This section identifies a number of valuable video productions that may be used for teaching or awareness raising. Contact information has been included whenever available; note that some toll free telephone numbers may only be accessible within the country identified. Many of these films related to preservation issues, which makes them useful supplements to the module in this study programme on Preserving Records.
American Film Foundation. Into the Future: On the Preservation of Knowledge in the Electronic Age. Santa Monica, CA: American Film Foundation with the Commission on Preservation and Access and the American Council of Learned Societies, 1997.
American Library Association Video/Library Video Network. Be Prepared: Security and Your Library. 1994.
VHS NTSC color videotape, 35 minutes, closed captioned content. Available from American Library Association Video/Library VideoNetwork, 320 York Road, Towson, MD, 21204-5179 US. +1 800 441 TAPE. US$130.
Archives Association of Ontario (successor to Ontario Council of Archives). The Archival Trail. Ottawa: Ontario Council of Archives, 1991.
VHS NTSC. 20 minutes 39 seconds. For information on availability contact Executive Assistant, Archives Association of Ontario, PO Box 46009, 444 Yonge Street, College Park Post office, Toronto, ON M5B 2L8 Canada. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Association of Records Managers and Administrators, and Document Reprocessors. The Inside Track to Disaster Recovery, 1986.
VHS NTSC color, 14 minutes. Basic introduction to the activities associated with disaster recovery (packing, drying and restoration, and relocation) of books, documents, microforms, and magnetic media. Available from ARMA, 4200 Somerset Dr., Suite 215, Prairie Village, KS 66208 US. +1 913 341 3808. US$47.