Archive for 'Digitization'
Last March we introduced you to our new crowdsource video caption tool, Amara. This neat tool allows anyone with an interest in transcribing our motion picture collection to join our team and start typing what you hear! After the captioning is done in Amara, the captions are transferred back to YouTube, making our holdings accessible […]
Stories From Our Holdings: Irish Researchers Study Civil War Records from the NARA/Fold3 Collaboration
Through the holdings of the National Archives are a myriad of stories that are ready to be told, from struggle and misfortune to triumph and perseverance. In this “Stories From Our Holdings” series, we will endeavor to highlight works that have been created utilizing the tens of millions of our primary source documents, photographs, and […]
Posted by Larry Shockley on January 26, 2015, under Digitization, Online Research, Research, Stories From Our Holdings.
Ever wonder what exciting new projects the many employees at NARA are working on? The “What are You Working On?” blog feature aims to introduce a variety of NARA employees and highlight some of the exciting projects we are working on around the agency. What is your name and title? Michelle Farnsworth, Digital Imaging Technician […]
Harry Snodgrass has dedicated his life to editing, mixing, and producing sound in films. After his first foray into the business as a student at Temple University’s School of Radio Television & Film, Harry moved to Hollywood where he launched a career as a post production sound supervisor, sound editor, and sound mixer. After beginning […]
Posted by Larry Shockley on January 8, 2015, under Digitization, Films, Preservation.
Today’s post comes from Markus Most, Director of the Digitization Division at the National Archives. Based on feedback from the public and National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) staff in June and October/November of 2014, we are publishing our Strategy for Digitizing Archival Materials for Public Access, 2015-2024. We received a total of 20 comments […]
Posted by Social Media on December 29, 2014, under Catalog, Digitization.
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