both short instructional/information videos and captures of lectures and presentations.

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