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GIPPSLAND WORKSHOP 6: MAKING COLLECTIONS ACCESSIBLE
April 18 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm$30 – $45
Bookings for this workshop are closed and it has been postponed until some time later in the year. We will keep our members informed as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds.
This workshop is the sixth and final workshop in a series of six workshops on digitisation and cataloguing to be held at Federation University’s Gippsland Campus in Churchill. If you wish to purchase a discounted ticket to all six workshops click here.
Objects need to be accessible, whether that is to people managing a collection, to visitors, or to the public. This workshop will introduce themes of copyright and privacy that relate to historical collections. Participants will learn how to optimise catalogue records for discovery, how to write for social media, and create digital exhibitions.
The series of 6 linked workshops (three Saturday morning & afternoons over three months) cover aspects of cataloguing and digitisation. This series of workshops is progressive, starting with basic concepts and building in complexity.
Participants need to bring their own lap-top.
All workshops are limited to 20 participants and will be led by Sophie Shilling, our digital expert. They are all to be held at the library at Federation University’s Gippsland Campus in Churchill.
Tea and coffee are available throughout the workshop however participants staying for both workshops will need to bring their lunch.
INDIVIDUAL WORKSHOPS (HALF-DAY):
RHSV MEMBERS AND MEMBERS OF RHSV AFFILIATED SOCIETIES: $30
NON-RHSV MEMBERS: $45
RHSV MEMBERS AND MEMBERS OF RHSV AFFILIATED SOCIETIES: $150
NON-RHSV MEMBERS: $225)
QUERIES: +61 3 9326 9288 / OFFICE@HISTORYVICTORIA.ORG.AU
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