IASA-AMIA 2010 conference

Hotel deals close soon, but early bird registration extended. Don't forget to register for Workshops

Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The early bird registration has been extended until the 15th October.  There won’t be an extension after this, so don't miss out on the great discounts for what promises to be one of the most excitingly informative Sound and Audiovisual archiving conferences in recent years.
The hotel booking deals with conference venue Leow close on the 8th, but if you cant make that deadline, there are other places to stay nearby.

To register go to http://www.amia-iasa-2010.com/ and follow the prompts.
The early registration price closes next week, so book soon.
Remember to book for the workshops.  If not enough people register, then they will be cancelled before the conference.  So register for one or more of the great workshops this week.

There are many great workshops at the AMIA-IASA 2010 conference: The critical issue of Low budget and Open-Source Software for Audio and Video will be run by Bruce Gordon and Alan Burdette, and the expertise of Nadja Wallaszkovits will be available in her workshop on Digital Audio Restoration. Also workshops on Cataloging and Metadata for Moving Images [Two Days], chaired by Karen Barcellona,  Digital Preservation for Audiovisual Collections: OAIS and All That, chaired by Marius Snyders and Richard Wright.  George Blood will chair a session entitled From Sound Waves to Sound Files and Preservation: Audio Digitization Basics for Paper Archivists.
See you in Philly!
Kevin Bradley | President IASA
Expect change, except from a vending machine