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National Jazz Archive - Working for the past, present and future of jazz

Learn how we solved the National Jazz Archives publishing problems with PastView

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The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh: Managing and publishing medical and institutional archives

The College Library and Archive at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is…

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Virtual Reality Tour Service – Immersive 3D exploration of your heritage spaces containing digitised items

Welcome to TownsWeb Archiving’s very new and exciting service – the creation of 3D Virtual Reality Tours

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Birmingham City Council - Publishing digital records and revenue generation (Phase 2)

Townsweb Archiving were consulted by Birmingham City Council because, like many authorities, they were…

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Celebrating World Digital Preservation Day with a WEEK of announcing digital access

About World Digital Preservation Day We have decided to celebrate World Digital Preservation Day…

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Preservica and TownsWeb Archiving partner on digital preservation

Digital preservation market-leaders Preservica and TownsWeb Archiving, digitisation and archiving specialist, have announced their new partnership.

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Case study: Creating an accessible virtual archive for the Institution of Mechanical Engineers

The vast archive of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) spans over 150 years…

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Beyond image capture - How to create a great Digital Archive

When it comes to digitisation projects, image capture is only the first (and some…

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Museum of Army Chaplaincy archive digitised & published online

We’re excited to announce that The Museum of Army Chaplaincy’s Interview Record Card collection…

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TownsWeb Digitisation projects featured in Who Do You Think You Are? magazine

We are delighted to announce that several of our heritage digitisation and archive website projects have been featured in the January edition of Who Do You Think You Are? magazine.

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