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Re: People behind digitization

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Denis Mortell <[log in to unmask]>

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AHFAP, for image professionals in the UK cultural heritage sector" <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 1 Nov 2018 15:40:31 -0000

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Yes, I am interested in this research.

Best wishes,

Denis

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Denis Mortell Photography

http://www.denismortellphotography.ie/

m.  +353 (0)86-6044111

-----Original Message-----
From: AHFAP, for image professionals in the UK cultural heritage sector
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Maciej M. Pawlikowski
Sent: 26 October 2018 16:58
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: People behind digitization

Dear Colleagues,

Myself and Cambridge Digital Library’s Visiting Research Fellow Merisa
Martinez, a PhD candidate in Library and Information Science at the
University of Borås in Sweden, are researching the experiences of cultural
heritage photographers in memory institutions. We are particularly
interested in how photographers in cultural heritage institutions view
themselves and their work in a scholarly context- and to that end, we are
hoping to speak with those of you who would be willing to participate in
anonymous interviews to be included in a scholarly article. This article
will be integral to Merisa’s PhD thesis, which seeks to identify and analyze
digital academic labour happening outside of academic faculties.

As we know, a large part of the work that our community performs in
digitization studios is used in academic output, in the form of digital
humanities projects, academic books, papers, and conference presentations.
We’re interested in your experiences working with scholars and,
particularly, your experience working with your institutions with regard to
image attribution. Copyright law and policy does not allow (most of) us to
retain copyright on the images we take in our institutions, as that
copyright remains with the institutions themselves. However, image
attribution and photo credit is a different matter. We’d like to know what
your experiences have been at your institutions: do they have an option to
provide image credits on each digital facsimile? Do they offer the
opportunity for a 'staff credits’ page on their websites? Or is your labour
anonymized? Gathering this information will help us, and particularly
Merisa, present a more accurate picture of current practice and hopefully
make the case for viewing digitization as an integral part of digital
scholarship, and a scholarly process in its own right, requiring significant
training and expertise.

If you would be willing to be interviewed (anonymously, and with strict
adherence to GDPR guidelines), please do let us know by response to this
email. We will be conducting the interviews via Skype during November, they
will be recorded, and will be anonymized and used in an academic journal
article. If you have further questions, I would be happy to address them in
person at the AFHAP conference on 1 November, or via response to this email.

Thank you so much for your time and consideration of our project proposal,
and of Merisa’s PhD work.

Yours sincerely,

Maciej and Merisa

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