One month to go! Exactly 30 days until our 20th November 2020 digitisation grant deadline! Find key dates and details and look out for our Judges' Hints & Tips blog, coming soon!
Read the full Burma Star case study here to discover the digital journey from highly detailed design brief to published and beautifully polished website.
Capturing the content of your audio, as well as the handwritten and typed text appearing on your items, is vital for protection and accessibility. Find out more about Data Entry and Audio Transcription.
From bound volumes and glass plate negatives to pretty much everything in between, we're here and ready to digitise your content!
Herefordshire History talk about their 'life under lockdown' project and share their tips for starting a project documenting the face of COVID-19 in your own community
Our digitisation grant has seen some big changes. Read on to find out what and why we've made some important revisions this year.
With many in the cultural heritage community moving online during this unusual time, we decided to collate our top 5 tips for how to grow and engage your audience
The archive community are doing all they can to keep us engaged and motivated during this very difficult time. Keep up to date with this, our next top 5!
The archive community are pulling out all the stops and here we celebrate some of those wonderful tweets, hashtags and activities in this, our next top 5!
Virtual Reality tours are fun, informative and engaging, and, most importantly, defy our current accessibility restrictions. So we've compiled our top 5!
We are now in a period of restricted movement, which means more time at home. So we've compiled our top 5 cultural heritage resources of the day.
Watch our video on digitising glass plate negatives and see the beautiful results achieved in Signal Film and Media’s National Lottery Heritage funded project.