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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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Introducing PageExplorer from PastView

Watch our video on digitising glass plate negatives and see the beautiful results achieved in Signal Film and Media’s National Lottery Heritage funded project.

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Introducing BookExplorer from PastView

Watch our video on digitising glass plate negatives and see the beautiful results achieved in Signal Film and Media’s National Lottery Heritage funded project.

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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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