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PE-258388-18
Digital Print Preservation: Education and Training for Cultural Heritage Professionals
Daniel Burge, Rochester Institute of Technology

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Digital Print Preservation Educators’ Materials (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Digital Print Preservation Educators’ Materials
Author: Image Permanence Institute
Abstract: IPI Digital Print Preservation Educators Materials are a set of instructional tools for previous attendees of IPI’s Digital Print Preservation workshops (funded recently by the National Endowment for the Humanities and previously by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation) to review and use to pass on their new knowledge and skills on this important topic to their institutional and local colleagues. Since this content is a summary of those workshops, a basic knowledge of the subject matter from having attended one is mandatory. Included in the set is a PowerPoint presentation and a recommended reading list. The individual subsections (such as inkjet or dye sublimation) can be taught by themselves, in selected groups, in their entirety, or with additional materials provided by the instructor as desired. In addition, this website (dp3project.org) provides significant additional content on this topic as well as illustrations and images that may be of use. The PowerPoint presentation summarizes the key content such as technologies, materials, sensitivities to damage, care strategies, and naming conventions. There are instructor notes under each slide (if used in presentation mode) that provide recommended commentary; however, these can be modified to serve individual instructor needs. The presentation can also be printed out in a handout layout with three slides per page and accompanying ruled lines for attendee note taking. The recommended reading list is for the instructor to become more knowledgeable on the topic, as well as for the attendees to further their study in this area. It is in no way and exhaustive list of available references, but these titles can be used to develop a basic reference library on this topic for institutions as well as act as a guide for further inquiry and research on the topic.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://www.dp3project.org
Primary URL Description: IPI Digital Print Preservation Educators Materials are a set of instructional tools for previous attendees of IPI’s Digital Print Preservation workshops (funded recently by the National Endowment for the Humanities and previously by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation) to review and use to pass on their new knowledge and skills on this important topic to their institutional and local colleagues. Since this content is a summary of those workshops, a basic knowledge of the subject matter from having attended one is mandatory. Included in the set is a PowerPoint presentation and a recommended reading list. The individual subsections (such as inkjet or dye sublimation) can be taught by themselves, in selected groups, in their entirety, or with additional materials provided by the instructor as desired. In addition, this website (dp3project.org) provides significant additional content on this topic as well as illustrations and images that may be of use.
Secondary URL: http://www.dp3project.org/resources/
Secondary URL Description: The Resources section of IPI’s DP3 Project website contains a variety of important support materials for those charged with caring for these unique materials including a FAQ, our DP3 Project newsletter archive, recommended reading, videos, a glossary, and our new Digital Print Preservation Educators Materials (graciously funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities)
Audience: Other


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