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Mfg, Monika Bargmann

Hinweis von James Cummings in TEI-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Subject:        [dm-l] Digital 'restoration' - workbook now available from
AHRC ICT Methods Network
Date:   Wed, 26 Jul 2006 11:51:24 +0100
From:   Hazel Gardiner <hazel.gardiner@xxxxxxxxx>
To:     'Digital Medievalist Community mailing list' <dm-l@xxxxxxxx>

The AHRC ICT Methods Network is pleased to announce that a 'Digital
Restoration Workbook', produced by DIAMM (the Digital Image Archive of
Medieval Music) in conjunction with the Methods Network is now available
on the Methods Network website.

The workbook was created to accompany a Methods Network-funded workshop
'Digital Restoration for Damaged Documents' held on 29 June 2006.

DIAMM (www.diamm.ac.uk) has pioneered the use of mainstream commercial
software to recover damaged and obscured readings from manuscript
sources which have been captured by high-resolution digital imaging.
 The technique is non-invasive and has been shown to reveal material
that may be obscured by conventional document restoration processes, or
beyond the capacity of such restoration to reveal.

In the interests of academics and researchers with similar or related
interests the workbook is being made freely available via the Methods
Network website.

The workbook is available as a downloadable PDF
(http://www.methodsnetwork.ac.uk/redist/pdf/workbook1.pdf) or as a
ring-bound printed copy (£10 + £1.50 p&p [UK] ) featuring full
illustrations and gloss cover. Please email methnet@xxxxxxxxx
<mailto:methnet@xxxxxxxxx> to place an order.

The AHRC ICT Methods Network exists to promote and support the
application of advanced ICT methods in the arts and humanities. Please
see the Methods Network website for details about further activities
that are being run by, or in conjunction with, the Methods Network.

The Methods Network funds seminars, workshops and other activities which
demonstrate the impact on and value to arts and humanities research of
advanced ICT methods.  See the Methods Network website for further
information about applying for funding or email Hazel Gardiner


Hazel Gardiner
Senior Project Officer
AHRC ICT Methods Network
Centre for Computing in the Humanities
Kings College
Kay House, 7 Arundel Street
+44 (0)20 7848 2013
hazel.gardiner@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:hazel.gardiner@xxxxxxxxx>
www.methodsnetwork.ac.uk <http://www.methodsnetwork.ac.uk>

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