Q Feb 14, 2001

U Northumbria survey: How art historicans use digital images

Hubertus Kohle

Survey by the Institute for Image Data Research at the University of
Northumbria
- please participate.

Das Institute for Image Data Research an der Universitaet Northumbria fuehrt
eine Umfrage zum Gebrauch digitaler Bilder in der kunsthistorischen Lehre
und Forschung durch. Interessenten sollten bis Ende Februar 2001 unter
http://www.unn.ac.uk/iidr/CC/survey.html
nachsehen und teilnehmen

Hubertus Kohle, Muenchen

[This survey is being undertaken to investigate how digital images are being
used now by members of the art history community (encompassing all forms of
visual
culture including design, architecture, photography and film) and how access
to such images may be changing the way research into art history is being
conducted.
The research is being carried out within the Institute for Image Data
Research at the University of Northumbria by Professor Chris Bailey and Mrs
Margaret Graham
and forms the first part of a larger AHRB funded project: Compare and
Contrast: a study of the impact of digital image technology on art history.
This online
survey is being supplemented by a postal survey involving academic members
of the Association of Art Historians. The online questionnaire will be
available until the
end of February 2000. - Note taken from the project homepage].

Reference:
Q: U Northumbria survey: How art historicans use digital images. In: ArtHist.net, Feb 14, 2001 (accessed Aug 16, 2022), <https://arthist.net/archive/24326>.

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