Audiovisual material is everywhere! With knowyourcarrier.com, VIAA wants to help everyone to identify it, preserve it, and have it digitised.
Step by step, we are opening up the Flemish archive to the public. Our first public collection, ‘News from the Great War’, is the biggest online database of press material from the First World War. Browse through war newspapers, trench papers and even censored press.
An image says more than a thousand words. Through our platform ‘the Archive for Education’ teachers can find audiovisual classroom material in one place. It has never been so fun and easy to enrich your lessons with image and sound. Exclusively accessible to teachers and trainee teachers.
When you hear ‘endangered audiovisual heritage’, there’s a good chance you won’t think about the CD’s in your glove compartment. Nevertheless, CD’s and DVD(-R)’s also need to be preserved. In digitisation project 9, we tackle this issue together with intern Amanda.
Every school year involves novelties, like the new faces in the classroom. Up and about our educational platform The Archive for Education, several things happened as well. A short overview: