An Audio Visual Archives Reader
- ARCHIVAL MANAGEMENT
- MOTION PICTURE FILM
- STILL PHOTOGRAPHS
- SOUND RECORDINGS
- CATALOGING & INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
- TECHNICAL DATA
- DIRECTORIES OF ARCHIVES/COLLECTIONS
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- Bergeron, Rosemary "The Selection of Television Productions for Archival Preservation" Archivaria Vol. 23, Association of Canadian Archivists
- Bradsher, Gregory. Managing Archives and Archival Institutions Chicago University Press, 1988.
- Dick, Ernest J. "An Archival Acquisition Strategy for the Broadcast Records of the Canadian
Broadcasting Corporation" Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Vol 11, # 3, 1991.
- Duchein, Michael Archive Buildings and Equipment, 2nd Edition Ica Handbooks Series, Vol 6, K G Saur, 1988
- Elkington, Nancy, ed. RLG Archives Microfilming Manual. Mountain View, CA: The Research Libraries Group, Inc., 1994.
- Fortson, Judith, Disaster Planning and Recovery: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians and Archivists Neal Schuman Publishers, New York, 1992
- Fox, Lisa, ed. Preservation Microfilming. Chicago and London: American Library Association, 1996.
- Hunter, Gregory S. Developing and Maintaining Practical Archives : A How-To-Do-It Manual Neal Schuman Publishers, New York, 1996
- Leary, William H., et al. "Managing Archives and Archival Institutions Chapter 8", Managing Audio Visual Archives. Edited by Gregory Bradsher. Forward by Frank B. Evans. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1988.
- National Archives and Records Administration. Ready Access to Essential Evidence: The Strategic Plan of the National Archives and Records Administration 1997-2007. August 2, 1996.
- Ogden, Sherelyn Preservation of Library & Archival Materials : A Manual Northeast Document Conservation Center, 1996
- Roe, Donald. Archivist, Motion Picture, Sound, and Video Branch of the National Archives and Records Administration,
Staff Information Paper 21, Intrinsic Value in Archival Materials Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Service, 8601 College Park, MD 20740-6001. 1980.
- Sutton, Michael J.D Document Management For The Enterprise: Principles, Techniques, and
Applications, 369 pages, John Wiley and Sons,
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- AMIA Newsletter. The Newsletter of the Association of Moving Image Archivists. Los Angeles: AMIA, 1988- . Published quarterly.
- Archiving the Audio-Visual Heritage: A Joint Technical Symposium. Proceedings and papers from the sumposium involving the International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), the International Federation of Television Archives (FIAT) and the International Association of Sound Archives (IASA), and organized by the Stiftung Deutsche Kinemathek in Berlin, May 20 - 22, 1987.
Association of Film and Video Laboratories. The Association of Film and Video Laboratories (ACVL) Handbook, Fifth Edition. Los Angeles: ACVL, 1994.
Boston, George, ed. Guide to the Basic Technical Equipment Required by Audio, Film and Television Archives. Written by the members of the Coordinating Committee for the Technical Commissions of the International Organizations for Audio, Film and Television Archives. Sponsored by FIAF, FIAT, IASA, ICA, and UNESCO. 1991. 104 pages.
Boston, George, ed. Archiving the Audio-Visual Heritage. Third Joint Technical Symposium, proceedings. May 3-5, 1990. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Ottawa, Ontario. Published by UNESCO and the Technical Coordinating Committee [FIAF, FIAF, IASA, and ICA], 1992. 192 pages.
Child, Dr. Margaret S., compiler. Directory of Information Sources on Scientific Research Related to the Preservation of Sound Recordings, Still and Moving Images and Magnetic Tape. Washington, D.C.: The Commission on Preservation and Access, September 1993. 14 pages.
- Daniels, Maygene F., and Walch, Timothy, editors. A Modern Archives Reader: Basic Readings Archival Theory and Practice. Forward by Robert M. Warner. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Service, 1984.
- Davidson, Steven, with Gregory Lukow eds. The Administration of Television Newsfilm and Videotape Collections: A Curatorial Manual. Los Angeles. CA: The American Film Institute 1997. 246 pages.
- Harrison, Helen P., ed. Audiovisual Archive Literature: Select Bibliography. General Information Program and UNISIST, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Paris: UNESCO, February 1992. 153 pages. Composed of three parts: 1) bibliographic references arranged by subject with limited annotations; 2) an author index; and 3) a subject index. Includes sections on: "History and development of Archives:; the management of "Film Archives" and "Broadcasting Archives"; film, newsfilm, nitrate, and video "Materials"; "Preservation" and "Restoration" of moving images; "Legal Issues"; "Standards"; "Automation" in film and video cataloging; "Appraisal" of moving images; "Storage"; "Handling"; "Disaster Preparedness"; etc.
- Jenkinson, Hilary. A Manual of Archive Administration Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1922.
- Kaye, Gus, compiler. U.S. Congressman Barry Goldwater, Jr. Reports on the United States Government and the American Radio-Television-Motion Picture Industry. Washington, D.C., 1971.
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- National Archives and Records Administration, General Records Schedules. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, August, 1995.
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- Schou, Henning, for the FIAF Preservation Commision. Preservation of Moving Images and Sound. Brussels: FIAF, September 1989. 1st edition.
- Volkmann, Herbert, with Schou, Henning, eds. Preservation and Restoration of Moving Images and Sound. Brussels: FIAF, 1986.
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MOTION PICTURE FILM
- Adelstein, P.Z., J.M. Reilly, D.W. Nishimura, and C.J. Erbland. "Stability of Cellulose Ester Base Photographic Film: Part I - Laboratory Testing Procedures." SMPTE Journal. v. 101 n. 5 (May 1992), pp. 336-346.
Adelstein, P.Z., J.M. Reilly, D.W. Nishimura, and C.J. Erbland. "Stability of Cellulose Ester Base Photographic Film: Part II - Practical Storage Considerations." SMPTE Journal. v. 101 n. 5 (May 1992), pp. 347-353.
Bauer, R. W., J. L. Baptista, F. J. Ricotta, E. F. Snow, and Z. Bogdan. "An Aqueous-Based Motion-Picture Film Cleaner Ð Final Report." SMPTE Journal, v. 102, n. 6 (June 1993), pp. 518-521.
Bowser, Eileen, and John Kuiper, eds. A Handbook for Film Archives. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1991. Based on the experiences of members of FIAF and published by the FIAF Secretariat, Brussels, Belgium. New edition of a book published in 1980. 194 pp.
Brown, Harold, for FIAF. The Matting and Polishing of Motion Picture Film. Brussels: FIAF, 1992. Illustrated with 27 color photographs. Also available as an audiovisual package containing 27 slides.
Brown, Harold, for the FIAF Preservation Commission. Basic Film Handling. Brussels: FIAF, April 1985. 1st edition.
Brown, Harold, for the FIAF Preservation Commission. Methods of Copying Tinted, Toned and Stencil-Colored Films for Preservation and Presentation. Brussels, Belgium: International Federation of Film Archives, 1993.
Eastman Kodak Company. The Book of Film Care (H-23). Rochester, NY: Eastman Kodak, 1992. 84 pages. Revised and updated edition of perennial reference book on film care and preservation.
Edge, M., N. S. Allen, D. A. R. Williams, F. Thompson, and V. Horie. "Methods for Predictive Stability Testing of Archival Polymers: A Preliminary Assessment of Cellulose Triacetate-Based Motion Picture Film." Polymer Degradation and Stability 35 (1992), pp. 147-155.
Film Preservation 1993: A Study of the Current State of American Film Preservation. Report of the Librarian of Congress, in consultation with the National Film Preservation Board of the Library of Congress. Volume 1: Report (63 pages). Volume 2: Los Angeles, CA Hearing (119 pages). Volume 3: Washington, D.C. Hearing (133 pages). Volume 4: Submissions (389 pages). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1193.
Fordyce, C. R. "Motion-Picture Film Support, 1889-1976: An Historical Review." Journal of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), vol. 85, 1976, pp. 493-495.
Gooes and Bloman. "An Inexpensive Method for Preservation and Long-Term Storage of Color Film." SMPTE Journal, 92:12 (December 1983), pp. 1314-1316.
Image Permanence Institute. The IPI Storage Guide for Acetate Film. Rochester, NY: Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1993. Includes a booklet, graph, table, and slide wheel.
International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF). Handling, Storage and Transport of Cellulose Nitrate Film. Brussels, Belgium: FIAF, December 1991.
International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF). International Survey of Printing Machines. FIAF Preservation Commission Project No. 10. Brussels, Belgium: FIAF, 1993.
Journal of Film Preservation. Brussels, Belgium: Internatinal Federation of Film Archives, 1993- . Published twice per year.
Karnstadt, H., V. Opela, Dr. G. Poliakowski, and D. Rozgonyl. Handling Preservation and Storage of Nitrate Film. Prepared by the East European Sub-Commision of the FIAF Preservation Commission. Brussels, Belgium: FIAF, 1st edition, April 1986. 18 pages.
Karr, Lawrence F. "Film Preservation: Why Nitrate Won't Wait." IATSE Official Bulletin, (Summer 1972).
Karr, Lawrence F., ed. Proceedings: Conference on the Cold Storage of Motion Picture Films. Washington, DC: The American Film Institute and Library of Congress, 1980.
Lee, William E. and Charleton C. Bard. "The Stability of Kodak Professional Motion-Picture Film Bases." SMPTE Journal (November 1988), pp. 991-14.
Noble, Richard. Archival Preservation of Motion Pictures: A Summary of Current Findings. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History, Technical Leaflet 126, 1980.
Manchester Polytechnic. "A Comparison of the Archival Stability of Cinematograph Film Aged in Metal and Polymeric Cans." Report prepared by the Manchester Polytechnic, Department of Chemistry, 1992.
Patterson, Richard. "The Preservation of Color Films." American Cinematographer, (July/August 1981).
Redefining Film Preservation: A National Plan. Recommendations of the Librarian of Congress in consultation with the National Film Preservation Board. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, August 1994. 79 pages.
Schou, Henning, ed. FIAF Preservation Commission Technical Manual. Brussels: FIAF, [ongoing loose leaf]. Available from the International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), rue Franz Merjay 190, 1180 Brussels, Belgium.
Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers. "Proposed SMPTE Recommended Practice, RP 131: Storage of Motion-Picture Film." SMPTE Journal, v. 103 n. 3 (March 1994), pp. 201-205.
Socrates de Oliveira, Jaoa. "Acetate or Polyester? Mechanical Properties and Indicators of Film Stability." FIAF Bulletin No. 46 (April 1993), pp. 39-47.
Volkmann, Herbert, ed. The Preservation and Restoration of Colour and Sound in Films. Brussels: FIAF, 1977.
Wilhelm, Henry with contributing author Carol Brower. The Permanence and Care of Color Photographs: Traditional and Digital Color Prints, Color Negatives, Slides, and Motion Pictures. Grinnell, Iowa: Preservation Publishing Company, 1993. 744 pages.
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- Adelstein, Peter Z. "History and Properties of Film Supports". In Proceedings of Conservation in Archives, International
Symposium, Ottawa, Canada, May 0-12, 1988, 89-101. Paris: International Council on Archives, 1989.
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Nitrate Base Films". Paper presented at the 132nd SMPTE Technical Conference and Equipment Exhibit, October 13-17, 1990. New York: Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers. In Press.
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- Smolian, Steven. "Preservation, Deterioration and Restoration of Recording Tape." ARSC Journal Vol. 19:2-3, 1987.
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- American Archivist, The. Special section: "Standards for Archival Description: Background Papers." The American Archivist, v. 53 n. 1 (Winter 1990). U.S. Practice
- Ashley, Lowell E. Ed. Cataloging Musical Moving Image Material : A Guide to the Bibliographic Control of Videorecordings and Films of Musical Performances and Other Music Music Library Association,
- Bearman, David, ed. Archival Informatics Newsletter/Technical Reports. Available from Archive and Museum Informatics, 5600 Northcumberland Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15217.
- Bell-Gam, Ruby A. "Problems With the Basis for the Title Main Entry of Motion Pictures According to the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules." Cataloging and Classification Quarterly, v. 13 n.2 (1991), pp. 87-117.
- Black, Sharon. Thesaurus of Subject Headings for Television: A Vocabulary for Indexing Script Collections. Oryx Press, 1990.
- Bureau of Canadian Archivists, Planning Committee on Descriptive Standards Rules For Archival Description Ottawa, 1990. Canadian National Standard
- Bureau of Canadian Archivists, Developing Descriptive Standards: A Call To Action Occasional Paper No.1, Ottawa, 1987.
- Byrne, Deborah J. Marc Manual: Understanding and Using MARC Records. Englewood, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited, Inc., 1991. 260 pp. U.S. Practice
- Cook, Michael. Manual of Archival Description GFreat Britain, Gower Publishing Co., 1989. British Practice
- Crawford, Walt. MARC for Library Use: Understanding the USMARC Formats. White Plains, NY, and London: Knowledge Industry Publications, Inc., 1984. U.S. Practice
- Evans, Linda J., and Maureen O'Brien Will. MARC For Archival Vidual Materials: A Compendium of Practice. Chicago: Chicago Historical Society, 1988. U.S. Practice
- Gartenberg, Jon. Glossary of Filmographic Terms. Brussels: International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), 1989, 2nd enlarged edition.
- Gebauer, Dorothea, compiler, and Harriet W. Harrison, editor. Bibliography of National Filmographies. Brussels, Belgium: International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), 1985.
- Gorman, Michael, and Paul W. Winkler. Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, Second Edition [AACR2]. Chicago: American Library Association, 1978. Available from American Library Association, 50 East Huron Street, Chicago, IL 60611.
- Harrison, Harriet W., compiler and editor, for the Cataloging Commission of the International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF). The FIAF Cataloging Rules for Film Archives. Film-Television-Sound Archive Series: Volume 1. Munich/London/New York/Paris: K.G. Saur, 1991.
- Hensen, Wendy White., compiler Archival Moving Image Materials : A Cataloging Manual Library of Congress,
Washington, DC. June 1984 U.S. Practice
- Intmer, Sheila S. and William E. Studwell Subject Access to Films and Videos Soldier Creek Press
- International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), Cataloging Commission. Film Cataloguing. New York: Burt Franklin, 1979.
- Kesner, Richard, and Lisa Weber. Automating the Archives: A Beginners Guide. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 1991. 8 pp U.S. Practice.
- Library of Congress, Automated Systems Office. MARC Formats for Bibliographic Data. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1980- [looseleaf for update]. U.S. Practice
- Library of Congress: Authorities: A MARC Format. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, Automated Planning and Liaison Office, 1st edition, 1981- [looseleaf for update]. U.S. Practice
Maillet, Luciene. Subject Control of Film and Video: A Comparison of Three Methods. ALA Studies in Librarianship, 11. Chicago and London: American Library Association, 1991. 146 pp.
Matters, Marion, ed. Automated Records and Techniques in Archives: A Resource Directory. Chicago, Society of American Archivists (SAA), 1990. U.S. Practice
Moulton, Lynda W. Databases for Special Libraries: A Strategic Guide to Information Management. New York: Greenwood Press, 1992. 333 pp.
Olson, Nancy B., edited by Edward Swanson. Cataloging Motion Pictures and Videorecordings. Lake Crystal, MN: Soldier Creek Press, 1991.
Phoenix Systems. Considerations in Selecting Computer Systems. 1989. Available from: Phoenix Systems, Inc., 1700 North Moore Street, Suite 1705, Arlington, VA, 22209.
Smither, Roger, for the FIAF Cataloging Commission. Evaluating Computer Cataloguing Systems: A Guide for Film Archivists. Brussels: International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), 1988.
Smither, Roger, for the FIAF Cataloging Commission. Third FIAF Study on the Usage of Computers for Film Cataloguing: FIAF Computerisation Survey 1989/90. Brussels: International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), April 1990.
Walch, Victoria Irons. Standards for Archival Description: A Handbook. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 1993. 325 pages. Guide to 85 standards (and the organizations that developed them), including USMARC formats, cataloging rules, thesauri, and standards for automated systems. U.S. Practice
White-Henson, Wendy, compiler. Archival Moving Image Materials: A Cataloging Manual. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division, 1984. Available through the Catalog Distribution Service of the Library of Congress. U.S. Practice
Whyde, John S. "Issues in the Cataloging of Commercially Available Videocassettes of Television Programs." Cataloging and Classification Quarterly, v. 13 n. 2 (1991), pp. 31-50.
Yee, Martha. "Subject Access to Moving Image Materials in a MARC-Based Online Environment." In Tony Peterson, ed.: Beyond the Book: Extending MARC for Sunject Access, pp. 97-116. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1991. U.S. Practice
Yee, Martha, compiler. Moving Image Materials: Genre Terms. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, Cataloging Distribution Service, 1988. Compiled for the National Moving Image Database (NAMID) Standards Committee, National Center for Film and Video Preservation, Los Angeles.
Yee, Martha M., and Raymond Soto. "User Problems with Access to Fictional Characters and Personal Names in Online Public Access Catalogs." Information Technology and Libraries, v. 10 n. 1 (March 1991).
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- American Society of Cinematographers. American Cinematographer's Manual. Los Angeles: ASC, 1930.
- ANSI/AIIM MS23-1983 (or more current) Practice for Operational Procedures/Inspection and Quality Control of First-Generation, Silver-Gelatin Microfilm of Documents AIIM National Standard
- ANSI/AIIM MS45 Recommended Practice for Inspection of Stored Silver Gelatin Microforms for Evidence of Deterioration.AIIM National Standard
- Belton, John. Widescreen Cinema. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1992. 300 pages.
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- Fielding, Raymond, ed. A Technological History of Motion Pictures and Television. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1967.
- Haines, Richard W. Technicolor Movies: The History of Dye Transfer Printing. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 1993. 168 pages.
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- Hummel, Rob. "The Widescreen: How Wide the Width." Special Report on Film Technology. The Perfect Vision, v.3, n.11 (Fall 1991), pp. 36-43. History and comparison of film aspect ratios.
- Jackson-Wrigley, M., and Eric Leyland/ The Cinema: Historical, Technical and Bibliographical. London: Grafton and Co., 1939.
- Jones, Virginia A., CRM.Handbook of Microfilm Technology and Procedures, 5th edition QP Publishing, Crestview, FL, June, 1998.
- Katz, Ephraim. The Film Encyclopedia. Second ed. New York: Harper Perennial Publishers, 1994.
- Limbacher, James L. Four Aspects of the Film. Rochester: Eastman Kodak, 1983.
- Ryan, R. T. A History of Motion Picture Color Technology. London and New York: Focal Press, 1977.
- Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE). Milestones in Motion-Picture and Television Technology: The SMPTE 75th Anniversary Collection, 1916-1991. White Plains, NY: SMPTE, 1991.
- Spottiswoode, R., ed. gen. The Focal Encyclopedia of Film and Television Techniques. London and New York: Focal Press, 1978.
- Wheeler,Leslie James Principles of cinematography :a handbook of motion picture technology, 3rd ed. London: Fountain, 1963
Wysotzky, Michael Z. Widescreen Cinema and Stereophonic Sound. New York: Communications Arts Books, 1971.
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ARCHIVES / COLLECTIONS
Beauclair, René, ed., with the assistance of Nancy Goldman. International Directory of Film and TV Documentation Collections. Fourth edition. London: International Federation of Film Archives, 1994. 220 pages.
British Universities Film and Video Council. Researchers Guide to British Film and Television Collections. Fourth edition. London: BUFVC, 1993. 240 pages.
Gell, Richard, Elizabeth Scheines, Phillip Kadish, and Richard Prelinger, eds. Footage: The Worldwide Moving Image Sourcebook. New York: Second Line Search, Inc., 1997. 1098 pages. Also available on CD-ROM.
Godfrey, Donald G., compiler. Reruns on File: A Guide to Electronic Media Archives. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, 1992. 322 pp. A new version of Godfrey's Directory of Broadcast Archives (1983); information on over 170 television/radio collections in the U.S. and Canada.
International Federation of Television Archives (FIAT). Guide to Audiovisual Archives. Fifth edition. Helsinki, Finland: YLE TV Archives for FIAT, August 1994. 165 pp.
Klaue, Wolfgang, ed. World Directory of Moving Image and Sound Archives. Munich/New Providence/London/Paris: K. G. Saur, 1993. 192 pages. Volume 5 in the Film Television Sound Archives Series. Lists 577 archives alphabetically by city within 97 countries.
Magliozzi, Ronald Sl, editor and compiler. Treasures from the Film Archives: A Catalog of Short Silent Fiction Films Held by FIAF Archives. Metuchen, NJ, and London: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1988. 834 pages.
Prelinger, Richard, and Celeste R. Hoffnar, eds. Footage 89: North American Film and Video Sources. New York: Prelinger Associates, Inc., 1989. 795 pages.
Prelinger, Richard, ed. Footage 91: North American Film and Video Sources. New York: Prelinger Associates, Inc., 1991. 246 pages. Supplement to Footage 89 containing updates, corrections, additions and many new entries. Also available on CD-ROM.
Rowan, Bonnie G., and Cynthia J. Wood. Scholars' Guide to Washington, D.C., Media Collections. Washington, D.C.: The Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 1994; Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994.
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- Eyles, Alan, and David Meeker, eds. Missing, Believed Lost: The Great British Film Search. London: British Film Institute, 1993. 128 pages.
- Geller, S.B. Care and Handling of Computer Magnetic Storage Media. NBS Special Publication 500-101. Washington,
D.C.: Institute for Computer Sciences and Technology, National Bureau of Standards, 1983.
Handman, Gary P., ed. Video Collection Development in Multi-Type Libraries: A Handbook. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994. 496 pages.
Houston, Penelope. Keepers of the Frame: The Film Archives. London: British Film Institute, 1994. 179 pages.
Johnson, Dr. Steve. Appraising AV Media: A Guide for Attorneys, Trust Officers, Insurance Professionals and Archivists in Appraising Films, Video, Photographs, Records and Other Audiovisual Assets. Washington, D.C.: Copyright Information Services/AECT, 1993. 128 pages.
- Mallinson, J.C. "On the Preservation of Human and Machine Readable Records. " International Technology and Libraries. (March 1988)
McKee, Gerald. Film Collecting. South Brunswick and New York: A. S. Barnes & Co., 1978. 224 pages.
Oakley, Robert L. Copyright and Preservation: A Serious Problem in Need of a Thoughtful Solution. Washington, DC: The Commission on Preservation and Access, 1990.
- Olson, Nancy B. "Hanging Your Software Up to Dry." College and Research Libraries News 47:10 (November 1986).
Patterson, L. Ray, and Stanley W. Lindberg. The Nature of Copyright: A Law of Users' Rights. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1991. 274 pages.
- "Practice Safe Computing." in SpeciaList, The Newsletter of Special Libraries Association, Vol. 13 (No. 7) July 1990.
Reimer, Chris R., and Milton R. Shefter. Fire Suppression Update Preprint No. 135-91 of paper presented at the 135th SMPTE Technical Conference, October 29 November 2, 1993, Los Angeles.
- Ritchie, W. Mark The Use And Abuse of Audio Visual Archives, The Compilation Film.
Paper presented at the Archives Association of Ontario, Who Owns Our Heritage Conference, Queen's University, Kingston, June 1992
- Ritchie, W. Mark Sound Recordings and Moving Images in the Archives, Management Issues .
Lecture presented to the Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences, University of Western Ontario, London. November 1997
- Ritchie, W. Mark e-Content: Exploiting Electronic Content in the Archives..
Lecture presented to the Information Technology Program, Fanshawe College, London. March 1998
Saintville, Dominique, ed., in association with the International Federation of Television Archives (FIAT). Panorama of Audiovisual Archives: A Contribution to the Development of International Film and Video Archive Practice. London: FIAT/BBC Data Publications, 1986.
Semonche, Barbara P., ed. News Media Libraries: A Management Handbook. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1993. Includes chapter on television news libraries by Jeannette Kopak of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Slide, Anthony. Before Video: A History of Non-Theatrical Film. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1992. 192 pages.
Slide, Anthony. Nitrate Won't Wait: A History of Film Preservation in the United States. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1992. 272 pp. The first book-length overview and critical history of film archiving in the U.S. Examines various preservation processes and histories of the major U.S. film archives.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, General Information Programme and UNISIST. Legal Questions Facing Audiovisual Archives. Paris: UNESCO, March 1991.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, General Information Programme and INISIST. Curriculum Development for the Training of Personnel in Moving Image and Recorded Sound Archives. Paris: UNESCO, 1990.
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