AMIA Screening Room is a weekly stream of conference or DAS sessions, webinars, tours, and other content for members. It’s an opportunity to see something you may have missed, or revisit a session you found interesting. Content will vary each week and the screenings will be 30-60 minutes.
The Screening Room is on demand starting at 11:00am (Pacific) and will be accessible for one week. Look for the weekly link from AMIA-Member every Thursday, or contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org for the link.
- Aug 3 – Aug 9: Public Access is Different: Digitizing The Video Access Project Collection & Finding Films & Filmmakers With Public Library Sources (2021)
- Aug 10 – 16: Preserving Projection: Documenting History, Heritage, and Practices
- Aug 17 – Aug 23: The Maturation of DAM and Digital Preservation at Smithsonian Institution (2016)Aug 24 – Aug 30: Best Practices for Small AV Archives (2015)
This two-part series is for small institutions with audiovisual collections and limited staff. Introduction is an overview of common media and formats likely to be found in mixed archival collections, with discussion of audiovisual collection management and sustainability.
- Aug 31 – September 6: Keynote: Practicing Gratitude While Wanting More from the AV Preservation Field
September 7 – September 13: The National Archives, Historypin, and WWI: Anniversaries, Apps, and Audiences
Sep 14 – Sept 21: A Conversation With The Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Centre
Sep 21 Would You Like To Save Your Game? | A Case Study (2019)