Yesterday was the final day for UK cultural heritage institutions to apply for the TWA Digitisation Grant, applications are now officially closed.
Last month I partnered with TownsWeb Archiving to offer free copyright surgery sessions on their stand at the Museums + Heritage Show 2018.
For any good project, the key to success lies in the planning and preparation, today I’d like to share with you a few points for consideration.
The TWA Digitisation Grant has returned for its third year and is now open for applications from UK archives, museums and libraries.
We are excited to announce that we have joined the Digital Preservation Coalition as the latest member of its Commercial Supporter programme.
During 2017 we published over 20 articles, including more expert guest blogs than ever before. Come and take a look at our most popular posts.
We have invited two glass plate digitisation experts from respected institutions, to contribute their views and their preferred workflows.
Is the aim of your cultural heritage digitisation project to make the digitised records and images in your collection, accessible online?
Oliver Rackham, OBE, was a leading historian and ecologist. His wealth of notebooks and 35mm slides are now being digitised and published online.
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.
After 49 days since launch and 110 applications later, today we announced the winners of the TWA Grant 2017! Watch the live announcement here.
After 6 weeks and over 100 applicants from cultural heritage organisations and institutions, this year’s TWA Digitisation Grant has now closed!