Registration is open for these upcoming AMIA webinars -
AV Cataloging Standards Series: Implementation & Application of Standards in the Wild<https://www.eventbrite.com/e/implementation-and-application-of-av-cataloging-standards-in-the-wild-tickets-168205592455>
September 8 | 10:00am - 11:30am (Pacific)
Archivists and practitioners with expertise in a variety of metadata standards-including CEN 15907, PBCore, Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms (LCGFT), BIBFRAME, Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS), and PREMIS-will discuss the key features of those standards and their applicability in audiovisual archival settings.
Cutting Room Floor: Editing Language in Time-Based Media Collections<https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cutting-room-floor-editing-language-in-time-based-media-collections-tickets-169906263207>
September 28 | 12:00pm - 1:00pm (Pacific)
Time-based media collections have the unique role of often serving both research and entertainment purposes and have specific needs around language that other archives may not. The presentation will introduce new methods and old challenges around accessible description for time-based media collections.
Manager Training Series: Soft Skills Development for New & Aspiring Managers<https://www.eventbrite.com/e/manager-training-soft-skills-development-for-new-aspiring-managers-registration-155567856647>
September 30 | 10:00am-2:00pm (Pacific)
Soft skills like interpersonal communication, emotional intelligence, and the ability to work effectively in teams are crucial for the problem solving, advocacy, and management of people and projects that managers do on a daily basis. This workshop will explore the interplay between soft skills and hard skills, introducing a number of important frameworks for understanding how soft skills impact professional practice. Through self-assessments and interactive exercises, attendees will deepen their understanding of their own (and others') communication, management, and decision-making styles. Part I of this series is available<https://vimeo.com/ondemand/mtskills> on demand.
Techniques for Color Remastering Home Movies in DaVinci Resolve<https://www.eventbrite.com/e/techniques-for-color-remastering-home-movies-in-davinci-resolve-tickets-168210787995>
October 13 | 10:00am - 11:15am (Pacific)
In this workshop, C. Díaz will share techniques on color remastering home movies across various formats and codecs. These tips and tricks will help breathe new life into your collection as well as highlight the importance of project management when working with home movies in both personal and institutional settings. This workshop is part of AMIA's Borders and Borderlands programming.
In addition to our upcoming and on demand programming, many of our webinars are offered free both open and for AMIA members, including
* Disabilities Consciousness Raising<https://amianet.org/events/webinars/>
· Intro to Command Line<https://amianet.org/events/webinars/>
· The LOC National Screening Room: Preparing Content Virtually During Covid19<https://amianet.org/events/webinars/>
· Copyright Strategies in the Pandemic and Beyond with Meredith Jacob<https://amianet.org/events/webinars/>
· Airtable for A/V Archivists<https://amianet.org/events/webinars/>
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