Remote Indigenous Archives Preservation and Digitisation Workshop 2015

Remote Indigenous Archives Preservation and Digitisation Workshop 2015

From the 5th to the 9th of May 2015 TEABBA hosted a Remote Indigenous Archives Preservation and Digitisation Workshop organised by IRCA and the NFSA and funded by UNESCO.
During the workshop participants learnt how to correctly digitise images, film and audio and archived for future generations.
Thank you all who came along and participated and A BIG THANK YOU to Mick Newnham from the NFSA for being an amazing trainer and Susan Locke from IRCA for organising these workshops!

These workshops will also be held at the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association in Alice Springs and at the Pilbara and Kimberley Aboriginal Media in Broome, Western Australia.

 

https://youtu.be/621NmSh_ZTI

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