Here, we collect publications to help you with your digital archiving practice – making it easy for you to find relevant reports, records, tender dossiers and tech blogs from meemoo itself.
Title Publication time Type Categories

Flemish film heritage reviewed

27/10/2022 White paper Digitising

Final report on digitisation project SIRDUKE

11/7/2022 Report Digitising Digital archiving

Report on the digitisation of quarter-inch audio tapes (digitisation project 1)

8/4/2022 Report Digitising

Digitisation versus digital migration

5/4/2022 Tech Blog Digitising Born-digital material

Tender GIVE glass plates project

2022 Tender Digitising

Tender GIVE newspaper project Primeur

2022 Tender Digitising

Nitrate film tender procedure

2022 Tender Digitising

Helpdesk requests uncovered: what are they, who makes them and what are they about?

30/11/2021 Report Digitising Born-digital material Digital archiving Linked (open) data Rights & privacy Digital strategy Metadata

Report: phase 2 of our photo research

1/2021 Report Digitising

Report: getting to work with our expertise tools

16/11/2020 Record Digitising Born-digital material Linked (open) data Digital strategy Metadata

Phase 1 of our photographic research: the summary report

6/2020 Report Digitising

Digitisation wave 2 and 9: CD-DA, CD-R(W), DVD-VIDEO and DVD-R(W)

10/2019 Tender Digitising

Interim report on digitisation DV-formats (wave 7)

2019 Report Digitising

Digitisation wave 7: DV, DVCAM en DVCPRO

2019 Tender Digitising

Digitisation of Damaged Film 3

2018 Tender Digitising
  • White paper

Flemish film heritage reviewed

In this report, we look back at SIRDUKE, the project in which damaged lacquer disks were optically digitised, to save the audio recordings. For this project, which ran from November 2020 to October 2021, we worked together with Gecko, VRT and INA.
In this report we look back at the digitisation of quarter-inch audio tapes. The digitisation ran until July 2019 and was part of meemoo's first digitisation project.
At first glance, there is a strict distinction between carriers of analogue and digital audiovisual information. In practice, however, this distinction is not always clear. The word ‘digitisation’ doesn’t always cover the load and is therefore not always used correctly. In this tech blog, we will clarify the terminology by diving into history.
This tender dossier relates to the digitisation of glass plates in the context of the GIVE glass plates project Primeur. We launched this tender in 2022 and awarded the project to GMS.
This tender dossier relates to the digitisation of newspapers in the context of the GIVE newspaper project Primeur.
This tender procedure relates to the digitisation of nitrate film. We launched this tender in 2022 and awarded the project to British firm R3store Studios.
We receive more and more helpdesk requests in our virtual letterbox every year. In 2020, we counted almost 300 requests for advice from over 150 different people and organisations. But who actually calls on our services, what requests do they make, and what do they think of us? We explain everything here.
In 2019, meemoo started investigating how it might be able to organise a mass digitisation process for analogue photographic collections. This research was carried out with regard to demand in the cultural, media and government sectors.
At meemoo, we’re extremely proud of the well-stocked toolbox we use to support you and your work. In order to give organisations a helping hand with specific expertise tools, we organised a first coaching day on 22 October 2020 – with DPF Manager, CultURIze and the Digital Maturity Self-Assessment Tool taking centre stage.
Can we help our content partners with their photographic material, and how should we go about it? In March 2019, we started the initial phase of an exploratory study into mass digitisation of photo collections. The first results are now ready for you to read.
This dossier is about the tender for the migration of CD-DA, CD-R(W), DVD-VIDEO and DVD-R(W). We launched this tender in 2019.
The first step of the preparation for the digitisation of DV in 2019 is behind us. During this step, the focus was on the identification of the variety, physical aspects and the distribution of DV-cassettes. We gathered a few conclusions in this interim report.
This dossier is about the tender for the migration of cassettes of the DV-format: DV, DVCAM and DVCPRO. We launched this tender in 2019.
This dossier concerns the tender for the digitisation of damaged films (16mm, 35 mm and 8mm, super8 and 9.5mm). We launched this tender in 2018.

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