Digital images are a valuable part of your research, sometimes critically so. This three hour session will introduce you to some of the key issues that you need to be aware of when sourcing, adapting and using digital images. Although the focus is the use of images in an academic context, the ideas covered are equally relevant to your personal image collections.
|Intended audience||This session is suitable for anyone interested in using digital images, either in their research, work or personal life.|
|Prior knowledge||No previous knowledge of digital images is required|
|Resources||A course book must be purchased when you attend the course (included in the Cost below)|
|Format||Presentation with practical exercises|
|Further information||This course was previously called Digital images: Sourcing, adapting and safe keeping|
|Where next?||ITLP run other digital image courses using Adobe Photoshop and GIMP. A session covering more in depth use of the ARTstor, Bridgeman Education and VADS image libraries is also available.|
Frequency: Every term. Express an interest in future dates for this course.