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19-21/04/2006. Future Proof III.International scientific archives conference

Ponència a la tercera edició de l'International Scientific Archives Conference, Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg. 19-21/04/2006






Introduction to the Conference

Sebastien Soubiran, University Louis Pasteur of Strasbourg
Peter Harper, NCUACS, University of Bath



French Overview




What policy for preserving the archives of research laboratories?


Odile Welfelé


The beginnings of IRSN's archives management


Sandrine Clerc



The first step in records management at INRA's centres located in Paris and its region


Fanny Audous

French provincial observatories and their scientific archives


Francoise Leguet-Tully, Observatoire de Nice

Current projects and initiatives in Europe and beyond




Henri Poincare Online: A concrete example of Virtual Archives


Scott Walter


The preservation of archives and records produced by scientific institutions in Rio de Janeiro: an overview


Celina Soares de Mello e Silva

Stockholm Swedish Solid State Memories


Karl Grandin, Center for History of Science, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences



Learning from experience: reflections on scientific archives in Denmark and how to get it right the next time!


Finn Aaserud

Recent progress in scientific archives at Barcelona


Jordi Sequero


From preservation to access: the role of European research infrastructures for the development of new perspectives in historical research (history of sciences)

Ruediger Klein, European Science Foundation






Selection criteria in the preservation of scientific archives: what to keep and who should decide




From Muniment Room to Cyber Space - the Changing Nature of Archival Curation


Anne Barrett

’A heap of all that I have found?’ Criteria for selection in the archives of modern scientists


Tim Powell

Selection: a response

Menno Polak

The electronic environment: preserving and access issues




Electronic environment: the experience of a research-funding organisation and library in the digital age


Julia Sheppard

The Swedish joint digital university archive: Results from the pilot study and outline for the future


Renata Arovelius and Eli Hjorth Reksten

Continuing Persistence: The Persistent Archives Testbed Project (PAT) at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center in 2005


Jean Deken

Projects in progress: short papers




Online database of private papers from Krakow's archives


Adam Cieslak


Benjamin Haspel, Tel Aviv University Israel



E-projects at CERN


Anita Hollier


Development of online archives catalogue at the National History Museum


Polly Tucker

The archives of the Department of Human Resources of the University Louis Pasteur of Strasbourg


Karine Mikolajczak


Don’t take your work home with you!  The Hooke manuscript and the Royal Society


Joanna Corden





The electronic environment: preserving and access issues




Evolving life cycles for digital manuscripts: sketches and notes from a digital scriptorium


Jeremy Leighton John, Department of Manuscripts, Directorate of Scholarship & Collections, The British Library



Building New Audiences: Sharing Harvard's Resources Through the Open Collections Program


Megan Sniffin-Marinoff

What choices for a digitization among Ampere's 40,000 manuscript pages: Selections? Transcriptions? Indexes? Connections with published papers? With other documents? Editorial apparatus?


Christine Blondel, Centre d'histoire des sciences et des techniques, Cite des sciences, La Villette


Table Ronde and concluding remarks