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NEH and the Preservation and Access of Audiovisual Cultural Heritage

March 10, 2015 | By Joshua Sternfeld and Jesse Johnston

This presentation addresses the significance of audiovisual heritage, NEH grant programming that supports the preservation and access of audiovisual humanities collections, and a brief summary of the crisis of audiovisual preservation and access.  You are welcome to view the video in full, or watch it in three smaller installments below.

Part I: The Significance of Audiovisual Cultural Heritage

Part II: NEH Division of Preservation and Access Grant Programming and Audiovisual Collections

Part III: NEH Strategic Planning and the Crisis of Audiovisual Preservation

For additional information about the grant programs mentioned in this video, please visit the following information pages: Research and Development, Education and Training, Preservation Assistance Grants for Smaller Institutions, Humanities Collections and Reference Resources, and Sustaining Cultural Heritage Collections.