II Annual Conference of the International Council on Archives

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foto_girona_iniciMartin Berendse, President of the International Council on Archives (ICA), warmly invites you to ICA’s 2nd Annual Conference 2014, being held in Girona on 13-15 October. It is also the 9th European Conference on Archives and the 13th Image and Research Seminar and ICA is delighted to be partnering with these respected major Audio-visual and European Archival events to deliver a professional programme addressing such a fascinating topic.

The ICA 2014 Annual Conference Joint Programme Committee is seeking presentations on the following themes:

  • Cultural and creative industries, and strategies of collaboration with archives
  • Actions and initiatives
  • Archives and web portals
  • Access to information
  • Digital repositories and authenticity preservation in the Cloud
  • Open data projects
  • Business models for digital preservation and custody
  • 175th Anniversary of Photography

 

ICADeadline for proposals: 28th February 2014
Acceptance of proposals: 30th April 2014
Deadline for texts submission (web): 1st September 2014

 

Further information about how to register and give your presentation is available on the official Annual Conference 2014 website 

View the event published on digitalmeetsculture.net

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