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Through its publications and resources, AMIA's goal is to serve its membership, the archival moving image community, and the public at large. Resource Documents include: AMIA reports, papers, proceedings and past Conference programs, as well as Guidelines, FAQ sheets and Q&As. While most resources are open to all members of the field, some are restricted to the AMIA Membership.  You may find additional publications and papers here.


Theatre Presentation Guidelines

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Disaster Recovery___________________________________

Cataloging___________________________________

Film Preservation___________________________________

Local Television 

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Small Gauge Film

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Advocacy

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Education

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 Guidelines ___________________________________

Video Resources___________________________________
Cataloging

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Small Gauge

 

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 Guidelines
  • Date Code Charts for Eastman Kodak Motion Picture Film and Dupont Film
  • Shrinkage Gauge
  • Storage Standards and Guidelines for Film and Videotape
Video Resources
  • Video Q&A - Questions on Video Formats Preservation
  • Videotape Preservation Fact Sheets
  • Videotape Preservation Handbook by Jim Wheeler
Cataloging
  • Revision of Archival Moving Image Materials: A Cataloging Manual (AMIM) [1999]
  • Revision of Archival Moving Image Materials: A Cataloging Manual (AMIM) [1995]
Education
  • Education, Training and Careers in Moving Image Preservation (2000)
 Small Gauge
  • Inédits Q&A - Questions on Amateur and Small Gauge Format Film

AMIA Bylaws & Governance Manuals    

  • AMIA Bylaws       
  • Elections Manual       
  • Awards Manual   
  • Scholarship Manual       
  • AMIA Annual Reports
  • AMIA Strategic Goals and Objectives

 

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
Chairs: Carol Radovich and Regina Longo

Mission
The AMIA Conference Committee is a Committee of the Board. It is responsible for developing the content of each year's conference as well as for the planning of the annual event. In coordination with the Steering Committee, fellow committees, and the AMIA Office, this includes  scheduling conference sessions, conference events, workshops, and vendor relations.

Volunteer Opportunities
The Conference Committee welcomes individuals who are interested in volunteering their time to participate in the conference planning process. Interested individuals must have regular access to email. Committee work relies heavily upon email and telephone communication during all stages of the planning process. If you would like to assist with the work of the Conference Committee, please send an email to the AMIA Office at amia@amianet.org.

 

CONFERENCE STEERING COMMITTEE
The Steering Committee is made up of members of the Board, the Conference Committee and the office and provides a mechanism for long-term planning for the conference through discussion and recommendations to the Board. The Steering Committee is also responsible for finalizing conference streams and plenary sessions.