The following is circulating on several discussion lists.
The following workshop will be offered at Rm 32 Parks Library Iowa State University Ames, IA 50011
- All workshops are $70 for CDP/BCR Members; $95 for nonmembers.
- $5 Discount for early registration, 15 days in advance.
- Please note that BCR training vouchers cannot be used for these workshops.
Introduction to Digital Imaging:
February 2, 2005, 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m., $70 for BCR/CDP members/$95 for nonmembers
Introduction to Dublin Core Metadata:
February 3, 2005, 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m., $70 for BCR/CDP members/$95 for nonmembers
Register for all classes at http://www.bcr.org/training/workshops/register.html.
Richard Urban, CDP Operations Coordinator will be the instructor for Introduction to Digital Imaging and Introduction to Dublin Core Metadata. His bio is available at
http://www.cdpheritage.org/about/staff/rurban.html. For a campus map showing the library's location, see: http://www.fpm.iastate.edu/maps/.html For lodging, parking and other visitor information, see: http://www.iastate.edu/visitors/lodging.shtml
What is CDP?
The Collaborative Digitization Program (CDP) is a nonprofit organization that enables access to cultural, historical and scientific heritage collections in the West. The CDP provides assistance to the cultural heritage community through best practice guidelines, workshops and by encouraging collaborative partnerships among museums, libraries, archives and historical societies.
What is BCR?
The Bibliographical Center for Research (BCR) is a nonprofit, multistate library cooperative that has served the library community since its founding in 1935, providing cost-effective library and information services. Today BCR serves 1,064 voting-member libraries in 41 states and Canada. Agreements with the state library agencies in Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming allow any library located in those states to use BCR services as a member institution.