Registration: June 1 - August 31, 2024
Course duration: September 9 - November 18, 2024Course Description:
Using the publication Photographs: Archival Care and Management, students will be introduced to the management of archival photographs in seven modules.
Topics for the modules include:
Module 1. Photographic history, technology and processes
Module 2. Appraisal
Module 3. Accessioning and arrangement
Module 4. Description
Module 5. Preservation
Module 6. Reference, copyright and public outreach
Module 7. Digitization
Students will receive, by electronic mail, a self-study guide which includes instructions, supplementary reading (where applicable), self-study questions, and in most modules, a practical project. The self-study questions and projects will be submitted to the Instructor for evaluation. Upon completing all the projects within the allotted time, students will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course.
Students can expect to work about 10-12 hours per week on readings and assignments for the duration of the course.
Instructor: Lisa Glandt, AABC Education and Advisory Services Coordinator
Cost: AABC members $350.00 (CAD) / Non-member $500.00 (CAD); plus the cost of the course textbook
Textbook: Mary Lynn Ritzenthaler. Photographs: Archival Care and Management (SAA, 2006). As of 2019, hardcopy versions of this textbook are no longer being printed. An electronic version (ePub or PDF) of the textbook is available from the SAA Bookstore.
Student Comments on the Course:
"Thank you so much for all the guidance and comments. It was very enjoyable and inspiring for the whole learning period!"
"This was such an interesting course. I appreciate that the module questions and projects are something I can refer to as I continue with processing our collections. I am registered for the next course and am looking forward to more great content."
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