Slide Librarian 2.0: Image curating in the digital age
- London College of Fashion, 20 John Princes Street, London, W1B 0BJ
- 14 June 2011 13:30-17:00
This half day event, organised by the ARLIS Visual Resources Committee, will explore the changing role of the slide librarian in the digital age. Whilst there are legal barriers to the use of images in education and the museum sector, there are no such technological barriers and it is increasingly difficult for librarians and image curators to support their users within this context. This event will look at positive ways in which we can use technology to provide images to our users.
Speakers will include a slide librarian, a copyright specialist and an academic specialising in eLearning. The afternoon will also include a workshop session using online tools and resources for image management.
This event will be of interest to slide librarians and visual resource curators and other professionals working in HE, art colleges, museums, galleries and art collections, or anyone involved in managing digital images.
If you require further information about the event, please contact Clare Hemmings at email@example.com
£45 ARLIS members
£23 ARLIS unwaged members
£55 non-ARLIS delegates
£28 non-ARLIS unwaged delegates
13.30 – 13.55 Registration
13.55 – 14.00 Welcome & Introduction from Chair
14.00 – 14.40 Session 1: Visual Resources Librarian Case Study and discussion. Speaker TBC
14.40 – 15.20 Session 2: Image use and copyright. Emily Goodhand, Copyright & Compliance Officer, University of Reading
15.20 – 15.40 Tea break
15.40 – 16.10 Session 3: e-Learning tools (presentation). Julia Gaimster, Head of eLearning, London College of Fashion
16:10 – 17.00 Session 4: e-Learning tools for image management (practical session). Julia Gaimster, Head of eLearning, London College of Fashion
Please contact Clare Hemmings by 7 June at the latest for a booking form firstname.lastname@example.org
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