Friends,

Exciting new training opportunity for those interested in digitizing important humanities documents. Below is the training information posted by Casey Cameron of the National Endowment for the Humanities to Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI).


A two-year training grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI) is providing fee-free, 4-day training classes in Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) and photogrammetry, and a two-day symposium at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2017.

Entitled “Advanced Imaging Skills for Humanities Collections Professionals” the project offers in-depth training in these powerful skills for the documentation, preservation, analysis, and digital access of materials in historical archives and humanities collections of all kinds and sizes.
The NEH grant-sponsored training classes are for collections professionals working with public or nonprofit humanities collections in the United States. Note: The application process gives priority to professionals at small institutions with staffs of 25 FTE or fewer, but some seats will go to larger institutions, and at the moment these classes are undersubscribed. Apply now!
Contact Info:

Write to training@c-h-i.org if you have questions about NEH grant-sponsored RTI training offered by Cultural Heritage Imaging.

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