April 17, 2014

New Issue of IFLA’s International Preservation News Focuses On Preservation and Digitization of Rare Maps, Globes, and Special Collections

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The December 2012 issue of International Preservation News has just been released by IFLA’s (International Federation of Library Associations) Core Activity on Preservation and Conservation (PAC).

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Articles Include:

  • Cartographic Preservation and Digitization of Rare Maps and Globes at the Library of Congress
    by Fenella G. France, James Thurn and Jamie Schmeits
  • New Developments in Accessing and Viewing Online Maps at the National Library of Scotland
    by Christopher Fleet
  • Coronelli’s Virtual Globe
    by Andrea Adami and Francesco Guerra
  • La reproduction des documents de grand format au Centre de Sablé-sur-Sarthe de la Bibliothèque nationale de France
    by Philippe Vallas et Bernard Dulac
  • The Role of Risk Assessment in Digitising Special Collections
    by Roswitha Ketzer, Flavio Marzo and Jane Pimlott
  • Ensuring Long-Term Access to the Memory of the Web Preservation Working Group of the International Internet Preservation Consortium
    by Clément Oury, Tobias Steinke and Gina Jones

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