CPD Short Course—Digital Recording in Conservation and Heritage

Friday 15 September 2017, 9.00AM to 5.00pm

Course Content

  • Introduction to recording in the digital age
  • Consideration of digital outputs within conservation and heritage site planning
  • Discussion of current digital recording tools and approaches to data capture and processing
  • Exploration of the practical uses and applications (Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI); Structure from Motion (SfM) / Multi-Image Photogrammetry; Aerial/Drone image capture)

Accreditation

IHBC and CIfA

Prerequisites

None

Course Benefits

  • Understand current approaches and research in digital recording for archaeological, conservation and heritage projects.
  • Awareness of best practice in digital recording for archaeological, conservation and heritage projects.

Course Leader: Sarah Duffy

Sarah Duffy is a freelance imaging consultant specialising in digital recording for conservation and heritage. She provides recording and training services for research and conservation projects based in academia as well as commercial and heritage sectors in the UK and farther afield. Her services range from microscopic artefact imaging to landscape survey. Through her work, she emphasises the importance of an informed and reflexive approach to the use of digital recording techniques within the process of archaeological and heritage research and analysis. Sarah has worked on conservation projects in the UK and Overseas, most recently in Sudan. https://sarahmduffy.uk/

Pricing & Funding

Course cost £185 (+20% discount for former students)

More info and how to register

 

Location: King's Manor

Email: louise.cooke@york.ac.uk