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30 Jun 2020

FRAME 2020 turns into online edition

In 2020, due to the sanitary crisis, FRAME face to face training sessions (FRAME Tech and FRAME Access) are replaced by a single online training session, organized in two parts, from November 24 to 26 and from December 1 to 3.

In 2020, FRAME onsite training sessions will take the form of a digital training session, organized in two steps: from November 24 to 26 and from December 1 to 3. The duration, format, and modalities of the session will be adapted for distance training.

FRAME training will adapt to the recent period we have been through, trying to answer to the following question: how audiovisual archivists can be prepared to face exceptional events, to prevent risks and organize disaster recovery?

One of the main duties of archivists is to ensure the archives’ preservation, whatever happens, and to give access to collections.

The usual themes of FRAME, which cover every step of the audiovisual archiving management process, will obviously be addressed through online lectures. These presentations will be complemented by experience feedbacks on projects carried out by European and international heritage institutions, and related to some crisis situations (pandemic, floods, fires, hacking, wars…).

The courses will be provided through virtual classrooms on a dedicated online platform.

When and where

Dates: From November 24-26 (1st part) and from December 1 to 3 (2nd part)

The courses will be held over half-days, from 9 am to 12.30 am.

Location : online

What the session about?

Part #1 - November 24 to 26

  • Preventive conservation
  • Digitization
  • Management of digital archives


Part #2 - December 1 to 3

  • Documentation
  • Rights management
  • Promotion of archive contents

The provisional schedule with the names of the speakers and intervention topics will be provided in October 2020.

What is FRAME?

A training course on audiovisual archiving management, dedicated to the international community of professionals working in the field of audiovisual archives. The courses are delivered in English by recognized European and international audiovisual archives and digital media experts.

FRAME training program is organized by INA since 2010, within the framework of the Creative Europe program, in partnership with FIAT/IFTA and EBU Academy. 

How much?

Fee: EUR 700 per participant (EUR 350 for scholarships)

Conditions of admission

Which objectives?

In view of the current situation, it is even obvious that audiovisual archives professionals also have to detain strong, updated and multiple skills. This should enable them to adapt to all situations, and in particular crisis situations, thanks to sustainable and future proof knowledge and competencies.

Thus, in line with FRAME initial objectives, FRAME 2020 is designed to respond to the current crisis situation and enable international professionals to face potential future ones, by:

  • Enhancing and updating international audiovisual archives professional’s skills and knowledge
  • Developing and reinforcing the European and international community of audiovisual archives professionals
  • Sharing experiences and best practices, develop new and innovative solutions and create opportunities

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