Scanning Workshop

July 2nd and 3rd, 2016. 
A workshop on practical scanning and managing collections, with a group of local and international experts and enthusiasts on the subject. 


July 2nd, 11am Scanning workshop. Practical scanning of books, photos and documents. 

Including scanning workflow, and building a new scanner after the prototype at CAMP made with the support of Tomislav Medak and Marcell Mars (https://monoskop.org/) and https://www.memoryoftheworld.org/blog/cat/tools/

Evening discussion on what we need locally, on the scanning front.

July 3rd, 11am Managing collections. With Jan Gerber and Sebastian Lutgert from Open Media Library, Sean Dockray from Aaaaarg, Memory of the World, and other platforms. 


Closing discussion on what we need on the collections front. 

Please let us know if you are interested, lunch will be served both days. The host group is about 15 people, we are inviting about 10 guests.

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EK DOZEN PAANI
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