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The final two VRAF Regional Workshops in the 2018/2019 workshop season are now 
open for registration!
Exhibit, Instruct, Promote, Collaborate: An Introduction to Omeka for Digital 
Scholarship is being hosted by the University of Chicago and will take place on 
Friday, March 1st at Regestein Library on the beautiful U of C campus. This 
workshop is being taught by Susan Jane Williams and will cover many aspects of 
Omeka including the new Omeka S and will have a hands-on segment to work 
through sample exhibits.  See more detailed information and register for this 
workshop 
here<https://vrafoundation.com/current-regional-workshops/exhibit-instruct-promote-collaborate-an-introduction-to-omeka-for-for-digital-scholarship/>.
Metadata and Management of Cultural Heritage Digital Media: From Fundamentals 
to Future Trends is being hosted by The Smithsonian’s Freer|Sackler and will 
take place on Friday, April 26th at the S. Dillon Ripley Center on the Mall in 
Washington, DC.  This workshop is being taught by Shyam Oberoi, Chief Digital 
Officer of the Royal Ontario Museum and will provide you with the background 
and tools to effectively organize, catalogue, and distribute your institution’s 
digital assets by introducing you to the core concepts of managing digital 
content.  See more detailed information and register for this workshop 
here<https://vrafoundation.com/current-regional-workshops/metadata-and-management-of-cultural-heritage-digital-media-from-fundamentals-to-future-trends/>.
Visual Resources Association Foundation Regional Workshops are day-long 
learning experiences for professionals dealing with all aspects of developing, 
preserving, and advocating for the scholarly life cycle of cultural heritage 
resources. The registration fee for each workshop is $125.
For questions about the Regional Workshop program or registering for the above 
workshops, please contact VRAF director, Beth Haas, 
bwodn...@princeton.edu<mailto:bwodn...@princeton.edu>.
The VRAF Regional Workshops are generously supported by the Samuel H. Kress 
Foundation.
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