Nuremberg Trials Project

The Harvard Law School Library has launched a new website, the Nuremberg Trials Project, devoted to analysis and digitization of documents relating to the Nuremberg Trials. The site will make available on the web for the first time more than one million pages of documents related to the trials of military and political leaders of Nazi Germany and other accused war criminals before the International Military Tribunal (IMT) and the United States Nuremberg Military Tribunals (NMT). The collection can be found at nuremberg.law.harvard.edu.
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Preserving the Audiovisual Heritage

On behalf of the Coordinating Council of Audiovisual Archive Associations, the Association of Moving Image Archivists is pleased to announce that the 2004 Joint Technical Symposium will take place June 24-26, 2004 in Toronto, Canada, at the Isabel Bader Theater. Preserving the AudioVisual Heritage – Transition and Access is the theme of this 3-day event, which is expected to draw 300-400 attendees from around the world.
Read more in the ica news.

Cooperation among Archives, Libraries and Museums

The four papers of section # 79. Genealogy and Local History at the Berlin IFLA conference are available as PDF on the conference website.
1. Benefits of archives, libraries and museums working together
Archives, bibliothèques et musées : les bénéfices de la coopération
RUTH HEDEGAARD (Vendsyssel Historical Museum and Archives, Hjoerring, Denmark)
2. Cooperation and Change: Archives, Libraries and Museums in the United States
Coopération et changements : les centres d’archives, bibliothèques et musées aux États-Unis
ROBERT MARTIN (The Institute of Museum and Library Services, Washington DC, USA)
3. If we can do it, so can you. The UK North Yorkshire digitisation project
Si nous pouvons le faire, vous le pouvez
ELIZABETH ANNE MELROSE (North Yorkshire Country Library, Northallerton, England)
4. Library innovation is hard work. Lessons from a Norwegian case study
Le travail d’innovation en bibliothèque n’est pas une chose facile: leçons d’une étude de cas norvégienne
BOZENA RASMUSSEN (Gjerdrum Public Library, Gjerdrum, Norway) and TORD HØIVIK (Oslo University College, Oslo, Norway)