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Short Courses

The Archiving Conference typically offers about a dozen courses on technical subjects of interest to the community. The course program will be listed here when it is available. In the interim, please see the list of courses offered at Archiving 2019, which was held in Lisbon in May.

Do you have an idea for a course? 

If it's a course you want to teach, please use the Universal Short Course Proposal Form.  If you have ideas for courses you'd like to take, please contact the Archiving 2020 Short Course Chairs Steffen Hankiewicz and Anne Mason via archiving@imaging.org we'd love to hear from you.

Propose a Course

Courses Offered at Archiving 2019

Number Title Instructor
SC2A Advanced Concepts in Color Measurement David R. Wyble
SC4B Data Compression Formats for Digital Archiving Christoph Voges
SC3C End-to-End Digitization Workflow: Goobi-to-Go for New Steffen Hankiewicz and Jan Vonde
SC4A Intro. to Color Management for Cultural Image Capture Don Williams and Peter Burns
SC1A Introduction to Color Measurement for Archiving David R. Wyble
SC1B Introduction to Digital Image Processing Christoph Voges
SC1D Introduction to IIIF Peter Fornaro
SC1C JHOVE 101: Open Source File Format Validation Martin Wrigley
SC2C Quality Assurance Workflows for Digitization Projects Martina Hoffman
SC3A Scanner & Camera Imaging Performance: Ten Commandments Peter Burns and Don Williams
SC3B Spectral Image Processing Fenella G. France and Meghan Wilson
SC2B Spectral Imaging and Technical Aspects Fenella G. France and Meghan Wilson
W4D Workshop Echoes Walther Hasselo and Olav Kwakman

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