The Association for Recorded Sound Collections is pleased to announce the online publication of video recordings of  ARSC's Continuing Education Webinars, held virtually November 2020 - November 2021.

Webinar recordings are available to all ARSC members and webinar registrants in ARSC's Aviary site*:

*Members must log into or create an Aviary account using the email address on file with ARSC in order to gain access.

*Webinar registrants must log into or create an Aviary account using the email address they used to register in order to gain access.

Or, members and webinar registrants may email ARSC Executive Director (execdir at to request an invitation to join ARSC on Aviary.

Not a member? Join now to gain access and your membership will extend through December 31, 2022.

A playlist of selected webinar recordings is publicly available here:

ARSC's Continuing Education Webinar Series includes the following programs:

"Everything is Precarious: Strategies for Navigating the Archival Job Market in 2020 and Beyond"

Presented by Snowden Becker, November 2020


"Critical Cataloging: Identifying and Dismantling Bias in Description"

Presented by Treshani Perera, January 2021

(members only)

"Indigitization: A Practical Relationship-based Approach to Indigenous Community-Based Digitization"

Presented by Gerry Lawson and Elizabeth McManus, March 2021


"Managing Your Digital Assets"

Presented by Linda Tadic, August 2021


"Archiving Hip Hop: Community-Based Approaches"

Presented by Paradise Gray, Regan Sommer McCoy, Evan Auerbach, and Manny Faces, October 2021

(members only)

"What's Up with DAT?: A Discussion on Digital Audio Tape"

Presented by Eddie Ciletti, Dan Figurelli, Kelly Pribble, and Veronica Smith, November 2021

(members only)

All webinars are transcribed and closed captioned for improved access.

In Aviary, select the Transcript tab, and check Auto Scroll with Media, to use transcripts.

Or, in Aviary's media player, select the CC option in the lower right corner to enable captions.

Thank you to all who presented or contributed, especially series coordinators Dan Hockstein and Yuri Shimoda,

The ARSC Continuing Education Webinar Series is supported by a grant from the National Recording Preservation Board administered by the Council for Library and Information Resources.

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The Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and study of sound recordings, in all genres of music and speech, in all formats, and from all periods. ARSC is unique in bringing together private individuals and institutional professionals-everyone with a serious interest in recorded sound.