雖然有聲紀錄在保存人類文化過程中扮演重要角色，但卻往往受到忽視，加上有聲 紀錄媒體在處理、保存與提供應用方面都比紙本資料更為複雜，導致有聲紀錄未受到應 有的重視。 但有聲紀錄留存之音樂或是談話內容，可喚起個人或團體的共同記憶，成為記憶當 代生活與文化的重要資產。有聲紀錄更是知識傳承者，過去的有聲紀錄可成為建構歷史 過程的基礎，有助於激盪產生新知識。但過去對於有聲紀錄的忽視，讓這些珍貴的文化 資產，不僅散逸於非專業典藏機構，也同時暴露在保存的風險中。文化典藏機構的職責 是將有價值資訊妥善留存供後代使用，國內對於有聲紀錄的管理有待關心。 本研究希望藉由調查瞭解現有典藏機構如何保存這些唯一性文化資產，並探究這些 文化資產的徵集、編目、典藏、數位化與檢索應用情形及其合作概況，透過對於資源分 布的瞭解，不僅有助於形成館藏發展政策，也有助於制訂保存策略，建立整體資源典藏 的優先考量。 故本研究範圍是以具有獨特性與文化價值之有聲紀錄為探討重點，研究調查採質性 訪談與量化問卷方式施行，第一年首先以問卷調查具有有聲紀錄典藏特色之文化機構為 調查對象，以問卷分析瞭解整體資源分布及其典藏管理情形，繼而採深度訪談瞭解代表 性典藏機構目前管理作業之瓶頸；第二年研究重點是對於兩個典藏機構個案進行深入分 析與瞭解，以探知國內建置專責典藏機構與合作建置聯合目錄之可行性，並透過焦點座 談蒐集意見以及凝聚共識。 最終期許藉由本調查研究結果，有助於瞭解國內機構典藏有聲紀錄資源特色與管理 問題，並借鏡國外重要典藏機構對於有聲紀錄管理與數位服務發展經驗，提出我國有聲 紀錄管理與數位合作之未來發展建議。 Despite the fact that sound recordings play a vital role in the preservation of cultural heritage, they are very often neglected. Sound recordings are much more complex and expensive to handle, preserve and provide access in comparison to paper archives affect they have not received the same attention as paper based records. Sound archives are a holding of music and spoken which remind the common memory becoming an integral component of contemporary life and culture. Sound archives are also a knowledge generator, because the archives may become the foundation for constructing the public history. They are contributive for helping to stimulate the production of new knowledge. In the past, the insufficient awareness of sound recordings leaves the collections to scatter in non-specialized institutions. Most of the collections are at the risk of damage. The responsibilities of cultural repository institutions are preserving the collective memory for future generation. It is time to pay attention to the preservation of sound recordings. The aims of this research will analyze the collection institutions how to preserve these unique national heritage and investigate the situation of sound archives in terms of collection acquisition, cataloguing, storage, digitization and access. The survey will not only assist in the formulation of collection policies, but will also be useful in the formulation of preservation strategies and establishing priorities on materials to be restored. The research focuses on audio collections preserving on the institutions that are unique or valuable. The methodology combines two types of quantitative and qualitative research. The first year, questionnaire will be chosen as the primary data for realize the collection and management among repository institutions. In-deep interviews are taken to conduct with the specialist and archivist for understanding the problems of institutions. The second year, case studies of two archives, National Central Library and Taiwan Music Institute that specialize in preserving cultural heritage are sampled for analyzing the practicability assigning an agency in charge of preservation and constructing a union catalog. Focus group method helps to recognize the expectation and suggestion of collections institutions. Through these two means, this research is expected to provide an impetus and paradigms for formulating management policies and digital collaboration in Taiwan.