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Remedies for deteriorated or damaged modern information carriers / by Joe Iraci.: CH57-3/1-27-2005E-PDF
Modem information carriers encompass optical discs (CDs and DVDs) and magnetic media such as tapes (audio, video, computer) and disks. These carriers differ from traditional materials in that the information they contain cannot be viewed directly, it can only be accessed by playing the carriers on a machine. And for the carriers to play properly, they must be in relatively good condition. This Technical Bulletin discusses the myriad types of damage that can occur to modem information carriers due to age deterioration, poor storage conditions, or poor handling practices, and presents various remedies to restore these carriers to a playable condition.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Canadian Heritage. |
Canada. Canadian Conservation Institute.
|Title||Remedies for deteriorated or damaged modern information carriers / by Joe Iraci.|
|Series title||Technical bulletin ; no. 27|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: Techniques de restauration des supports d'information modernes détériorés ou endommagés. |
The catalogue number (CH57-3-1/27-2005E) and ISBN (0-660-19527-5) and ISSN (0706-4152)for the print edition have been copied in this electronic publication.
Includes bibliographic references.
Issued also in printed form.
|Publishing information||Ottawa : Canadian Conservation Institute, c2005.|
|Author / Contributor||Iraci, J.(Joe)|
|Description||23 p. : fig., ill., graphs, tables.|
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|Subject terms|| Sound archives |
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