Filters








3,462 Hits in 3.5 sec

Page 21 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 17, Issue 10 [page]

1984 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
FUJI microfilm’s permanence is evident in its high quality, dependability and unsurpassed archival characteristics.  ...  Things like value, permanence and performance. These precious qualities are evident in all of FUJI’s microfilms and systems.  ... 

Page 37 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 17, Issue 6 [page]

1984 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
FUJI microfilm’s permanence is evident in its high quality, dependability and unsurpassed archival characteristics.  ...  Things like value, permanence and performance. These precious qualities are evident in all of FUJI’s microfilms and systems.  ... 

Page 34 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 10, Issue 2 [page]

1976 The Information Management Journal  
ARCHIVAL QUALITY Which now raises the question — was this film, and is the film that is being generated today actually proc- essed to archival permanence, and does the method of storage really matter?  ...  Processing to archival per- manence and, 2. Storage for archival permanence.  ... 

The Digital-Surrogate Seal of Approval: a Consumer-oriented Standard

James A. Jacobs, James R. Jacobs
2013 D-Lib Magazine  
/archival acetate base film (100 years), and permanent value/archival polyester base film (500 years). 21 The idea of "permanent records" had to be modified and given a more realistic expectation.  ...  Reflection on microfilm's impact on archival values such as authenticity and permanence can help guide the profession's interactions with electronic tools.  ... 
doi:10.1045/march2013-jacobs fatcat:6s3f2axwabe4tblxb35mgzsnay

Page 22 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 19, Issue 1 [page]

1985 The Information Management Journal  
Only silver halide microfilm meets the requirements for archival quality promulgated by the Ameri- can National Standards Institute (ANSI).  ...  Preservation microfilming implies that the records to be filmed have permanent value, that the information ought to be retained indefinitely, and that the cost of preservation microfilming is warranted  ... 

Page 51 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 24, Issue 3 [page]

1990 The Information Management Journal  
Government records scheduled for long-term or permanent retention will have to be maintained in either paper or archival microfilm format.  ...  REQUIREMENTS OF ARCHIVES The state and federal archives will also develop standards for these tech- nologies.  ... 

Page 39 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 17, Issue 3 [page]

1984 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
Finding quality microfilm is as simple as calling the toll-free number below. For value, permanence and perfor- mance in microfilm, look for the gold standard. Look for the FUJI name.  ...  FUJI microfilm can't quite make the same claim, but its archival characteristics are unsurpassed.  ... 

Preservation Microfilming for Archives and Manuscripts

Janet Gertz
1990 The American Archivist  
Cooperative microfilming projects offer one way to cope with the vast amount of archival materials that need preservation.  ...  Planning the filming project is a complex process of determining staff, space, time, and equipment needs, as well as contracting for microfilming services.  ...  The rewards for the hard work and careful planning are a longlived, archival-quality microfilm whose contents are arranged and described in the manner most useful to scholars; broadened bibliographic access  ... 
doi:10.17723/aarc.53.2.d1n2662g7h882651 fatcat:gbmad66jsfbpbkc5pwzpmppv2a

Page 43 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 11, Issue 1 [page]

1977 The Information Management Journal  
Among the features of archival microfilming, as practiced by the Ohio Historical So- society are: (1) Collation (2) Targeting (3) Frame Numbers (4) Quality Control (S Archival Permanence These procedures  ...  used for archival mi- crofilming differ drastically from com- nercial microfilming in the amount of time spent preparing documents for filming and in the rigid quality control standards. 43  ... 

Page 38 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 13, Issue 3 [page]

1979 The Information Management Journal  
No further statement concerning archival qualities will be made at this time.” Now, let’s examine policies/actions of the U.S. Government pertaining to microfilming of records.  ...  Dick/Scott concludes by stating their media are designed for permanent records and is confident that System 200 File Film will be declared archival.  ... 

Page 17 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 18, Issue 6 [page]

1985 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
In complying with this requirement, the archives has operated most types of cameras, a microfilm laboratory and computer-output microfilm equipment.  ...  - MICROFILMED INFORMATION and Related Law in Utan ABSTRACT: This article deals with the state of Utah's disposition of public records under the Archives and Records Service and Information Practices Act  ... 

Page 36 of Library Resources & Technical Services Vol. 34, Issue 4 [page]

1990 Library Resources & Technical Services  
Gay Walker, ‘‘Preservation Decision-Making and Archival Photocopying,’’ Restau- rator 8:45 (1987). . Sylvia S. Y. Subt, ‘‘Archival Quality of Xerographic Copies,’’ Restaurator 8:32 (1987). .  ...  Alan Calmes, ‘*To Archive and Preserve: A Media Primer,”’ Jnform 1:15 (May 1987). .  ... 

Page 4 of None Vol. 17, Issue 5 [page]

1988 None  
The literature can be preserved by microfilm, electronic storage of images, duplica- tion on archival paper, and deacidification and other paper stabilization methods, but all of these methods have problems  ...  The cost of microfilming is high, and microfilm use is not popular with readers. Electronic storage materials are estimated at this time to have a useful life of only 20 years.  ... 

Page 4 of None Vol. 17, Issue 4 [page]

1988 None  
The literature can be preserved by microfilm, electronic storage of images, duplica- tion on archival paper, and deacidification and other paper stabilization methods, but all of these methods have problems  ...  The cost of microfilming is high, and microfilm use is not popular with readers. Electronic storage materials are estimated at this time to have a useful life of only 20 years.  ... 

Page 39 of Library Resources & Technical Services Vol. 37, Issue 4 [page]

1993 Library Resources & Technical Services  
Jim Dove, Larry Leveque, and Gordy Lair of Eastman Kodak thought the film would be suitable for archival standards.  ...  Mottice felt that unless the Kodak specification indicated that the film was for archival use, it should not be considered archival.  ... 
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 3,462 results