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Wednesday, April 3 • 3:05pm - 4:25pm
Session #4: Every Asset, Everywhere: Perspectives on Digital Asset Management

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ORGANIZER / MODERATOR : Elisa Lanzi, Smith College

PRESENTERS:

  • Howard Goldstein, HR Goldstein Consulting, Digital Imaging Strategies
  • Elisa Lanzi, Smith College, Director of Digital Strategies and Services
  • Noah Richman, SRP Phoenix, Media Librarian

 

Are you hearing the terms “DAM, Digital Preservation, and Media Repositories” more and more at your institution? As our organizations increasingly depend on digital content for all areas of business, the need for enterprise-wide digital asset management is being expressed loud and clear. While cultural institutions are just beginning to implement systems for managing and preserving assets, other media communities (broadcasting, advertising, publishing, etc.) have broad experience in this area. This session brings together panelists for a multi-point perspective on DAM and its impact on the Visual Resources community. Topics include: Digital Asset Management systems demystified; Metadata, taxonomy and DAM; and Digital Preservation. In addition, an open dialogue on VR and organizational change with DAM will be moderated by Lanzi.


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The Archivision Digital Research Library is a unique and fast-growing collection of high-quality images photographed by Scott Gilchrist, a professional photographer, architect, and former VR curator. Our library may be licensed (one time in perpetuity) and built via annual modules, representing new and on-going worldwide documentation of both contemporary and historic architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, archaeology, design... Read More →


Wednesday April 3, 2013 3:05pm - 4:25pm
Grand Ballroom, 17th Floor Providence Biltmore, 11 Dorrance Street, Providence, RI

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