News archive – 2016

September 2016

2016 Conference
The AHFAP Committee is delighted to announce a superb list of preliminary speakers for the 2016 Conference. We are sure you will find this year’s conference offers a wide ranging and comprehensive set of topics, which will appeal to all our members and the wider cultural heritage imaging community.

Details can be found on the 2016 Conference page, with accompanying abstracts on the 2016 Conference Abstracts page.

We have also extended the early bird prices until the end of September, details of how to secure a place can be found on the 2016 Conference page.

Day Two
A series of open studio visits and workshops are being planned for Day Two, please check the 2016 Conference page for updates. A valid Day One ticket will be needed to attend these events.

June 2016

Annual Conference Call for Papers & Registration now open
See our 2016 Conference page for full details.

May 2016

2016 Conference date announced

We are pleased to announce the 2016 AHFAP Conference for cultural heritage imaging professionals will be held on the 10th November at the Imperial War Museum, London.

Please check the 2016 Conference page for further updates and the the call for papers.

March 2016

Press Release
Jisc Digital Media service to be retired 

I am writing to you to let you know that after careful consideration we have decided to retire the Jisc Digital Media service from 31 July 2016.

Since 2008 the Jisc Digital Media service has been working with universities, colleges and the public sector to provide high quality training, advice and guidance on using digital media in teaching, learning and research. But following a review process we have decided to retire the service as part of the process to simplify our service offering in the digital resources area.

The specialised digital media training programmes, previously delivered by our Jisc Digital Media service, will no longer be available. Where appropriate, components of the advice, guidance and practice we have developed may be incorporated into ongoing and future customer offers.

All the content from the current Jisc Digital Media website will be archived via the UK Web Archive service. Some of the existing content will also be made available via the Jisc website. To explore more of the advice, guidance and practical support we offer please visit the advice section on our website.

Content from the current Jisc Digital Media YouTube channel has been migrated to theJisc YouTube channel. The Jisc Digital Media Twitter feed and Facebook page are no longer being updated. For regular updates please follow Jisc on Twitter or like the Jisc Facebook page.

For more information about our ongoing digital resources offer please visit the Jisc website. You can also speak directly to our customer services team.

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