Remote Capture: Digitising Documentary Heritage in Challenging Locations is a practical guide for those about to embark on a digitisation project and it has just become available online. It is aimed at those who are planning to apply to EAP for future funding, but hopefully the advice will have wider appeal for anyone about to start a similar project.
It has been a joy working on this publication and I hope that people will find the information within its pages helpful. The uniqueness of the book lies in the advice given by those who have taken part in EAP projects and I am extremely grateful for their contributions. But of course, since submitting the draft manuscript to Open Book Publishers, I have received more images of projects being carried out in the field. Although it was too late to include them in the publication, I thought I would share just some in this blog to show that projects continue to work successfully throughout the world, often in very unique circumstances.
EAP935: digitising archival material in northern Ghana
EAP951: working on Tristan da Cunha
EAP1005: a portable set-up for Cham manuscripts in Vietnam
EAP1042: working with the Cisse community in Senegal