Development moved forward apace, collaborations grew in strength and number, and community engagement continued giving great insights and comments about your needs and wants for DCD Discover.
Search is a big part of Discover, but it’s more complex than you might think. There are many ways of implementing search systems, so lets have a look at what’s involved.
From April-July, 2021 we conducted a pilot project of One-on-One Live Labs through Zoom. This gave us an opportunity to introduce DCD Discover to Independent dance artists across Canada and…
We looked at the ten agents of deterioration in our blog ‘Caring for Photographs: What’s Causing my Photographs to Fall Apart?’ and examined how they cause your photographs to deteriorate.
The DCD holds many thousands of photographs. We are responsible for their care and long term preservation. Over a series of blogs you can discover how we do this.
e looked at the issues and concerns that we have around copyright. One of the areas we covered was identification of the potential harms…
DCD Discover is the open digital archive for Dance Collection Danse [DCD]. It is the product of DCD Labs, a user focused iterative process to produce an accessible archive fit for the digital age.
Progress on DCD Discover is moving along at a rapid pace. Our development means that we are now at the stage where it’s time to have the conversation about COPYRIGHT.
In UX design it goes without saying that you need to reach out to new communities all of the time. You can watch the great session between DCD Labs and ConCode (Conservators in Coding). Find out more about ConCode
On the 19th of May 2021, we came together for a Live Lab to present the work of the second year students at the Ryerson School of Performance. In a ‘normal’ year, the final assignment would be a written piece but this is not a normal year.
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