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Re: [ARSCLIST] history of digital audio exhibitions

There was an article in the American Archivist a few years back.  A
survey of 25 different online audio exhibits from cultural heritage
institutions.  Doesn't touch on the early history, but you may find it
interesting.  You can get the pdf here:


On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 11:42 AM, Daniel Shiman
<daniel_shiman@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi folks -- was wondering if anyone knew of any resources (books, journal articles, people I should talk to) that enumerated the "early" history (circa late '90s) of digital audio exhibitions; i.e., oral histories, historical recordings, early commercial recordings, etc. that were made available online by institutional repositories in some sort of curated fashion.
> Or, similarly, if anyone simply remembers the name/s of any early projects or initiatives, please let me know.
> As matter of full disclosure, I'm a grad student (UT-Austin, School of Information) currently working on a paper on the
> digital audio exhibitions.  Scholarly references to the early history of
> digital audio exhibition are spotty, to say the least.
> Thanks so much.  Feel free to email me off-list.
> best,
> Dan Shiman
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Timothy Wisniewski, M.L.I.S.

Visual Materials Archivist
Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
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Baltimore, MD 21209

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