IS&T will be holding its annual Archiving Conference 19-22 April 2016 at the US National Archives, Washington, DC.
Courtesy of Erin Allen, from her blog post, DICE-y Digitization
This Conference brings together an international community of imaging experts, curators, managers, and researchers from libraries, archives, and museums to explore digitization of our cultural heritage, and archiving.
It includes keynotes presentations, short courses, and Behind-the-Scenes tours at the National Gallery of Art, Library of Congress and the National Archives (NARA).
This map image is shown with a object-level target used for evaluation and control of image scanning at the US Library of Congress (Courtesy of Erin Allen, from her blog post, DICE-y Digitization)
Spectral Imaging of Manuscripts: Recovery of the Past and Preservation for the Future, Roger Easton, Rochester Institute of Technology and Keith Knox, Consultant
Implementing Practices that Lead to Use or Reuse of your Collections, Emily Gore, Digital Public Library of America
- Multi-spectral imaging
- Asset Management
- Preservation Formats
- Image Quality Standards and Quality Assurance
- Imaging Strategies and Workflows
- Metadata Standards and Implementation
- Color Science and Analysis Tools
Download Preliminary Programme here
Conference Registration form here