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1: Development of Electronic Periodicals at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France: Digitisation of French Daily Newspapers from Mid 19th Century to 1944.
2: Les Développements en Matière de Périodiques Électroniques a la Bibliothèque Nationale de France: La Numérisation de la Presse Quotidienne Française du Milieu du XIXème Siècle a 1944.
3: 10 Billion Words: The British Library British Newspapers 1800–1900 Project: Some Guidelines for Large-Scale Newspaper Digitisation.
4: Connecting to the Past—Newspaper Digitisation in the Nordic Countries.
5: Trends of Newspaper Digitization in China.
6: IFLA Section on Newspapers.
7: National Plan for Australian Newspapers Project.
8: Time's Pivotal Point—Preserving the Past for the Future—Now.
9: Preservation of Newspapers in the International Context.
10: Canadian Developments for the Digitization of Newspapers.
11: The California Newspaper Project: Canvassing, Cataloging, Preservation, Digitization.
12: Developments of French Newspaper Publishing: A General View.
13: Selection of Newspapers for Digitization and Preservation: A User Perspective.
14: The National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP)—An NEH/LC Collaborative Program: Enhancing access to historical newspapers Release: September 2006.
15: Yesterday's News Tomorrow: Preserving Mexican Newspapers, 1807–1929.
16: Las Noticias de Ayer para el Mañana: La Preservación de los Periódicos Mexicanos, 1807–1929.
17: Project: Digitization of the 19th Century Latin American Press: (Digitization of the Great Colombia Press: 1820–1830) Final report, May 30th, 2004.
18: Proyecto: «Digitalización de la Prensa Latinoamericana del Siglo XIX»: (Digitalización de la prensa de la Gran Colombia: 1820 a 1830) Informe Final, 30 de mayo de 2004.
19: Colombian Journalism before 1900: Collections, Microfilming and Digitization.
20: El Periodismo Colombiano Antes de 1900: Colecciones, Microfilmaciones y Digitalizaciones.
21: International Newspaper Work.
22: Newspapers in the Shanghai Library.
23: Newspapers in the Royal Library, Stockholm.
24: Daily Press in France in 2004 a Brief Introduction.
25: French Current Daily Press.
26: Making Known a National Collection of News Media in Canada.
27: Newspaper Collections and Services in College Libraries in China.
28: The British Library Newspaper Collections Development and Future Access.
29: Legal Deposit of Norwegian Internet Newspapers.
30: Newspaper Copyright Developments: A EU and UK Perspective.
31: What Has Copyright Got to Do with Newspapers?—A South African Perspective.
32: Opportunities for Newspaper Preservation and Access in South Africa.
33: Current International Newspaper Work.
34: Newspapers at the National Library and Archives of Canada.
35: Newspaper Access and Preservation in France, March 2003.
36: The United States Newspaper Program.
37: The United Kingdom Newsplan.
38: A Nordic Digital Newspaper Library.
39: Managing Collections of Newspaper Clippings.
40: Digitization of Newspapers: The South African Experience.
41: Preserving Newspapers in Namibia.
42: The Cape Town English Press Index Project (Cepix).
43: Creating a Portal of Digital Journals in South Africa.
44: The Newspaper as a Source of Information.
45: Newspapers and Copyright.
46: Microfilming of Newspapers in South Africa.
47: «CAMP» and African Newspaper Microfilm Preservation and Digitisation.
48: The Conservation Housing, Storage and (Re)binding of Newspaper Clippings Originally Bound in a Scrapbook or Album Format, Following Conservation Treatment and Repair: The Fascicule System of Single Sheet Document Storage1.
49: Current South African Newspapers with Date of Commencement.