British Library Endangered Archives Program

The Endangered Archives Programme (EAP) facilitates the digitisation of archives around the world that are in danger of destruction, neglect or physical deterioration. Since 2004, researchers working under the Programme have digitised over eight million images and 25,000 soundtracks. Archive types digitised include rare printed sources, manuscripts, visual materials, audio recordings. This continually expanding online collection is available freely through local archival partners, the EAP website and it is discoverable via the British Library catalogue.

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Coordinator. "EAP782 - Preserving nineteenth-century records in the Sierra Leone Public Archives". British Library Endangered Archives Program. Sierra Leone (2016-2018).


Program Co-Director and organizer. "The Harriet Tubman Certificate for the Digital Preservation of Endangered Archives". The Harriet Tubman Institute. York University, Canada (2018).