6 responses to “B.C. Aboriginal Audio Digitization and Preservation: call for applications”

  1. Annie Rose Major

    Just a question so in order for us to apply for this grant we have to have audios that we want to preserve?

  2. Glenn Drexhage

    Dear Annie:

    Thank you for your question. If your Indigenous community organization has audio materials on cassette that you would like to convert to digital formats, then we encourage you to apply for the B.C. Audio Digitization and Preservation Program.

    More information is at indigitization.ca, and further details will be available as of May 15. You can also contact Sarah Dupont, Program Coordinator, at sarah.dupont@ubc.ca for more information.

    Thank you for your interest!

  3. Victoria Wells

    who owns the digitized data once it is copied? Any requirements to store the data outside the tribes systems?

  4. Library Communications

    Hi Victoria,
    For specific eligibility questions, please contact Sarah Dupont, at sarah.dupont@ubc.ca.
    Thank you for your interest,
    Library Communications

  5. Darren Blaney

    We have a lot of materials that I am afraid we will lose with deterioration How do I apply?

  6. Darren Blaney

    Where do I get the forms to apply?