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DT Digitization Certification Graduates

Digitization has undergone a rapid and profound transformation in the past two decades. Legacy systems built on scanning have been replaced with modern instant capture systems. Using our unique position as a hardware manufacturer, software distributor, and industry leader in sharing the latest digitization knowledge and best-practices, we’ve created an all-new training curriculum for professionals tasked with digitizing all manner of material, in a variety of situations – The DT Digitization Certification Program.

Successfully completing each course will earn graduates an official certification outlining the skills they have mastered in the course and a listing on this page, ensuring that they are recognized in the community as an expert in the latest digitization practices.


Digitization 101 – “Intro to Modern Digitization”

2019 Graduates:
Joey Havelick, Google
Thomas Pulhamus, University of Delaware
Eze Amos, University of Virginia
Jenn Morris, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Katie Condon, VCU Libraries
Thomas Miller, Independent
Mary Holt University of Southern Maine
Kyle Bacon, Johns Hopkins University
Adinah Barnett, Osher Map Library
Jessica Hovey, University of Maine System
Dara Baker, National Archives and Records Administration
Caitlyn Lam, Yale University


Digitization 201 – “Operator Training”

2019 Graduates:
Joe Havelick, Google
Thomas Pulhamus, University of Delaware
Jenn Morris, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Katie Condon, VCU Libraries
Thomas Miller, Independent
Mary Holt, University of Southern Maine
Kyle Bacon, Johns Hopkins University
Adinah Barnett, Osher Map Library
Jessica Hovey, University of Maine System
Dara Baker, National Archives and Records Administration
Caitlyn Lam, Yale University
Kelsey Kim, George Mason University
Wendy Guerra, Minnesota Historical Society
Matt Parker, Pixel Acuity
Preston Rose, Historic Vehicle Association

 

 

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