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NEDCC: Digital Directions 2014 - Fundamentals of Creating and Managing Digital Collections

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July 21, 2014N/A

Portland Art Museum
Portland, OR

CONFERENCE FEES:
$499 Early-bird (through April 1, 2014)
$525 Regular
$450 Student (with valid ID)

Guided by a faculty of national experts and experienced digital collection curators, join colleagues from institutions large and small for 2 ½ days of instruction on basics and best practices for creating good digital objects, collections, and initiatives. Network with colleagues who have similar challenges, interact with faculty one-on-one, and visit one of America’s greatest cities. See you in Portland!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Administrators and staff from libraries, museums, archives, historical societies, and other collections-holding organizations nationwide, as well as corporate archivists and government records managers. The conference will benefit anyone eager to learn about digitization basics and planning and managing digital projects. The conference is geared toward participants with a beginning level of digital knowledge, as well as intermediate-level participants who want to keep up with current trends and evolving standards and best practices.

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:
Digital Project Planning 101
Digital Imaging Standards and Best Practices
Metadata
Digitizing audio and video
Building a Digital Lab
Discovery and Access Tools
Trusted Digital Repositories
Cloud 101
Funding for Digitization Projects
Collaboration
Building IT Relationships

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NEDCC: Digital Directions 2014 - Fundamentals of Creating and Managing Digital Collections

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July 22, 2014N/A

Portland Art Museum
Portland, OR

CONFERENCE FEES:
$499 Early-bird (through April 1, 2014)
$525 Regular
$450 Student (with valid ID)

Guided by a faculty of national experts and experienced digital collection curators, join colleagues from institutions large and small for 2 ½ days of instruction on basics and best practices for creating good digital objects, collections, and initiatives. Network with colleagues who have similar challenges, interact with faculty one-on-one, and visit one of America’s greatest cities. See you in Portland!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Administrators and staff from libraries, museums, archives, historical societies, and other collections-holding organizations nationwide, as well as corporate archivists and government records managers. The conference will benefit anyone eager to learn about digitization basics and planning and managing digital projects. The conference is geared toward participants with a beginning level of digital knowledge, as well as intermediate-level participants who want to keep up with current trends and evolving standards and best practices.

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:
Digital Project Planning 101
Digital Imaging Standards and Best Practices
Metadata
Digitizing audio and video
Building a Digital Lab
Discovery and Access Tools
Trusted Digital Repositories
Cloud 101
Funding for Digitization Projects
Collaboration
Building IT Relationships

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