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JANUARY
-
2011


(1)
Title
:

Mass digi
tization German print of the 16
th

century
-

A review of the Bavarian State




Library


Author:

Markus,

ceynowa,

kalus,

Fabian,

calaudia
, Messmer, Gabriele, Schafer, Irmhild

Author Affiliation:
Referates Digit
ale Biliothk

Publication Year
: 2009

Volume

& Issue no:
56,

6

Article
acces
sion no
: L100350


Abstract:

This article provides a detailed report of experience and knowledge gained in the
context of the digi
tization of more than 20,000
16
th

century

books
from

2006 to
June

2009 at
the Bavrian State

library (BSS
).
The

digitization
of books

printed in the 16
th

and 17
th

century
in the
German

speaking

area and catalo
g
ued in VD 16 and VD

17 takes place in the context
of an action line defined by the German research
F
oundation (
DFG). He BSB seeks to
digitize a copy of each 16
th

century edition available in its collection
.

In the course of the
project the
digitization

process has been optimized in order to
satisfy

preservation and
conservation requirement and so ensure
a
good

quality

digitization of each
historical

item in a
reasonable

time.
Therefore

a robot

scanner has

been in use science 2007. The
author provides

detailed

information
-

in view both of the various features of the early
printed

materials and
the effect o
f the adaptations and improvement in available scan technology and statistical
data which enable a correct calculation of the costs for
digitizing

early book collection.


Key words
:

Mass
digitization, robot scanner, scans

technology
, Review of Bavarian st
ate
l
ibrary.


(2)
Title
:
The criteria for trusted Digital Depositories: The nestor of criteria Approaches


Author:
Dobratz, Susanne

& Schoger, Astrid

Author Affiliation:


Publication year
: 2009

Volume

& Issue no: 56, 5

Article accession no:

L100351


Abstra
ct:

Digital information has become an essential part of our cultural, scientific
and
social

heritage. Scientific
knowledge,

historical
documents

and cultural achievements are
now frequently
-
and sometimes exclusively
-
found in machine
-
readable format.
Reposi
tory
organizations

for long term memory storage are now facing new challenges in
connection
with

their

mission to collect and preserve digital holdings. The criteria established by
Germanys “Newyork of Expertise in Long
-
Term storage of Digital Resources” (
meson
) offer
a framework for developing trustworthy long
-
term repositories and guidance for the
evaluation of sustainable cons
ervation measures.


Key words
: trusted digit
al Depositories, Machine
-
readable format






(3)
Title
: Prservaton news


Author: Hed
berge, Jane

Author affliation
: Harverd University Library

Journal title: College $ Research Libraries News

Publication Year:2010

Volume

& Issue no
: 71

& 9

Article accession no
: LI00352


Abstract
: Reports on recent developments related to preservation of li
brary materials. A 752
-
pages paperbound anthology from the Getty
conservation

Institute,entitled”Issue in the
conservation of photograph”, documents the history of

photograph conservation as a
professional discipline: the image permanence Institute web sit
e now includes a brochure
called “ A consumer Guide to Material for preservation Framing and the display

of
photograph Images,” which o
ffers tips on photo framing and display’s
-
six month online
course called preservation 101 is being offered by the North
-
e
ast document conservation
centre; the university of Illinois library has finished a project dubbed “ audio
-
visual self
assessment
programmed
” which aims to develop a web based tool that can be used to devise
preservation plans for audio visual materials.


Key words
: conservation

photograph

Image


(4)

Title
:
PDF
/

A
:
Available

Addition to the preservation Toolkit


Author:
Noonan, Daniel W, Mccrory, amy &Black

Author affiliation:
OhioState University Archives

Journal title:
D
-
Lib Magazine

Publication Year
: 20
10

Volume & Issue no:
16
, 11
-
11
-
12

Article accession no
: LI
00354


Abstract
: PDF/A, the archival version of the PDF file format, is an international standards
origination

(ISO) vetted, open source tool that can be added to the librarian and
archivist

preser
vation toolkit. This article describes the format itself, the lesson learned as the author
investigated the tools rea
dily available for creating PDF/
A files
and the

design of the pilot to
test

implementation of the use of the use of the format in
the

Ohio

state
University

repository,
the knowledge bank.


Keywords:

PDF
-
preservation toolkit, Ohio state University repository
, Knowledge bank


(5)
Title:

The Bibliographical patrimony and the policy of Digitization in Canada


Author: Temens, miquel

Journal title:

Item: Revista de biblio
teconomia I documentacio

Publication Year
: 2008


Volume & Issue no:
48

Article accession
l100356


Abstract
: The article reviews the libraries digitization and digital preservation policies of
bibliographical heritage in Catalonia. Th
e article notices that digitization efforts are not made
within globally accepted objectives nor planning but with short term and fragmented views.
The article also remarks that libraries have a high dependency of external technical resources
which can be
obtained by collaboration agreements or outsourcing technical process. In the
area of digital preservation, even when digital repositories are increasing their volume, any
action has been taken.


Key words
:
Digitization policy, preservation policy, digital

repositories
,
Canada


(6
) Title:

Research and development in Digital preservation: an International Reviews


Author:
Termens,Miquel

Author affiliation:
Universiat de Barcelona

Journal title:
Professional de information

Publication Year
: 2009

Volume & Issu
e no:
18 & 6

Article accession
; LI
00357


Abstract
: The article presents a survey of international research studies and development

in
digital
preservation, devoting

a section to the situation in Spain. The author outlines
application in areas such as insti
tutional repositories
, administrative

records,

personal

archives,
aerospace

industry and
museum

archives, but the general attention is given to
digital

preservation application in li
braries and archives. The pre
-
eminent

role of certain
libraries and the na
tional archives and records of certain countries is evident in an analysis of
the protagonists of this
research,

as well as the emerging role of software companies. The
major
lines of research include

the integration of
tools

to create integrated preservat
ion
systems.


Key words
:

Digital preservation
-

Spain,


(7
)

Title
:
Making the invisible collection Visible


Author:
Van Bergen, Saskia&Verharr,peter

Journal title:
Information

professional

Publication Year
: 2010

Volume & Issue no:
5

Article accession
: L100
358


Abstract
:

Works in the digitization & description of historical material available at the U
Library of Leiden is reported. Special attention to devoted to the Digital special Collection
(DIS c) Proje
ct making available online (www.
disc.leienuniv.nl) s
ome 100,000 scans
of
mediaval Dutch manuscripts , prints, atlases &document. The
encoded Archival Description
(RAD) is utilized to catalog & inventory the collection &
make an

access to
these materials

easy & transparent. The library also experiments with
the
virtual

Research

Environment
Software as a tool with which material can be digitalized & made available online.


Key words
:

Digitization
-

historical material, digital special collect, U library of Leiden,
Virtu
al Research Environment
Software




(8
) Ti
tle
: Sounding and alarm for the preservation of Born digital Heritage


Author: Vander Graaf*

Author affiliation: pleiade Man
agement consultancy

Journal title: Informatiom professional

Publication Year: 2010


Volume & Issue no: 4, 12
-
15

Article acces
sion:
LI
00359


Abstract
: Issues related to
the preservation &
conservation

of born
-
digital material & object
by
Dutch

libraries, museums & archives are addressed. The notion of born Digital is defined
& the
value

of object that
has

a digital origin
to national c
ulture is
emphasized. The

pilot
research project
“Digitaal E
r
fgoed Nederland”
(The

Digital Heritage of the Netherlands)
aimed at assessing the current state of

managing born
-
digital objects

& the

policies in place
to preserve such

material in this kind of
national heritage is in danger of being lost or
neglected by
instruction

significance. Suggestions how to approach the acquisition of digital
collection are made, pointing out the difficulties inherently imbedded with this
type

of
objects,
e.g.

their

compl
exity, software dependence or technological obsolescence of
equipment for their reproduction,


Keywords
: preservation and conservation
-
Born Digital

Material, Digital Heritage
-

Netherlands, Born digital policies


(9
)
Title
: Introducing New Books: Examining

&
planning

material preservation by Akio
Yasue


Author:
Yamazaki, Chie

Journal title: The Library World

Publication Year
: 2009

Volume & Issue no:
61 & 4

Article accession
: LI
00360


Abstract: Introduce the book

Examining & planning Materials Preservation by

akio Yasue
(ISBN 9784820408253). Discusses the importance of the often
-
unsung tasks associated with
preservation

va
luable materials. Outlines

the book contents
, including

section on

conservation, creating a protective environment, writing presentation pol
icies, security,
disaster planni
ng & education. Details of the books coverage of research methodologies for
examining
collection.


Keywords:

conservation, creating protective environment, writing presentation policies,
security, disaster planning & educat
ion










FEBRUARY


(10
)
Title
:
Automating the Importation of a Historic scientific serial into a Digital Repository


Author:
Creel*

Author affiliation:

Texas A& M University Libraries,

USA

Journal title:
International Digital

Library Perspective

Publi
cation Year
: 2010


Volume & Issue no:
26& 4

Article accession no
: LI101048


Abstract
: The purpose of this paper is to describe the transition of a collection in Texas
A&M University institutional
repository from single item submission to batch importation
as
a primary method of ingests. This transition was made possible with assistance and technical
work on behalf of the library.
Design/methodology
: The digital initiatives staff examined the
workflow of the collection manager and submitters. A process was

c
reated to produce the
necessary data structures for batch import from resources that were already being generated
by the collection work
-
flow,
Practical implication
-

This demonstrated the

benefit of
libraries and other institutional repository collections.

This paper should resonate with
institutional repository managers and digital services librarians, as many have neglected to
offer batch importing or other assistance to users citing a lack of resources.


Keywords:

Digital Repository,
Texas A&M Universit
y


(11
)
Title
:
Gracio
, Jose

carlos Abbud& Fadel


Author:
Digital

preservation in higher education institutions in
Brazil: Aspect, strategies and

Policies

Publication Year:
2009

Volume & Issue no:
280

Article accession no:
LI01050


Abstract
: The main as
pect, strategies and poli
cies relating to digital preservation in higher
education institution in Brazil are analyzed. Threats and clangs to preservation, including
change in technology, policies considerations and the development of strategies are all
dis
cuss in this context.


Key words
: Digital preservation
-

policy, strategies, Higher education,
Brazil
,



(12
)
Title:

Preservation News

Author:

Hedberg, jane


Author affiliation:
Harvard
University

Library

Journal title:
College research Libraries news

Pub
lication Year:
2010

Volume & Issue no:
71 & 10

Article accession no:
LI01051


Abstract
: Reports development related to preservation. The
America institute

for
conservation of Historic and Artistic Works has posted video all arts and conservation on its
hom
e page; the library of congress national Digital
Information

Infrastructure and
preservation
programmed

has
release

three new video” Bridging physical and digital
preservation.” “Why initial

preservation is important for you,” and
“archiving

Digital photo
the national Library of Australia has discontinued the subject
gateway preserving Access

to
Digital
Information

(PADI) and the electronic padiforum
-
I, service that date back to 1997;
the Association For Lib collections and Technical services is offering a
short weninar on out
fundamentals of digital preservation.


Keywords:

conservation
-

Homepage


(13
)
Title
: Rare Map materials made Digital: Scanning and Metadata Archiving and Access.


Author: Kowal*

Author affiliation: British library London, UK

Journal t
itle: International catalouging and Bibliographic Control

Publication Year: 2010

Volume & Issue no: 38 & 3

Article accession no: LI 01052


Abstract:

Creating access to cartographic images
via

digitization
and

maintain the integrity
and authen
ti
city of the
digital objects and associated
Mata

data, is a current preoccupation
of
map

curators. Fo
rmat
-
specific information

ab
o
u
t

the complete digitization process can
aid

in
planning for scanning projects to ensure reliable access, active management and long term
p
reservation. The recent experience of the British Library with a

project to

scan maps held
within rare books can
contribute

to this
literature. Using

a
verity

of skills and systems
throughout the institution, a methodology was developed to man
a
ge each aspe
ct of the
process, from

image capture and metadata creation to providing access and preserving
material via digital archiving the outcome is
a unique

application of existing library standards
and systems and illustrated
a

managing and providing access to d
igitized
collection

materials.


Keywords
: Digital
-
Scanning and
metadata,

archiving, British
library, D
igitization
-

cartographic image, digital archiving


(14
)
Title:

Digital preservation


Author:
Paniagua, Carlos Garcia Figuerola

Publication Year:
2009

Art
icle accession no
: LI01053



Abstract
:
Starting from the gr
e
at

quantity

of information that i
s available in digital format
and the
heterogeneous

nature of its
production, associated

media and devices that facilitate its
access, the author
describe

some of
the problem posted by digital information as well as
initiatives that attempts to provide answer to the problem of
preservation
.


Keywords:

Digital
preservation







MARCH


(15) Title: Digitization
-
for

the here and Now and for the Future


Author: Balas,Ja
net

Author affiliation: Library Information systems,

Monro
eviller

Journal title:
Computers

in libraries

Publication Year:
2010

Volume & Issue no:
30, & 9

Article accession no:
LI01863


Abstract:

Looks at four websites that offer information and resources
on digitization and
preservation. The Library of congress (
www.digitalpreservation.gov
) offers information on
the latest news and upcoming events, together with links to

tool and services; podcastya,
vide
o presentation, publication and other related resources.

Webjunction
(
http://webjunction.org/processing


and
-
preservation) offers a wealth of resource and links to
webinars. The blue Ribbon Task Force on s
ustainable Digital preservation and Access
(http:brtf.sdsc.edu)
address not only the technical challenges of digital preservation but also
the economics challenges
involved. Digitization

101 (
http://hurst
associates.blogspot.com
) i
s a
blog author
ed

by jill
-

Wahl, providing u
-
to
-
date information on anything related to the
creation, management, marketing, and preservation of digital assets.


Keywords
: Digitization
,

website offers
-

preservation


(16
)
Title:

T
he

Discmap project: Digitization of special collection: Mapping, assessment,
prioritisation



Author:
Birrell*

Author affiliation:

University of strathclyde, Glasgow,UK)


Journal title:
NEW Library world

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no
: 112
, 1
-
2


Article accession no:
LI01864


Abstract:

The purpose of this paper is to present

the outcomes of digitization of special
collection: mapping
, assessment,
prioritis
ation (
Disc map), a JISC ands RIN
-

funded project
which studied
user’s

priorities for the di
gitization of special collect
ion
within the context of
UK Higher Education

Institution (HEls). The paper provides new insights and evidence on
user priorities for the digitization of special collection. It also
suggests

a user
-
driven
digitization prioritiz
ation framework of benefit in future decision making, both locally and
nationally.


Keywords
:

Digitization
-

mapping, assessment, priortisation
,

Discamp project,
,Uk hiher
education Institution


(17
)
Title
: Ensuring of Digital
Future

Author: Breeding, Marsha
ll

Author affiliation: Vanderbilt University Libraries

Journal title: Computer in libraries

Publication Year: 2010

Volume & Issue no: 30 & 9

Article accession no: LI01865


Abstract:

Digitization initiatives are proliferating all around the world. Most lib
raries are
now trying to digitize and preserve their
collection

including
photograph
, manuscripts and
other
unique

content. National libraries are in the best position to accomplish such ambitious
projects. Top
-
notch digitization project are also being lau
nched in
academic
,
research

and
public
libraries
. As
a result, unique and special
collection in the custody of libraries is

expected to survive well into the future. Trusted digital repositories implement the best
practice available to ensu
re those print d
ocuments are

transformed
into digital content.

The
open archival
Information

System

(OAIS) is

a classic example of how best practice help to
ensure the long
-
term digital preservation of cultural heritage materials.


Keywords:

Digitization
-

photograph, manu
script, opens archival Information System (OAIS)


(18
)
Title
: Archival Television
Audio: surviving

Television Broadcast Sound Tracks
Representing Lost TV
Program


Author: Gries,PHill

Author affiliation: Sea Cliff, New York

Journal title: ARSC Journals

Pub
lication Year: 2010

Volume & Issue no: 41 &2

Article accession no: Li01867


Abstract
:
The

following

article is a based on the
author

presentation at ARSC Conference
held at British Library
in

London,
England (
2001). The focus has been on the genesis of th
e
Archival
Television

Audio (ATA) archived collection, additional acquisitions to the
archives, approaches to
cataloguing

and conservation, preservation, material contained in the
collection, copyright, and the availabili
ty of one
-
of
-
a kind surviving TV b
roadcast sound
record.


Keywords:

Archival Television Audio (ATA),

TV broadcast sound record.


(19
) Title
:
Preservation News

Author:
Hedberg, Jane

Author affiliation:
Harvard University Library

Journal title:
College and research library News

Publication

Year:
2010

Volume & Issue no:
71 & 11

Article accession no:
LI01868


Abstract:

Reports recent developments
related

to preservation. The council on Library and
Information Resources was commissioned by the
Library

of Congress National Recording
preservatio
n Board to publish the study
“The

state Of Record Sound
preservation in the
United States
: A national legacy at Risk in Digital Age”; From the Hand to the Machine.
Nineteenth
-
Century Americans paper and Mediums: Technologies, materials and
conservation, a
book by Cathleen A Baker has been published; the Institute of Museum and
Library Services a 48 page rep
ort Entitled” Connecting to Collections: A Reports to the
Nation” in October 2010; in July 2010. the libr
ary of congress formed a coalit
ion called the
Na
tional Digital Stewardship Alliance.


Keywords:

Sound preservation,

National Digital Stewardship Alliance
, United states


(2
0
) Title
: A rising Tide of Digitization: The Ohio Memory project


Author: Kupfer, Shannon

Author affiliation: State library of Ohio

Journal title: Computers in Library

Publication Year: 2010

Volume & Issue no: 30 & 9

Article accession no: LI01870


Abstract
: After a year of planning and operation, the
preparation,

the second generation of
Ohio Memory went live in 2009. Ohio Memory, a c
ollection between the state library of
Ohio

and the Ohio Historical Society, is repository boasting more than 75000 digital
resources ranging from journal
to photograph

and other
manuscripts

materials together with
print
document and

archived web content,
Ohio Memory was first lunched in 2002 as part of
Ohio celebration of its bicentennial the following year. H
owever the tament to how
partner
ship can be forged between cultural
heritages

institutions
.
This article discusses

how
and why Ohio Memory was create
d, the challenges that came along the way, plans to make it
sustainable, and
vision

for the future.


Keywords: Tide of Digitization, The Ohio Memory project


(21
)
Title:

Packaging videogames for long terms preservation: Integrating FRBR and the
OAIS Refer
ence Model


Author: Mc Donough, Jerome P

Author affiliation:
University of Illinois at Urbana champaign

Journal title:
Journal of the American Society for Information science and Technology

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
62& 1

Article accession

no:
LI01871


Abstract:

The
pres
erving virtual world’s project has

been
investigating the

preservation of
computer games and interactive fiction. The preservation of games benefits simultaneous
application of the data model from the Functional Requirement
for
Bibliographic Records

report, and the open Archival Information system reference Model. The article described
efforts to

integrate these two data models within a single Web ontology language for
application with multiple XML
-

based packaging formats.


Keywords:

videogames and fiction preservation, FRBR,

OAIS Reference Model, Web
ontology language,

XML
-

based packaging formats






(22
)
Title:

Web Archiving of Quaker websites


Author:

Milligan, Jennifer


Author affiliation:
Library of the religious soci
ety of friends)

Journal title:
Bulletin of the association of British Theological and Philosophical Libraries

Publication Year:
2010

Volume & Issue no:
17 & 3

Article accession no:
LI01872


Abstract
: In early 2009, the Library of the Religious
Society

of f
riends launched
initiatives

in cooperation with

the UK Web archives to collect and
preserve

Quaker web sites that
represent Quaker views and activities in the
UK.
The
UK,
Web Archives a national venture
by the British Library, aims to collect preserve and

provide
continuous

access to UK Web
sites that published research demonstrate Web innovation, and reflect a wide range of lives,
interests and activities throughout the UK. The temporal nature
of many

web sites might lead
to the loss of important intellec
tual and
cultural

material, something that the UK Web
Archives does not want to happen. Hence the UK Web Archives was
created

to records this
material and save it for posterity.


Key words
: UK Web Archiving,

Quaker websites,


(23
)
Title
:

Effects of Desicca
tion on Degraded Binder Extraction in magnetic Audio Tape


Author:

Norris, sarh

Author affiliation:
Texas
State

Library

Journal title:
ARSC journal

Publication Year:
2010

Volume & Issue no:
41 & 2

Article accession no:
LI01873


Abstract:

Magnetic Audio t
ape
afflicted by stick
y shed syndrome caste off gummy flakes of
recorded media and develops a tacky residue that impedes play back. One short term remedy
for this problem is baking a
process

that exposes tape to elevated temperatures and reduces
relative h
umidity. This study explores an alternatives
treatment
, desiccation without heat. By
using the acetone extraction method to evaluate binder degradation, the study yields
information
about

the impact of desiccation on one measure of the severity of sticky s
hed
syndrome, the amount of
extractable

binder. Two type of magnetic audio tape are stud
ied,
Ampex 456 and shamrock 041.
Reporting is contextualized within current audio preservation
efforts and library and archives collections management
practices
.


Keywo
rds
:

Desiccation,

Degraded Binder Extraction,

magnetic Audio Tape
,

binder
degradation
,

Ampex 456, shamrock 041



(24
)
Title
:
Butte Digital Image project: Shifting Focus from collection to community


Author:
Pierson,

patrica

Author affiliation:
Butte
-

silve
r Bow public library


Journal title:
Computers in libraries

Publication Year:
2010

Volume & Issue no
: 30 & 9


Article accession no:
LI01874


Abstract:

In
July
2009, the Butte


Silver Bow

public
library (formally

Butte Free public
Library) in Montana lunch
ed
initiatives

to
digitize

monographs and
pamphlets

in the library
collection dating from the end of the 19
th
/ beginning of the 20
th

century. Equipment

and
staffing for the Butte Digital Image project was funded by grant from the Institute of Museum
and Li
brary
Services
, the Montana cultural Trust, and Butte
s Urban
Revitalization

Agency.
The funding allowed the library to create a new fulltime digital collection librarian position.
Fragile items and those focused on
butte

have been given the highest priorit
y for digitization
with the
scanned

items and their metadata uploaded to the Montana Memory project,
a

statewide online resource run by the Montana state library that provides access
to

digital
content relating to

Montana’s cultural heritage.


Keywords:

Bu
tte Digital Image
project, digitize monographs and pamphlets, Butte


Silver
Bow public library


(25
)
Title
:
Building Digital audio preservation Infrastructure and Workflows

Author:
Yong*


Author affiliation:
University of Washington Libraries

Journal tit
le:
Computer in libraries

Publication Year:
2010

Volume & Issue no:
30&9

Article accession no:
LI01076


Abstract
: The University of Washington
library has

in its possession more than 3000 audio
recording of
Pacific

Northwest

indigenous languages. Many of t
he
languages

were either
extinct or endangered, which makes
format migration critical .In 2009, the
UW Libraries
special collection received funding to digitize
this audio indigenous language

holding.
Workflows

were already in place since the libraries had

begun digitizing image and text
collections in 1997.
Further some
, the university already has an institutional
repository

called
Research work Archives lunched in 2003.
, However,

additional infrastructure and workflows
were necessary in
building

digital
collection for non
-
commercial audio recording. This
ar
ticle
describes how the UW libraries came up with a new infrastructure and workflow for the
digitization project
.


Key words
:

Digital audio preservation,

UW libraries




April


(26
)
Title:

The commitmen
t to securing perpetual Journal Access:
Survey

of Academic
Research Libraries

Author:
Carr, Patrick L

Author affiliation:
East Carolina University Greenville, North Carolina

Journal title:
Library Resources and Technical service

Publication Year:
2011

Vol
ume & Issue no
: 55 & 1

Article acc no: LI02766

Abstract: current and emerging trends raise question about the extent to which academic
research libraries should continue to seek perpetual access provision for journal acquisitions.
To describe the questions

being
raised,

this paper being by framing perpetual access
commitments within the context of the past present, and future,
the

paper then assesses
current views and practices by
describing

and analyzing the result of a survey of librarians.
The result sho
ws that, while the
respondent’s

libraries generally espouse strong commitment
to perpetual access a combination of factor is leading many libraries to
tasked

action that
weakens

perpetual access provision.


Keywords: Securing perpetual access,


(27
)
Title
:

Preservation News


Author:
Hedberg, Jane

Author affiliation:
Harvard

university library

Journal title:
College and Research libraries

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
72 & 1

Article accession no:
LI 02767


Abstract:

Reports recent development re
lated to preservation
. Rescuing Records

Com has
teamed

up with Heritage preservation

t
o
publish a 208
-
pages book on how
to implement the
Incident command system in
intuitions
. The British library preservation
Advisory

centre has
come up with a revised vers
ion of its 2006 booklet “
Bookbinding”.
The North Carolina
Department

of cultural Resources state Library and State Archives have launched a web site
containing information on digital

preservation. The Library and archives of

Canada has
uploaded a document
called
“File

Format Guideline for preservation and Long
-
term
Access
,
version 1” on its website.


Key words
:
Heritage preservation, Bookbinding,

digital preservation,

File Format Guideline
for preservation and Long
-
term Access, version 1




(28
)
Title:

A

fa
mily album carte
-
de
-
vis
i
te
Type [Nondestructive

Research Into photograph
by X
-
ray Fluorescence Spectrometry and Infra
r
ed
spectrometry and

Their
Restoration,

part 2


Author:
Krizanova, Jana

Author affiliation:

Journal title:

Publication Year:
2009

Volume

& Issue no:
10 & 4 5

Article accession no:
LI02768


Abstract
:
This article presents

the restoration of a family album of care
-
de
-
vi type. It
shows

a
cultural
-
historical view of albums in which photograph were inserted as well as a concrete 13
page album o
f the 1860s that been restored within the framework of cooperation between the
Acade
mic

of Fine Arts in Br
a
ti
sl
ava & the Getty Conservation
institute. In the fame part of
the article the author describe the process of restoration of album block itself, the

second part
present the
photographs

involved in the album. Along with restoring the photograph, the
article clarifies nondestru
ctive research techniques use to

identify

old
photographic

technique
-
X
-
ray fluorescence spectome(XRF) & infrared spectrometry
(F
TIR)
& present
XRF & FTIR speed mea
sured on the photograph, that represent four photographic technique
albumin photograph, gelatin
,

colloc
l
i
o photograph &

gelatin photograph.


Keywords:

restoration of a family album,

Academic of Fine Arts in Bratislava &
the Getty.
Conservation institute
,

X
-
ray fluorescence spectome(XRF) & infrared spectrometry
(FTIR)
,


albumin photograph, gelatin, C
olloclio photograph & gelatin photograph.





May


(29
) Title: The best practice of the
Digital Moving Image Archive

Author:

Hamasaki, Koji

Author affiliation
: japan University

Journal title:
Journal of Information science & Technology Association

Publication Year:
2010

Volume & Issue no:
60 & 11

Article accession no:
LI03322


Abstract: In

Kawasaki
-

shi city
museum,

which
upend

in 1998, examples from the collection
of
film

and video saved to digital archives are reported. As the best practice to aim at the
greatest effect on a low budget, I show a process of the digital archiving of the image and
show the prototype that build th
e management of the information to be related to a browsing
search and the picture of the still image which I extracted from a presentation in

File Maker
Pro.Efforts to save and collect
into a

museum the TV program for the first time as a museum
and start
the construction of the Junichi Ushiyama television news film are presented.


Keywords: Digital archives
-

Image



(30
)
Title
:

The most important parameter in the Evaluation of paper Document stability

Author:

Marsala, Martin

Author affiliation:

Journal

title:

Publication Year:
2009

Volume & Issue no:
10 & 10

Article accession no:
LI03323


Abstract:

Technique and procedures applied in testing paper strength & acidity during the
examination of paper durability in an archival collection of books & documen
ts. Consisting
of 2500 units assembled as a model library in the Slovak national L
ibrary in martin are
described.
The chemical &
environmental factor affecting factor affecting paper stability are
mentioned & the technology currently available to measure &

count
eract paper degradation
process are
described. Acidity

result indicate that paper production technology & ingredients
improved
steadily throughout the 20
th


century,
achieving the best, i.e., most ne
u
t
ral,

pH
values for document produced in the perio
d from the 1990s to the present. It is observed that
the result obtained for the
model collection can be
extrapolated to

give a fairly accurate
assessment of the state & condition of all the paper documents in the library
.


Keywords:

Paper evaluation, pap
er durability


(31
)
Title:

The
archives That Lay

the Foundation of Human

Intelligence: Where the
Archiving of Motion Picture
Films

stands.


Author:
Tochigi, Akira

Author affiliation:

The national museum of Modern art, Tokyo


Journal title:

Journal of inf
ormation s
cience

and technology association

Publication Year:
2010

Volume & Issue no:
60 & 141

Article accession no:
LI03325


Abstract:

The main mission
a

film

archive is to deal with motion picture
films

and non
-
film

materials as the collection i
n a cycle

of archival activities which cover acquisition,
conservation and presentation. While motion picture
films are vulnerable to physi
cal damage
and chemical decay, they are expected to live long
under

the climate control, much longer
than any digital media. N
evertheless, digital technology has helped modify many realms of
film

archiving such as digital restoration and digital access to the collection, which will
surely make a greater contribution to education and academic researchers of the generations
to come
.


Keywords:

Film archives, motion picture, Digital restoration


(32
)
Title
:
Summer school of photograph conservation and Restoration

Author:
Valova, Maria

Publication Year:
2009

Volume & Issue no:
10 & 9

Article accession no:

LI03326



Abstract:

The

secon
d annual summer school Fundamental of the conservation of
photographs was held at the Slovak National Library in Martin
, 20
-
31 July 2009. Archiv
ists,
curators & restoration specialist from the Slovak & Czech republics, Hungary, Croatia,
Poland, Serbia & Ro
mania participated. The school was organized in collaboration between
The Getty conservation Institute of Los Angeles,
CA,

the University of Bratislava & the
Slovak National Library. Short Summaries of lecture are given & practical application
exercise is

described, noting that the objective to familiarize expert in the filed with the most
recent techniques & technology of photograph conservation & restoration was accomplished.


Keywords
:
photograph conservation



JUNE



(33
) Title:
Towards a Workflow Emul
ation based Preservation strategy: Rationale and
Technical Metadata

Author:

Anderson, David,*

Author affiliation:
Humanities computing Group, University of portsmouth

Journal title:
New Review of Information Networking

Publication Year:
2010

Volume & Iss
ue no:
15 & 2

Article accession no:
LI03952


Abstract: The KEEP project is the first of its kind to seriously research the kind of emulation
based on a virtual machine as put forward by Lorie (2002). In addition to creating such a
virtual
machine,

a number

of other supporting tool and techniques are als
o

being

developed
as part of the EC FP7 project: first, for use as the basis of a database that forms part of the
Emulation framework that will run on the Keep Virtual machine (KVM); and. Second, for
use as
the core of
emulation

metadata standard, envisaged be taken up by the wider
community. This paper is thus
very

much geared towards a practical discussion of emulation.
However, before
the

digital preservation community will
consider emulation

as a viable
o
ption compared to
migration
; it is imperative that the polarized position exemplified by
Rothenberg and Bearman are
carefully

analyzed,
demonstrated
, and where necessary, set
aside. In this way, some option that have previously been dismissed out of hand c
an be

allowed to resurface, and their relative merits be reconsidered. The second part of the article
comprises a detail investigation of the technical environment necessary to emulate a given
digital object. The technical environment data, thus obtained,
is then used to create the core
of the emulation metadata model. The article concludes with a consideration of video games’
metadata, as games represent the most complex digital object planned to be emulated as part
of the keep project.


Keywords
:
Technica
l Metadata, preservation strategy, KEEp project


(34
)
Title
:
Preserving Last Copies in a Virtual Collection


Author:
Brush, Denise

Author affiliation:
Library service, Rowan University

Journal title:
Technical service quarterly

Publication Year:
2011

Volu
me & Issue no:
1

Article accession no:
LI03953



Abstract;

The consortium of New Jers
e
y academic libraries, known as VALENJ, has under
taken a
collaborative project

to track last copies of print titles which are of value to academic
researchers. The VALENJ

virtual Last copy
collection identifies and tracks

last



copy books
statewide, preventing possible loss of valuable research resources and opti
mi
zing use of
limited

state higher education funding. The article describes the
project,

its history and
implem
entation, and possible future direction.


Keywords:
Preserving
virtual collection


(35
) Title:
Seeing Versus Saving: Recommendation for Calculating Research Use Lighting
for Library special collection

Author:
Horelick*

Author affiliation:
National museum
of the American Indian, Washington

Journal title:
Library Resources & Texchnical service

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
55 & 2

Article accession no:
LI0
3954


Abstract
:

The research present in this paper describe the measurement of light and ultr
aviolet
energy within a special
collections

facility, with the goal of evaluating
whether

levels
recommended

for museums and archival collections are being exceed during

research usage,
An El
sec 764 handheld light meter was used to record the light intensi
ty falling on collection
material

held within and without v
-
shaped book’ use. The author developed a simple
algebraic formula to determine how many hours collection material could
calculate

the
maximum cumulative does possible based on
numbers of

access ho
urs and compared these to
recommended does for sensitive media as a monitoring strategy for the long
-
term
preservation of light
sensitive

special
collection

materials. The result from this study suggest
that the light levels
evaluated

are not in excess of
recommended values and that the use of
book mounts
reduce

the amount of light falling on collection

material. Monitoring
action
is

recommended

for
intuitions

wishing to replicate the study.


Keywords
:
Measurement: Light and ultraviolet energy, monitoring
action


(36
)
Title:

Protection of the only Existing copies in Ancient Books of Traditional Chinese
Medicine and Their digitization


Author:
Hou*, Yan JiangRong
-
xing..

Author affiliation:
Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Journal title:
Ch
inese journal of Medical Library and Information science

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
20 & 2

Article accession no:
LI03955



Abstract:

Discussed in this paper are the significance of protecting the only existing copies
in ancient books of tra
ditional Chinese
medicine (
TCM), the content of their digitization, the
realization of their database retrieval functions, and their co
-
development and sharing, based
on the research on their protection and digitization in Chengdu University of Traditional

Chinese Medicine.


Keywords:
Digitization


(37
) Title:
The Human Rights Documentation Initiative at the University of Texas Libraries

Author:
Kellehar*

Author affiliation:
University of Texas Libraries, Austin

Author: Kellehar*

Journal title:

New Review
of Information Networking


Publication Year:
2010

Volume & Issue no:
15 & 2

Article accession no:
LI3956


Abstract
:
Human

Rights documentation
presents

significant collection, preservation. And
access challenges to libraries
and

archives, activities and
ad
vocacy

organizations, scholar and
litigator
. This article represent a case

study of the university of Texas Libraries Human Right
Documentation Initiative efforts to address these challenges for web resources and audio
-
visual born
-
digital record emerging
f
rom

human right conflicts, advo
cacy, and study. The
library non
-
custodial partnership with the Kigali Genocide Memorial
Centre

in Rwanda is
used as an example.


Keywords:

Web resource, archives, audio
-
visual born digital, University of Texas Libraries


(38
)
Title
:
Notes on operation: Digital curation planning at Michigan State University

Author:
Schmidt*


Author affiliation:
Michigan State University

Journal title:
Library Resources & Technical services

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
55 &2

Artic
le accession no:
LI03958


Abstract:

Recognizing the need for guiding the ma
nagement and preservation of Michigan

state University digital assets, a team led by university

archivists and librarians conducted a
digital curation planning project to explore an
d evaluate existing digital content and curation
practices. The team used data gathered in this study to identify next steps in
digital

curation
planning, including the recommendation to collaborate with other universities to develop
solutions. While

the
findings were specific to Michigan State University
,

the process of
assessing practices and identifying needs may be replicated elsewhere.


Keywords:
Digital curation planning, Michigan State University



(39
) Title
:

The Newspaper slovenec in Slovenian Lib
raries: Possibilities of conservation
-

Restoration Treatement and Reproduction



Author:
Vodopivec, Jedert & Devetak

Author affiliation:

Journal title:

Publication Year:
2010

Volume & Issue no:
54 & 3

Article accession no:
LI03959


Abstract:

The purpo
se

of the research was to gain an overview of the holdings of Slovenec
in lovenian libraries and to state the uniqueness of its original binding kept
by

the library of
the Institute of Contemporary History in
Ljubljana (
hereafter
referred

to
as the INZ). The

article treats

the question whether it is
reasonable

to conserve and restore the newspaper
collection or to convert the
microfilm

version into digital form. The daily news paper
Slovenec was published in
Ljubljana

between the years 1873 and 1945 and main
national and
cultural heritage. The research encompasses only copies published between the years 1873
and 1945. The
results are

presented in two parts. The first
part focuses

on the condition of the
newspaper collection in Slovenian libraries, whereas the
second part focuses o
n copies kept
by INZ. The article brings data on their number and condition, major damage and storage, as
well as on their use and accessibility. Detailed description of the newspaper
condition
includes only copies kept b
y INZ. The res
earch provides that only two
collections

are
complete (one

kept by the National and University library in
Ljubljana

and the order one kept
by INZ) and that the collection kept by

INZ

is unique. It was also established
that a

grate deal
of copies kept by in
dividual libraries are dam
aged, however it is possible to

digitize them.
Damage
is

mostly due to heavy use, unsuitable storage conditions and poor
quality

of the
materials. That is why paper edition should be appropriately preserved and
conserved

consequen
tly the newspaper should be available in

a more user
-
friendly

form.


Keywords:
Newspaper conservation, Microfilms, Digital form



July


(4
0)
Title
:
Hati Trust and the challenges if Digital Audio


Author:
Beers*

Author affiliation:

University of Michigan, U
SA


Journal title:
IASA journal

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
36

Article accession no:
LI4807


Abstract:

Hathi Trust
(
http://www.hathitrust.org/
)
is a

digital repository for research libraries
in the

United States. It brings together the enormous digital collections of partner institutions.
As Hathi Trust makes every
effort

for

the re
pository to conform to the characteri
stics of a
Trusted Digital Rep
ository, a tremendous amount of work has gone into d
eveloping ingest
functionalities

that analyze submission Information
packages (
Sips)
to assess

whether they
meet a number of
standards.
The standards include the technical aspect of the digital image
files in a SIP , descriptive elements of the SIP and str
uctural meta data that explain what the
digital image files represent and allow software tools to display the image correctly. Initially,
the majority of the Sips being deposited into HathiTrust were books that had been digitized
by Google, Inc. However th
e scope of digitization at HathiTrust institution is much broader,
as the University of Michigan Library
seeks to incorporate time
-
based media, initially audio,
into the

repository
. Thus expanding the capabilities if Hathi Trust to preserve and provides
ac
cess to these materials was a logical, and highly describe, direction to pursue.
This article
describes

the project designed to expand HathiTrust capabilities to preserve and

provide
access to digital audio held by the
University

of Michigan Library.


Keyw
ords
:

Hati Trust, Digital repository, Metadata, Google imc, Digital Audio


(41
)
Title:

Preservation News

Author:
Hedberg, Jane

Author affiliation:

Harverd University Library

Journal title:

College and Research Libraries

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & I
ssue no:
72 & 4

Article accession no:
LI04808


Abstract
: Reports on recent developments related to preservation of library materials. The
American library Association for Library Co
llections & Technical Services w
ill hold their
second annual preservation w
eeks on April 24
-
30
, 2011

with “pass it on” as the theme. As
part of the “Connecting to collections Webinar series”, more than 3000 small libraries,
archives and museums
received

a set of printed preservation resources known as the
“connecting

to collectio
ns Bookshelf”. The negatives
effect of microbiological detraction on
cultural heritage objects, as well as the uses of microbial process during their conservation is

the topic
of

book entitled
“cultural

Heritage Microbiological”, edited by Ralph

Mitchell a
nd
Christopher McNamara.


Keywords: Webinar series, archives, Microbiological detraction, American library
Association


(42
)
Title
:
Video Digitization at the Austrian Mediathek

Author:
Lewetz, Herman

Author affiliation:
Austrian Mediathek

Journal title:
I
ASA jornal

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
36

Article accession no:
LI04810


Abstract:

In September 2009
Austria

Mediathek launched a project to digitize and publish
online some online 10,000 full
-
length recording over a three


year period.

The
misfortune
was that in the proposal for this project someone had
clamed

2000 of these to be video
recordings. This meant that Herman Lewetz of Austian Mediathek had to start with what he
had so

far successfully postponed: Video digitization.
This article d
escribes

the digitization
project, including the requirement,
alternative

formats,
and open

source

solutions. The project
workflow alternative format for long

term video preservation and notes that there is a
system available as open source software that
can deal with

a huge number of video formats,
including this third alternative, and that helps to organize the complete workflow from
digitizing through analysis and documentation to archiving.


Keywords:
Video Digitization, open source software


(43
)
Tit
le:

A new system for the Surveillance of Analogue Playback Devices

Author:
Meyer, Timo & Houpert

Author affiliation:
Germany

Journal title:
IASA
Journal

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
36

Article accession no:
LI04811


Abstract
: When large amoun
t of analogue sound carries need to be digitized, a significant
improvement of quality surveillance as well as time savings can be
achieved

by the use of
modern technology, especially when collection are recorded in standard formats and if they
are of most
ly homogenous technical quality. Due to reason of cost and effort,
the unique

media of
adieu

visual heritage can be
transferred

only once. Thus, precise and efficient
quality assurance
actions are

crucial. Detection of
transfer
-
related errors is of high pr
iority
during mass
digitization,

because where such errors
occur;

the technical quality

of the
archives file is reduces compared to the physical carrier. This article shows to optimized
existing method of quality assurance by employing a new system which h
elps to ensure the
integrity of the signal path by automatically evaluating reference recordings.


Keywords:
Digitization, Analogue Playback
Devices (
sound)



(44
)
Title
:
Digitization of
Historical

Newspaper from the perspective of Automated Text
-
and
Struc
ture
-

Recognition (
OCR)

Author:
Muhlberger, Gunter

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
58 & 1

Article accession no:
LI04812


Abstract
:

OCR recognition is a key technology which can not be circumvented when
systematically digitizing historical newspap
er. Although often
achieving

a word accuracy of
only 80% or less for newspapers.

Of the 129
th

and early 20
th

century, these imperfect files
nevertheless provide a basis for a number of interesting application
s
-

from full
-
text searching
to indexing by searc
h engines and online correction by users. However, in comparision to
traditional digitization project, the use of OCR requires a fundamental change of thinking
during the project planning, the design of the workflow, the implementation of quality
control,
and in the designing of long
-
term preservation and presentation of digitizrd material
on the Internet.


Keywords
:
Digitization newspaper, OCR



August


(45
) Title
:

From Teacher to Learner to User: Developing a Digital Stewardship Pedagogy



Author:
Bastian
*

Author affiliation:

Graduate school of library and Information science, Boston


Journal title:
Library Trend

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
59 & 4

Article accession no:
LI05423


Abstract
:

Addressing how the education of the library, archival,

and museum professional
influences the way in which practitioners incorporate technology into user service
environments, this article focuses on digital stewardship as a developing pedagogy. Digital
stewardship encompasses, but is not limited to, the crea
tion, maintained, preservation,
dissemination and exhibition of a trusted body of digital information for current and future
use. Pedagogy in this emerging area offers opportunities for experimentation and innovation
that should have an impact on the abili
ty of practitioners to interact with users and on the
ways that users can become involved with and integrated into the construction of digital
stewardship activities. The author explores how this pedagogy can be applied in the
classroom, in the laboratory,

and in internship.


Keywords:
Digital Stewardship , Pedagogy


(46
)
Title
:
Implementing Mets,MIxand DC for Sustaining
Digital preservation


Author:
Chen. Mingyu &b Reilly, Michele

Author affiliation:
University of Houston Libraries

Journal title:
Journal
of libray Meta data

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
11 & 2

Article accession no:
LI05424


Abstract
: The
University

Of

Houston

Digital
Library (
UHDL) provides access to collection
of digital materials related to the institutional memory of the uni
versity and to areas
connected to its teaching, research, and cultural mission. Recently, a
Varity

of image archives
have
been

processed and preserved. This article demonstrates the development of
preservation metadata strategies at UHDL and the preservati
on of Metadata Encoding
Transmission standard(MET
S) record generated from and NISO
Meta

data

for Image in
XML schema (MIX) technical metadat
a using two open source softwar
e
tools

( JHOVE and
7train).


Keywords:
University Of Houston Digital Library (UHDL,

Image archives, Metadata
preservation, XML Schema


(47
)
Title:

Road tripping Down the Digital preservation Hitting Part I: Hitting the Road


Author:
Colati, Jessica Branco & Colati, Gregory

Author affiliation:

Journal title:
Journal of electronic Resour
ces librarianship

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
23 & 1

Article accession no:
LI05426


Abstract:

In the
Inaugural columns
, the author introduce peter palmer,
a librarian

at
Bellaluna University who is being tasked with manage library and univers
ity digital content.
In this column, peter is going task of managing digital record that the university archivist had
the from various university offices, inc
luding photo, video. The file had specific access
restrictions that needed
to preserve

as well.

H
e had been using a combination of backed
-
up
network excel spreadsheet, and the library ILS system, but he knew needed a more robust
system to keep track of but also to maintain the digital asset over time. As he researched the
problem, he learned needed t
o curate the digital content. The article gives an overview digital
Curation as well as information on migration and preservation.


Keywords:

Digital content, archives, Digital curation, Bellaluna University


(48
)
Title:

Benign Neglect: Develop Rafts for D
igital Content

Author:
DeRidder, Jody l

Author affiliation:
University of Virginia

Journal title:
Information Technology and

library science

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
30 & 2

Article accession no:
LI5427


Abstract:

Clifford Lynch delivered
a keynotes speech at the Archiving2 ference held in
Arlington, Virginia, in which he
argued the

there to develop a benign neglect model for
digital preservation, one as much content as possible is stored in whatever manner hopes of
there someday being en
o
ugh resources to more properly i
t.
This model

acknowledges

that
resou
rces are currently limited to t
he growing quantities of digital content that have to be
stored. Despite serious efforts to create standards and method for best implementation is
problemat
ic for many of those who
are develop

hosting digital content. In contrast others of
the digital movement have been stating for years that
being

neglect is not a solution for
digital material.
The amount

of content that never deposited into archives and the

expanding
vari
e
ty of formats

that

are unsupported are overwhelming the ability of
depositor’s

content
for preservation.


Keywords
:
Digital content, Digital preservation
,


(49) Title:

A study on the Apprisal Criteria
of

Archival Values for Electronic Reco
rds

Author:
Lin, su
-
kan

Author affiliation:
Dept. of library sc, Taiwann

Journal title: Publication Year:
2010

Volume & Issue no:
48 & 2

Article accession no:
LI05432


Abstract
:

This research aims to study the archival value of electronic records by tryin
g to
identify appraisal criteria and contrast an appraisal
model. The

Delphi Method is adopted in
this research. The result shows that social factor

archival institute and producers of electronic
records play important role in appraising archival values of

electronic records. Particularly,
the information that electronic records provides is a crucial factor to appraise archival values
of electronic records. However, computer system and the documentation related to the
management of electronic records are no
t major factor in archival appraisal of electronic
records.


Keywords:
Archival value, Electronic resource


(50
)
Title
:
Digitizing Photos at Regional Archives: A pilot Project


Author:
Masson, Porstinn Tryggvi

Author affiliation:
Iceland

Journal title:
N
ordisk Arkivnyt

Publication Year:
2011

Volume & Issue no:
2011

Article accession no:
56 & 1


Abstract:

The
Regional Archives

in EgilsstaBFPHRA4 ENDir, the Regional Archives in
SauBFPHRA4$ENDDarkrokur and the Regional archives in selfoss applied to the alth
ing
finance Committee for money to digitize and register the photo in their respective collections.
The project will create jobs and will also be something of a
rescue

mission for certain areas
of Icelandic culture. The Regional Archives were granted 13.5
million for

the project. The
respective municipalities have also granted a substantial sum to the archives.


Keywords
:
Photo digitization, archives







Analysis part


Name of Journal

: Library and Information science Abstract (LISA)

Year



: 2011

Work Co
ver


: Technical service
-

Preservation



Month cover


: January to August
(8

Month)

Total article


: 50


No. of article

publish

Moth wise
:


Month

No.

January

9

February

5

March

11

April

3

May

4

June

7

July

5

August

6









Fig: 1







No. of keyword use:


Digitization

28

Scanner

2

Digitization policy/preservation policy

4

Disaster

1

Archive base preservation

12

Sound Digitization

6

Microfilm

1

Photographic/ Image preservation

5

Binding

2

Metadata

4

Paper
e
valuation

2

Light measurement

1






Article Publication year

:
( According to LISA 2011)


Sl. no

Year

No. of article

1

2011

17

2

2010

22

3

2009

9

4

2008

2




TREND OF PRESERVATION

Introduction:

Preservation and conserva
tion of library collections continue to develop in response to the
overwhelming quantity of material in need of stabilization. In an environment of shrinking
financial resources for both acquisition and preservation, continued user demand for access to
col
lections places library materials at ever greater risk. In the area of rare book treatment,
there has been a trend away from full treatment except when absolutely necessary. A more
unified strategy has developed concerning the future of library preservatio
n.

Recent trends in book conservation treatment can be characterized as much by an
evolution in the conservator's approach to his or her work as by specific advances in
technology or the introduction of new materials. Several factors, some of them familia
r, have
contributed to this development. Perhaps the most familiar and constant factor is the
seemingly overwhelming quantity of deteriorating material in need of stabilization. Another
constant but recently intensified condition is lack of adequate fundin
g for preservation;
growing collections must now be cared for with shrinking institutional resources.


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