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IMPORTANT DATES
Author Deadlines
Submission Deadline 8 April
Acceptance Notification by 26 April
Final Manuscripts Due 15 May

Program Deadlines
Registration Opens mid-April
Early Registration Ends 15 May
Short Courses Begin 23 May
Technical Sessions Begin 7 June

   

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2022 Short Course Program

We are pleased to offer 11 Live and 2 On Demand short courses as part of Archiving 2022.  You may register for individual classes, take a course-only passport, or choose an All-Access Passport (courses + tech session). If you register for individual classes, take 3 or more and receive 10% off the total.

Of note:
  • Courses take place over 8 workdays, 24 May - 3 June, are scheduled within 10:00 – 15:00 NY/16:00 – 21:00 Paris. All but one class are 2 hours in duration; SC01 is 4 hours. Care has been taken to avoid European and US holidays.
  • Eleven of the courses are held live; two are On-demand. On-demand classes will be available starting 23 May. Recordings of live sessions will be available until at least 15 October 2022.
  • Courses held across more days, but fewer hours/day, allow you to participate while attending to work and other responsibilities. There are no conflicts between short courses.
  • Courses will be held in GoToTraining or Zoom.
  • Course and All-Access Passport registration options offer significant discounts on fees.

Courses by Focus

See chart below for times and course descriptions.

Live Courses

Advanced Imaging
  • SC07 Updated Advanced Imaging: Exploring Multimodal and Spectral, from Simple to Complex, Fenella France and Meghan Wilson, Library of Congress
  • SC10 New From CIELAB to CIEDE2000, Roy S. Berns, Gray Sky Imaging

Digitization
  • SC01 Best Practices for Implementing a FADGI Compliant Color Digitization Workflow, David R. Wyble, Avian Rochester, LLC and Thomas Rieger, Library of Congress
  • SC03 Scanner & Camera Imaging Performance: Ten Commandments, Peter Burns, Burns Digital Imaging and Don Williams, Image Science Associates
  • SC04 New Scanner & Camera Imaging Performance: Evaluation and Interpretation, Peter Burns, Burns Digital Imaging and Don Williams, Image Science Associates
  • SC06 OpenDICE for Digital Imaging Quality Assessment, Lei He, Library of Congress
  • SC08 Planning and Managing a Digital Collections Project, Dinah Handel, Stanford University
  • SC09 New International Standards and Why You Should Care, Alan Hodgson
  • SC11 New Digitizing Motion Picture Film, Giorgio Trumpy, NTNU and University of Zurich

Preservation
  • SC02 New Introduction to Blockchain for Cultural Heritage, Gaurav Sharma, University of Rochester
  • SC05 Digitization of Federal Records to Comply with US National Archives Regulations, Michael Horsley, US National Archives and Records Administration

On-demand Courses

Advanced Imaging
  • SC12 Integrating Advanced Imaging and Digitization into Your Institution, Michael B. Toth, R.B. Toth Associates LLC
  • SC13 Measuring, Modeling, and Rendering Surface Appearance, James Ferwerda and Snehal Padhye, Rochester Institute of Technology

 

Courses By Day/Time

  10:00-12:15 New York / 16:00-18:15 Paris
12:45-15:00 New York / 18:45-21:00 Paris
Monday 23 May
SC01
Best Practices for Implementing a FADGI Compliant Color Digitization Workflow
David R. Wyble, Avian Rochester, LLC and Thomas Rieger, Library of Congress
Tuesday 24 May
SC02
New Introduction to Blockchain for Cultural Heritage
Gaurav Sharma, University of Rochester
Wednesday 25 May
SC03
Scanner & Camera Imaging Performance: Ten Commandments
Peter Burns, Burns Digital Imaging and Don Williams, Image Science Associates
SC04
New Scanner & Camera Imaging Performance: Evaluation and Interpretation
Peter Burns, Burns Digital Imaging and Don Williams, Image Science Associates
Thursday 26 May SC05
Digitization of Federal Records to Comply with US National Archives Regulations
Michael Horsley, US National Archives and Records Administration
 
Tuesday 31 May
SC06
OpenDICE for Digital Imaging Quality Assessment
Lei He, Library of Congress
Wednesday 1 June SC07
Updated Advanced Imaging: Exploring Multimodal and Spectral, from Simple to Complex
Fenella France and Meghan Wilson, Library of Congress
SC08
Planning and Managing a Digital Collections Project
Dinah Handel, Stanford University
Thursday 2 June SC09
New International Standards and Why You Should Care
Alan Hodgson
SC10
New From CIELAB to CIEDE2000
Roy S. Berns, Gray Sky Imaging
Friday 3 June SC11
New Digitizing Motion Picture Film
Giorgio Trumpy, NTNU and University of Zurich
 
On-Demand
Take whenever you like starting May 23. Listed in this box in two columns, but not tied to a date or time.
SC12
Integrating Advanced Imaging and Digitization into Your Institution
Michael B. Toth, R.B. Toth Associates LLC
SC13
Measuring, Modeling, and Rendering Surface Appearance
James Ferwerda and Snehal Padhye, Rochester Institute of Technology

Short Course Fees

Take 3 or more courses and receive 10% discount)
Member Non-member Student

 2-hour courses (all except SC01)

 $85 $95  $45

 4-hour courses (SC01)

 $135  $150  $75

Short Course Passport
Represents 35% savings over individually taken classes
Provides access to all 13 Archiving 2022 Short Courses, live and/or recordings, thru 15 October, 2022. Student passport comes with IS&T membership.

 $750  $840 $375

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