Sponsored by the Sheridan Libraries & University Museums, the Friends of the Johns Hopkins University Libraries, and the Arts, Entertainment, Media, and Entrepreneurship Affinity
Join us to learn how the Sheridan Libraries’ Digitization Services unit brings gorgeous antiquities to life on the screen. Digitization specialist Cameron Hanley will present a tour of the lab and show examples of rare items from the Libraries' collections that have been digitized at exceptionally high-resolution, providing Hopkins scholars and researchers worldwide with safe and efficient access to these unique, primary-source materials. This access is especially critical in the era of social distancing and remote learning.
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Webinar ID: 912 0193 7933
MEET OUR SPEAKER
Cameron Hanley, Digitization Specialist, The Sheridan Libraries
Cameron Hanley is a digitization specialist in the Sheridan Libraries’ Digitization Services unit. A Baltimore native, he earned his BFA in Photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2017. Cameron’s professional experience includes time as a commercial photographer before transitioning to the world of digitization. He previously worked as a contractor for the Library of Congress and the Chicago Public Library, where he gained a variety of skills handling and scanning many rare materials, including books from Thomas Jefferson’s collection. Cameron applies his fine art photography background and knowledge to methods of digitization and cultural heritage preservation.
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