Paul Conway (archivist) - Selected Bibliography

Selected Bibliography

  • Conway, P. (1989). Archival preservation: Definitions for improving education and training. Restaurator 10(1989), 47-60.
  • Conway, P. (1994). Digital preservation: Paper and microfilm go electronic. Library Journal. 119 (February 1, 1994), 42-45.
  • Conway, P. (1994). Partners in research: Toward enhanced access to the nation's archive: A report on the users of the national archives. Pittsburgh: Archives and Museum Informatics.
  • Conway, P. (1984). The Implications of digital imaging for preservation. In Preservation of Library and Archival Materials, 2nd ed. Andover, MA.. Northeast Document Conservation Center.
  • Conway, P. (1996). Selecting microfilm for digital preservation: A case study from Project Open Book. Library Resources & Technical Services 40, (January 1996): 67-77.
  • Conway, P. (1994). Digitizing preservation. Library Journal, 119(2), 42-45.
  • Conway, P. (2000). Overview: Rationale for digitization and preservation. In Sitts, M. K.(Ed.), Handbook for digital projects : A Management tool for preservation and access. Andover, MA.. Northeast Document Conservation Center
  • Conway, P (1996). Preservation in the digital World. Washington, D.C.. Council on Library & Information Resources.
  • Conway, P (1990). Archival preservation practice in a nationwide context. American Archivist, 53(2), 204-22.
  • Chapmen, S., Conway, P., & Kenney, A.R. (1999). Digital imaging and preservation microfilm : the future of the hybrid approach for the preservation of brittle books.Washington, D, C.. Council on Library and Information Resources.
  • Conway, P. (1991). Archival preservation in the United States and the role of information sources. Thesis (Ph. D.)-- University of Michigan.
  • Conway, P. (1990). Administration of Preservation Programs in Archives. A Selective Bibliography. ALIC Bibliography. Washington, D.C. : National Archives and Records Administration, Archives Library Information Center.
  • Conway, P. (1996). Selecting microfilm for digital preservation : A case study from Project Open Book. Library resources & technical services. 40(1), 67-77.
  • Conway, P. L. (1993). Effective continuing education for training the archivist. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 34 (Winter 1993), 38-47.
  • Conway, P. L. (1988). Archival education and the need for full-time faculty. The American Archivist. 51(Summer 1988), 254-65.
  • Conway, P. L. Facts and frameworks: an approach to studying the users of archives. The American Archivist. 49(Fall 1986), 393-407.

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