We had such great interest from our iHeritage seminar attendees on a digital copyright course, that we’ve decided to hold an intensive full-day course in Joburg, Durban and Cape Town. The course is aimed at: “Information professionals working in museums, archives, libraries; web developers, designers and creators working in the heritage sector, historians interested in online community-building, educators and curriculum developers who self-publish, funders who fund the heritage sector, as well as anyone interested in the impact of the Internet on peoples’ access to heritage, and how to use digital copyright tools to their advantage.”
Provisional dates are: Durban Friday, 3 April, Johannesburg Friday, 8 May, Cape Town Friday, 15 May and the course costs R1,500
Let me know if you’re interested in attending!
2 thoughts on “Training on digital copyright and access for the heritage industry”
Sounds like a fantastic course. I’m running similar workshops for commercial publishers. It is amazing how little people who should know this stuff, actually know it.
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