Free Webinar: New Technologies in Timbuktu: A Report on Aluka's Digitization of Manuscripts in Mali
A 45-minute recorded presentation from Harlan Wallach that will cover the background of Alukaís project to digitize manuscripts from Timbuktu, the geographical and environmental obstacles of the project, and the overall effort to establish and create a fully operational digitization and photography studio at SAVAMA-DCIís (www.savamadci.org) offices in Timbuktu. The presentation will be followed by a tour of Aluka including a preview of the manuscripts that will be available in digital library.
About the Presenter:
Mr. Harlan Wallach is Architect for Media Technologies at Northwestern University Information Technologies (NUIT) department of Academic Technologies. He is also Director of Northwestern University Advanced Media Production Studio (NUAMPS).
Webinar: New Technologies in Timbuktu: A Report on Aluka's Digitization of Manuscripts in Mali
Presenter: Harlan Wallach/Michael Gallagher
Session 1 RSVP: April 30, 2008; 1:00PM (EST) [https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/770146770]
Session 2 RSVP: May 5, 2008; 3:00PM (EST) [https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/599086947]
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