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Organising Your Workflow -Researcher Workshop

21 October 2014

Prime Focus 58 Old Compton Street, Soho, London W1D 4UF

Registration is now open for the second in a series of informal workshops planned for the autumn:

TUESDAY 21st OCTOBER
Doors open 6.30pm for 6.45pm start at Prime Focus 58 Old Compton Street, Soho, London W1D 4UF.
Organising your Workflow
Everyone has a different way of working and dealing with the data accumulated.
Every production office has different equipment and demands.
Should Researchers try to organise common standard of practice?
A group of Researchers will bring in their PC’s and attendees can share informally how they log data, name files, hold the paper trail, synch with the EDL and organise final deliverables.
Contributors: Jacqui Edwards, Kate Griffiths, Emily Thomas, James Hunt, Val Evans TBC

Workshop ends 9pm

Light refreshments will be provided.

This event is FREE of charge, but open to FOCAL International Researcher Members ONLY. If you do register but can’t make it on the night please email info@focalint.org as we may have a waiting list of people who do want to attend.

PLEASE MAKE ONE REGISTRATION PER PERSON USING THE BOOKING FORM LINKED HERE – PLACES ARE LIMITED AND WILL BE ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS 

The next workshop will be as follows:

WEDNESDAY 26th NOVEMBER 6.30 for 7pm at Venue TBC
Expanding The Digital Archive Research Tricks in Your Toolbox
Curious about Twitter? Wondering how it works and how it can be a useful tool for research?
Join us for an informal event over a drink after work where visiting Canadian FOCAL Exec board member Elizabeth Klinck will quickly go through the basics of Twitter and share some handy research tips.
This workshop is intended for people who have little or very basic knowledge of Twitter and need a quick intro.  This workshop will be done on laptops and phones. The session will be very interactive – bring your stories and tips to share with the other researchers.

Any other topics you think should be covered in the New Year please let us know