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5 Most-read Archives and Digitisation blogs of 2017

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.

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Guide: Sources of Funding for heritage digitisation projects

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.

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Workflows for digitising glass plate negatives: Scanner vs DSLR camera

We have invited two glass plate digitisation experts from respected institutions, to contribute their views and their preferred workflows.

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Digitisation, Contract Negotiation, Rights Management and You

Is the aim of your cultural heritage digitisation project to make the digitised records and images in your collection, accessible online?

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Oliver Rackham digitisation project: Corpus Christi College archives

Oliver Rackham, OBE, was a leading historian and ecologist. His wealth of notebooks and 35mm slides are now being digitised and published online.

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[Video] Digitisation Grant 2017 winners just been announced!

After 49 days since launch and 110 applications later, today we announced the winners of the TWA Grant 2017! Watch the live announcement here.

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TWA Digitisation Grant 2017: Applications have closed for another year!

After 6 weeks and over 100 applicants from cultural heritage organisations and institutions, this year’s TWA Digitisation Grant has now closed!

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Most-read Bereavement digitisation blog posts of 2016

As we begin a fresh year, I thought it would be the ideal time to…

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Case study: Digitising the National Holocaust Centre & Museum's collection

When the National Holocaust Centre and Museum (based in Newark, Nottinghamshire) decided to move…

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Announcing the winners: TWA Digitisation Grant 2016

When we launched our first ever TWA Digitisation Grant this year we had no…

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