site.btaAudio-Visual Documents Become Digitally Accessible under Archives Agency Project
Audio-visual documents such as floppy disks, gramophone records and filmstrips are being made available through the project Development and implementation of an e-archiving system, for which a final press conference was held here at the Archives State Agency (ASA) on Thursday. The information can be accessed by anyone through registration in the e-archiving system.
ASA Secretary General Natasha Dimcheva told BTA that a studio was set up and equipped in ASA to facilitate phase three of the project. Audio-visual documents that until then were stored in the Agency and were inaccessible due to the lack of equipment can now be accessed on a computer.
The archival digitization project is implemented under the Operational Programme Good Governance, which is co-financed by the European Union through the European Social Fund. The main objective is to develop and implement an e-archiving system, to accrue the National Archival Fonds with valuable electronic records.
The project's final date was September 30, 2023.