AVPS Asked To Speak At The National Archives Preservation Conference

January 2, 2007

Every year the National Archives (NARA) puts together an impressive collection of topics and speakers to make up their Preservation Conference. This year will bring the 21st Annual Preservation Conference, titled “Managing the Intangible: Creating, Storing and Retrieving Digital Surrogates of Historical Materials.”

Chris Lacinak of AVPS accepted the invitation to contribute to this conference by speaking about Quality Control and Digitization involving dynamic audiovisual objects – two topics that AVPS has gained extensive recognition for. The presentation on Quality Control will be on day one of the conference, and the Digitization presentation will be on day two. Chris finds himself in good company with an illustrious array of speakers lined up to discuss a fascinating and relevant group of topics.

For more information on the conference and to see the program and presentations please visit the National Archives Conference website below.