To digitise is to convert an image or data into digital form. We offer a number of services and support for groups and individuals interested in Welsh Heritage
Scan & Digitise
to museum, archive and library standards
Training day at Newtown Library
On this course, you will learn about copyright, metadata and how to organise, scan and digitise photographs and documents
The course is a full day’s training where our team come to a venue in your area sharing best practice for making images web–ready and methods of creating master files for digital curation. The training will introduce you to People’s Collection Wales and all the features the website can offer.
The morning session covers important topics, such as copyright and metadata (essential for making items easy to search and find online).
The afternoon session focuses on the more practical elements of calibrating scanners and creating folders for different file types. You also get an opportunity for hands on experience at this stage.
Agored Cymru Accredited Unit
Once you have attended the standard training day you can progress to completing a Level 2 Agored Cymru accredited Unit, which carries 3 credits as part of the Agored Cymru learning framework, there is a small admin charge of £15pp.
Further accredited units are currently in development and topics will include Oral History and Digital Curation. They will come with online tutorials, which will enable you study at home. Further information will be made available on the website but get in touch to be updated by email.
Get in touch to find out more about any of the above or any of our other services:
- Free equipment loan service—for groups and individuals interested in scanning images or recording oral histories, Terms & Conditions apply.
- Bulk Upload—for large digital collections get help uploading them to the website using the bulk upload service (with our API).