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Leaving no angle unturned with Object Viewer (Preview)

Lucy Bonner, Archivist at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, has kindly agreed to talk to us about PastView’s 360 Object Viewer. Learn how IMechE have opened up accessibility, and engaged users with their virtual archive.

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The Sandhurst Collection:  A Military Approach to Managing and Organising Data 

The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst - creating a research website of national and international importance with a bespoke PastView system.

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The National Holocaust Centre and Museum - Stories of Survival

Find out how the The National Holocaust Centre and Museum prepared their AV content for digitisation and transcription ready for their 'Stories of Survival' project.

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Celebrating 100 Years with Seymour Hotels

Celebrating 100 Years with Seymour Hotels - Digitising a century, of some of the Seymour Hotel’s vast family archive, making up well over 13,000 pages.

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Publishing the Burma Star Memorial Fund; Remembering ‘The Forgotten Army’

Read the full Burma Star case study here to discover the digital journey from highly detailed design brief to published and beautifully polished website.

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Digitising Glass Plate Negatives - Seeing the North with Sankey

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.

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National Jazz Archive - Working for the past, present and future of jazz

Learn how we solved the National Jazz Archives publishing problems with PastView

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Anne Lister meets digitisation and Gentleman Jack: capturing images and captivating thousands

The deciphered text brought the past to life in a colour and style never quite seen before

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The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh: Managing and publishing medical and institutional archives

The College Library and Archive at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is…

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Birmingham City Council - Publishing digital records and revenue generation (Phase 2)

Townsweb Archiving were consulted by Birmingham City Council because, like many authorities, they were…

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Birmingham City Council - Burial & cremation records – when the physical gets too physical (Phase 1)

Digitisation & transcription of volumes upon volumes of valuable and irreplaceable burial records…

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Naomi Korn Associates and TownsWeb Archiving partner on digitisation, copyright and data protection compliance

For those who are planning a digitisation project to ensure their material complies with copyright and data protection policies.

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