Robbins Library, 416 Rush Rhees Library Free Event

Free Event

In an era where digital engagement and accessibility are paramount, the presentation of medieval manuscripts should expand beyond digitized images. In this dynamic, in-person workshop, Dot Porter, the curator of digital research services at the University of Pennsylvania, take attendees into the diverse and engaging world of presenting manuscripts through video

Porter will explore the different types of manuscript videos, including brief orientations, long-form, audience-engaged presentations, and video facsimiles. She will also cover the theory and techniques behind creating captivating manuscript videos, but she will also provide practical guidance on equipment selection, setup, and video recording.

This is a great opportunity to experience the power of visual storytelling through the intricacies of different video formats and their unique strengths and applications.

All are welcome. Pleaase register to attend.

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