The conference programme will be run in two concurrent online streams, and comprises pre-recorded and live presentations, workshops, keynote speeches, and meetings of the IASA Committees, IASA Sections and IASA Board.

IASA will also offer participatory activities and a set of 'show and tell from the archives' sessions during some of the breaks between the presentations.

A preliminary programme is available (PDF) (updated 2 September 2021).

The full programme including abstracts and speaker information is now available to all registered delegates by logging into our online platform, Hubilo. You can also connect via Hubilo with other registered delegates, with official vendors and with exhibitors.

If you have registered but not seen your personalised invitation to log into Hubilo, first check your spam folder. Otherwise, please contact us to re-send the invitation.

Sessions scheduled in the Americas zone will have English > Spanish and Spanish > English translation services, courtesy of our Platinum Sponsor, RTVC.

Recording of sessions: a substantial selection of sessions at the Conference will be video- and audio- recorded and made available to registered delegates and IASA members for viewing online post-event. If you do not wish to be recorded, please contact us. You will also be given an option on the online platform at the start of each session to stop recording of your attendance.

UPM University of Putra Malaysia
NISV Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
IAS Institute of African Studies, Ghana
RTNC Radio y TelevisiĆ³n Nacional de Colombia
CCAAA Co-ordinating Council of Audiovisual Archives Associations