May 14, 2014
Aditya Thaokar / CC-BY-SA-3.0
In recent years museum educators, librarians, visual resources curators and University tutors have been developing workshops and talks aimed at helping their users develop the set of abilities often referred to as Visual Literacy. Visual literacy skills are immediately relevant to art and design students but there will be a chance at this event to hear also about sessions that were developed for wildly different groups such as student doctors and members of the New York police. Speakers from UK Universities will describe some of the interesting Visual literacy sessions they deliver to their students and we will learn about the variety of aims and objectives that led to these new kinds of teaching sessions. At lunchtime there will be an expert from JISC Digital Media to take questions about Image Copyright and at the end there will be an open forum giving everyone ample opportunity to question and discuss with speakers issues and ideas that have come up during the course of the day.
For full programme details and booking form go to the ARLIS Workshop & Events page
July 1, 2013
A recent installation in the library gallery space at The CASS Faculty of Art Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University, curated by ACADI member; Susan Skingle.
Slides and associated paraphernalia were displayed in the manner of (soon- to-be) rare artifacts. The exhibition drew attention to the physicality of the slides and the collection processes. More information and photographs on the exhibition webpage.
May 30, 2013
This will be at Bath Spa University on Tuesday, 25th June from 11.00am – 3.30pm. Topics for discussion will include the new CLA licence, social media and copyright, and displaying images of students work.
If you are involved in visual resources and education, why not join ACADI and come along? Our meetings are informal, informative and friendly.
December 19, 2012
Many thanks to Maureen for a stimulating and useful meeting at The Department of History of Art at the University of Warwick. It was good to see everyone and the hospitality was memorable!
We talked about…
ACADI Reports on developments: image resources, use of social media, changing visual resources roles, ACADI membership and the ACADI blog
Copyright The imminent implementation of the Hargreaves Review. CLA Licence news. The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill 2012-13 (ERRA)
Proposal for a specimen slide library Archival advantages of analogue collections over digital. The history of art history teaching. Current interest from researchers and artists in slide libraries, codes and collecting.
Preservation of photographs and related material A possible archive collection of slide-supplier catalogues and related material.
Image resources and presentation tools Brief reports from members on the status of their collections, image management tools and other news.
We were given an online demonstration of Warwick University’s image bank which operates with the CONTENTdm image management system.
The minutes will be posted in the members’ area in due course
November 30, 2012
The Department of History of Art at University of Warwick has kindly agreed to host the next ACADI members’ meeting on Thursday 13th December .
Further details and the minutes of the last ACADI meeting can be found in the members area.
February 14, 2012
The next ACADI meeting will be held at Kingston University on Thursday 15th March 2012.
If you are involved in visual resources and education, why not join ACADI and come along? The meetings are informal and friendly. The agenda covers issues such as the perennial image copyright, subscription image databases and image management systems.
October 12, 2011
Monday 31 October, at Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2AZ
The Guardian’s Tech Weekly will host a debate about ownership, copyright and intellectual property.Panelists will join Ed Vaizey MP (Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries) to discuss the Hargreaves Report and the Digital Economies Act.