What Will Preserving the Past Look Like in the Future?

Archiving historic items has always played an important role in the education of future generations. Keeping documents and images safe and intact is of utmost importance for museums, places of higher education and historical landmarks alike.

With techniques and technologies continuing to change, it is also important that the exchange of ideas and practices is had. At the Council of State Archivists/Society of American Archivists joint meeting, taking place in Austin, Texas today and tomorrow, this exchange is taking place.

Photos courtesy of Dustin Dow.

This week’s conference brings together professional archivists with the people who use their services.

Polygon is in attendance at the event, showcasing its damage prevention solutions to archivists. For more information on CoSA/SAA, click here!

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