Do you wonder if cloud storage is a good option for your personal digital photographs? Do you have questions about metadata and file formats? Are you uneasy about the prospects of keeping your digital photos available for yourself and your family into the future? If so, you have lots of company.
On April 26, over 570 people participated in a web-based presentation about preserving digital photographs.
The session was sponsored by the American Library Association’s Association for Library Collections & Technical Services as part of Preservation Week. A recording of the session and a copy of the slides are available on the ALCTS website.
You can read more in an article by Bill LeFurgy that also provides links to the recording by first going to http://goo.gl/5xQTQ.
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