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Microfilming roundtable

From: Frederick Bearman <fb22>
Date: Monday, March 25, 1996
Round-table Discussion with Question and Answer Workshop
The Future of Microfilm in the Digitizing Age
All you wanted to know about digitization but where afraid to ask

METRO Headquarters,
New York Metropolitan Reference and Research Library Agency
57 East 11thy Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10003
Tuesday, April, 9, 1996
4 - 5:30 p.m.
  $5.00 Registration Fee. (call 212-228-2320)

Topics include:

    1.  The development of digitization into a preservation resource
        tool.

    2.  A demonstration of digitized images accessed through the WWW
        from the oversize color images project.

    3.  How microfilm can be digitized.

    4.  The continued role of microfilm as a conservation and access
        copy for fragile materials, and as a permanent preservation
        medium for original library materials no longer in
        existence.

Speakers

    Janet Gertz
    Director of Preservation
    Columbia University Libraries

    Lee Dirks
    Manager, Preservation Services
    Preservation Resources

    Joan Gatewood
    Associate Librarian for Preservation Reformatting
    New York Public Library

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