Preservation Digitisation : A Practical Seminar

UPDATE: This event has concluded. We would like to thank all the delegates who attended our seminar and we hope that everyone was able to gain some insights from our presentations.

FUJIFILM Data Management Solutions (Fujifilm DMS) are experts in managing large scale Preservation Digitisation projects involving fragile, historic artifacts.

If you’re planning to digitise Retain National Archives records then understanding the fundamentals of Preservation Digitisation will be key to delivering a successful project. As part of Information Awareness Month and Privacy Awareness Week 2022, Fujifilm DMS are providing a free Educational Breakfast seminar to provide Information & Records Management practitioners with a practical demonstration to the insights from large scale preservations scanning projects they have carried out over the last few years including the National Archives of Australia WW2 services records project.


You’ll learn how Fujifilm DMS digitise fragile and sensitive Retain National Archives documents for long term preservation, create, manage and store access derivative files and how to overcome challenges. There will also be an opportunity to answer any questions you may have.  


Date: Thursday, 5 MAY 2022

Time: Starts 8:00 AM (Arrival on-site at 7:30AM)

Location: Ground Floor Seminar Room, CSU, 10-12 Brisbane Avenue, Barton ACT 2600, Australia

Agenda & topics


8:00AM – 8:05AM

Welcome & Introduction

8:05AM – 8:30AM Long Term Preservation Digitisation Theory
Dr. Louise Curham (Charles Sturt University)
8:30AM – 9:15AM National Archive of Australia WW2 Services Records, Project Case Study & Practical Insights
Clint Watling (FUJIFILM DMS)
9:15AM – 9:30AM Questions & Answers
John Cox  (FUJIFILM DMS & RIMPA ACT Chapter Council Member)
9:30AM – 9:45AM Closing Comments and Networking
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