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NEDCC SEEKS AUDIO PRESERVATION SPECIALIST
The Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC) seeks an audio preservation specialist with experience in digitizing various forms of grooved media for a six-month grant-funded position.  This is a unique opportunity to work with the IRENE3/D optical imaging system, which was developed by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and has been used to recover some of the earliest recorded sound.  (See: www.nedcc.org/audio-preservation<http://www.nedcc.org/audio-preservation>.)

The goal of the project is to launch a new service using the IRENE/3D technology, which, if successful, would lead to this position becoming permanent. The position begins 9/1/13 and ending 3/31/14. For complete information and to apply, visit: http://bit.ly/audioPr, or contact Tom Rieger, Director of Imaging Services, [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>, (978) 470-1010.

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Northeast Document Conservation Center
Andover, MA
Preserving Cultural Heritage Collections Since 1973
www.nedcc.org<http://www.nedcc.org>
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