From Silver Image to Silver Anniversary
25 Years of Preservation Research at the
Image Permanence Institute
Date: October 20, 2010
Location: Library of Congress, 101 Independence Ave., SE, Washington, DC
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Background: Preservation leader James Reilly and others reviewed 25 years of research by the Image Permanence Institute (IPI) that has produced resources and recommendations now widely used to preserve a broad range of media. Applications and findings in pilot projects at the Library of Congress and other cultural institutions were discussed. Achievements include characterization of deterioration mechanisms in photographic, magnetic, and optical media; tools for assessing the condition and needs of these media; and environmental remediation.
|Approximate time marker||Topic and Speaker|
Deanna Marcum, Associate Librarian for Library Services, Library of Congress.
Charles Henry, President, Council on Library and Information Resources.
Dianne van der Reyden, Director for Preservation, Library of Congress.
|23:00||Mission and Current Directions of the Image Permanence Institute
James M. Reilly, Director, Image Permanence Institute.
|53:33||From Material Research to Preservation Strategies
Jean-Louis Bigourdan, Research Scientist, Image Permanence Institute.
|3:19:20||Standards, Testing and Digital Print Stability
Daniel Burge, Senior Research Scientist, Image Permanence Institute.
|3:59:54||Education and Outreach in Preservation
Doug Nishimura, Research Scientist, Image Permanence Institute.
|4:36:44||A Decade of Managing the Preservation Environment at the Library of Congress
Nancy Lev-Alexander, Head, Preventive Conservation Section, Library of Congress.
- Library Seeks to Build Consensus on Preservation in 21st Century, provides a summary of this event. This is a reprint of an article that appeared in The Gazette, an internal publication of the Library of Congress, October 29, 2010.