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- Updated: Digitizing Plant Collections Workshop.
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Criteria for evaluating applications:. Grant application should include:. FADGI is a collaborative effort started in by federal agencies to articulate common sustainable practices and guidelines for digitized and born digital historical, archival and cultural content.
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Two working groups study issues specific to two major areas, Still Image and Audio-Visual. Updated July 15, Learn more about the initiative.
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Sample printed workflows, protocols, hardware specifications, and comparisons of software and hardware features will be distributed. Workshop sessions will focus on specific digitization content, practical application, hands-on implementation, and informal discussion. Workshop leadership is still being confirmed, but currently includes:.
Those desiring to attend this workshop should complete the application and return it to Cathy Bester cbester flmnh. For more information see iDigBio. Who: Vascular and non-vascular plant collections managers, curators, and directors who are in the planning stages or early initiation of collection digitization. When: September ,