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Managing and Working with Archival Sounds

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Key things to consider and know when working with archival and heritage sound collection.

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This session will give an overview of key things to consider and know when working with archival and heritage sound collections using the experience of managing the Unlocking Our Sound Heritage project in Scotland. Whether you are starting to create a sound archive, or trying to make them available to people, we will cover some of the challenges and opportunities associated with working sound collections and leave with some first steps to tackle any sound collection you manage.

This session will be run by Alistair Bell, the National Library of Scotland's Sound Collections Curator and Jeni Park, Unlocking Our Sound Heritage's Scotland Hub Project Manager.

This workshops will take place via zoom. Attendees will receive an invite link to the workshop the day before the session.

If you have any particular access needs we can support you with for the event, please email scotlandssounds@nls.uk

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Scotland’s Sounds is a network of organisations and individuals who share an interest in preserving access to Scotland's audio heritage.

We share knowledge about sound archive and aim to raise the profile of our rich and varied collections held across Scotland.

Visit www.scotlandssounds.org or contact scotlandssounds@nls.uk to learn more and join our mailing list.

Scotland's Sounds is co-ordinated by the National Library of Scotland and will collect and use your personal data in accordance with the National Library of Scotland privacy information, in particular the communications privacy notice.

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