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Important Dates
 Call for Presentations
  » Journal-first Submission 1 Nov 2019
   (w/paper in proceedings)
  » Standard Submission 2 Jan 2020
    (w/paper in proceedings)
 Final Manuscripts Due
3 April 2020
 (Standard Submission)  
 Early Registration Ends
19 April 2020
 Hotel Deadline TBD
 Conference Begins
18 May 2020
  ARCHIVING 2020 SHORT COURSES


NOTE: An updated short course program will be posted by April 15th per the move to an e-conference.


Short courses are held the first day of the Archiving Conference. Separate registration is required. You may take a class even if you do not plan to attend the full conference.

All classes take place Monday May 18th at NARA.

Track Title Instructor
Advanced Imaging
Extending the Digitization Platform: Visualizing Spectral and Annotated Data (2 hours)
Fenella G. France & Andrew Forsberg
Advanced Imaging
Spectral Imaging and Technical Aspects (2 hours)
Fenella G. France & Meghan Wilson
Imaging Documentation
Scientific Imaging and Metadata Management with the Digital Lab Notebook (4 hours)
Carla Schroer & Mark Mudge
3D Imaging
Smithsonian Open Source 3D Pipeline (2 hours)
Vince Rossi & Jon Blundell
3D Imaging
Using Blender (3D modeling software) for Optimizing Cultural Heritage Models (4 hours)
Charles Walbridge & Dale Utt
Standards / Best Practices
Scanner & Camera Imaging Performance: Ten Commandments (2 hours)
Peter Burns & Don Williams
Standards / Best Practices
PDF for Archiving: Old and New (2 hours)
Boris Doubrov
Standards / Best Practices
Best Practices for Implementing a FADGI Compliant Color Digitization Workflow (4 hours)
David Wyble & Thomas Rieger
Integration, Workflow, & QC
Quality Assurance Workflows for Digitization Projects (2 hours)
Martina Hoffman
Integration, Workflow, & QC
OpenDICE for Imaging Quality Assessment (2 hours)
Lei he
Integration, Workflow, & QC
Integrating Advanced Imaging and Digitization into Your Institution (4 hours)
Michael B. Toth
e-Records Compliance
Digitization of Federal Records to Prepare for the Transition to Electronic Records by 2022 (2 hours)
Thomas Rieger & Michael Horsley



  ARCHIVING 2020 COURSE SCHEDULE
 8:00 - 10:00 SC01
Scanner & Camera Imaging Performance: Ten Commandments
(Peter Burns & Don Williams)
 SC02
Digitization of Federal Records to Prepare for the Transition to Electronic Records by 2022
(Rieger & Horsley) 
SC03
Integrating Advanced Imaging and Digitization into your Institution
(Michael B. Toth) 
SC04
Scientific Imaging and Metadata Management with the Digital Lab Notebook
(Carla Schroer & Mark Mudge)
 10:15 - 12:15 SC05
Extending the DIgitization Platform: Visualizing Spectral and Annotated Data
(Fenella G. France)
SC06
Smithsonian Open Source 3D Pipleline 
(Vince Rossi & Jon Blundell) 
 12:15 - 1:30   Lunch
 1:30 - 3:30 SC07
Spectral Imaging and Technical Aspects
(Fenella G. France)
SC08
Quality Assurance Workflows for Digitization Projects
(Martina Hoffmann) 
SC09
Best Practices for Implementing FADGI Compliant Color Digitization Workflow
(David Wyble & Thomas Rieger) 
SC10
Using Blender (3D modeling software) for Optimizing Cultural Heritage Models
(Charles Walbridge & Dale Utt)
 3:45 - 5:45 SC11
PDF for Archiving: old and new
(Boris Doubrov)
SC12
Open DICE for Imaging Quality Assessment
(He Lei)
 

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