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DT Digitization Certification Program

Our Mission To Provide

Knowledge & Resources

One of our core missions at DT Heritage is to be a knowledge resource for the Heritage digitization community; helping to foster the spread of information and best practices in an industry that too often relies on individuals figuring out techniques and workflows on their own. As part of that ongoing initiative, we have developed our DT Digitization Certification Training Program to help educate the Heritage community on the equipmentsoftwareworkflows, and best practices associated with modern digitization.

About Our Digitization

Training Program

Currently, we have three courses available—DTDC 101: Intro to Modern Digitization, DTDC 201: Operator Training, and DTDC 301: ICC Profiles. The 101 course is a fully online curriculum and can be completed on your own time. All instruction was recorded in English, and English or Spanish captioning is available. The 201 class is an online course which covers routine workflows for camera-based digitization systems, from capture to post-processing. Students emerge ready to be operators of modern digitization systems for most non-challenging object types. The 301 course is an online course which covers Custom ICC profiles, which are one of the most complex processes that we come across in Heritage Imaging. It is very important to understand the complete process, why we are creating these profiles, and how we know the profiles are accurate, before baking them into an existing high quality production workflow.

Graduates of these classes will receive a certificate verifying the level of knowledge they’ve attained.

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Film Scanning on DT Versa

“All of Digital Transitions’ educational resources are excellent, and I refer to my notes from the 101 and 201 courses all the time. I learned so much from that curriculum. We love our DT camera systems at the Ransom Center!”

Lauren E Walker

Head of Digital Projects, The Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin

Celebrating 20 Years of Digitization Excellence - 2003-2023

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