L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation In 1996, George Eastman House established
the L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation, which
teaches the restoration, preservation, and archiving of motion pictures.
The certificate program offered by the school provides students
with a comprehensive education covering the theory, methods, and
practice of archival work and film preservation. Students work closely
with George Eastman House staff, receiving practical, hands-on training
in the maintenance, care, and storage of motion pictures.
Tisch School of the Arts' Moving
Image Archiving & Preservation (MIAP) This two-year M.A. program trains
future professionals to manage collections of film, video, new media,
and other digital works. The MIAP site contains detailed information
on the program's curriculum as well as resources, articles, news
and images relevant to students and the professional community.
UCLA's Moving Image Archive Studies In September 1998, the UCLA Film
and Television Archive received a three-year grant to develop a
new graduate study program in Moving Image Archive Studies. The
Archive Studies program is being developed in collaboration with
UCLA's Department of Film and Television and the Department of Information
Studies. This program is the one most like the traditional MLS programs
with which archivists are familiar, granting MIAS degrees. The formal
program began in the Fall of 2002.
University of East Anglia Film Archives (EAFA) Since 1990, EAFA has run a unique
Film Archiving Masters course with the Film Studies sector at the University of East Anglia.
This course is taught by David Cleveland and Jane Alvey using EAFA
resources. There are teaching visits to the National Film and Television
Archive and other UK archives. All students do a work placement
at a film archive of their choice. Graduates are now working in
film archives around the world.
(March 31, 2016) The UK Libraries Special Collections Research Center has initiated a new online requests system allowing all our faculty, students, patrons, and visiting researchers to submit requests for materials, schedule a visit, or place digital reproduction and oral history orders through a custom web-based interface.
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The mission of the Special Collections Research Center is to locate and preserve materials documenting the social, cultural, economic, and political history of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Materials are acquired regardless of format and include both primary and secondary sources; Kentuckiana is collected comprehensively. Special Collections maintains the records management program for all records generated by the University and serves as its archival repository for permanent records. As part of the mission, the Special Collections Research Center advances and supports the research, teaching, and scholarship of the University and beyond by preserving and providing access to its holdings.