It has been managed and published by the Getty since 1983. AATA Online contains over 148,000 records and adds approximately 4,000 new records each year through regular updates. The database also includes selected subject-specific bibliographies produced as part of the Getty Conservation Institute’s own conservation and scientific research projects or as part of specific collaborative projects in which the Institute is involved.
CRL member libraries invest heavily in print and digital resources to support advanced research and teaching. For these libraries, building and maintaining their own physical collections and supporting print archives and digital repositories are both mission-critical activities. CRL gathers and analyzes data to inform those activities, and provides opportunities for the sharing of expertise and best practices.
COPTR describes tools useful for long term digital preservation. It primarily acts as a finding and evaluation tool to help practitioners discover the tools they need to perform particular preservation tasks.
Connecting to Collections Care is continually evaluating resources that will be of use to smaller cultural institutions to help users readily find information on all aspects of the care and management of their collections. To make finding resources even more efficient, the site contains a faceted Resource Search tool. This tool will give the most precise results for the many hundreds of resources linked to its website.
This guide is designed to introduce film preservation to the community of research
organizations that now have collections of motion picture film. It is a basic primer
for film preservation “beginners”—professionals trained in archival studies, librarianship, museum work, or a subject field but unschooled in this technical specialty.
InterPARES aims at developing the knowledge essential to the long-term preservation of authentic records created and/or maintained in digital form and providing the basis for standards, policies, strategies and plans of action capable of ensuring the longevity of such material and the ability of its users to trust its authenticity.