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Subject: PARS Reformatting Discussion Group

PARS Reformatting Discussion Group

From: Walter Cybulski <cybulskw>
Date: Friday, June 18, 1999
Digilog?  Anatal?  Hybrid Systems and the
Preservation of Research Materials

Have you been waking up at night wondering if you should have made
analog copies of those digitized research material files?  If so,
and you plan on being in New Orleans for the ALA Annual Meeting, you
are welcome to attend the ALCTS/PARS Reformatting Discussion Group
session on Sunday, June 27th, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the
Omni Royal's Central Salon.

Steve Chapman (Harvard) will be on hand to discuss the draft version
of "Digital Imaging and Preservation Microfilm: The Future of the
Hybrid Approach for the Preservation of Brittle Books,"
<URL:>. Meg
Bellinger (Preservation Resources) and Janet Gertz (Columbia), who
submitted responses to the draft to CLIR, will be participating in
the discussion.

Kodak's Michael Maxwell will also be joining the group and will use
the second half of the session to discuss Kodak's current views on
hybrid system and hybrid system products.  There is considerable
interest in the library and archive preservation community regarding
35mm microfilm applications in hybrid systems, as well as in the
determination of text and image quality in any system that produces
microfilm from digitized files.

For additional information please contact

    Walter Cybulski
    (Discussion Group Moderator)
    Preservation & Collection Management Section
    National Library of Medicine
    Fax: 301-496-2864
    <walter_cybulski [at] nlm__nih__gov>

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