The mission of the Yale Digital Coffee group is to establish core standards, develop resources, and provide guidance and support for Digital Imaging related technology, projects, and professionals on campus. The Digital Coffee group provides a forum for active learning and sharing about digital technologies, standards and the creative process. These results are achieved through common research, interaction, and dialogue within the imaging related communities of Yale. The Digital Coffee group organizes seminars, presentations, and round table discussions to encourage education and participation while building and maintaining its standards across campus. The primary focus is on issues and topics related to still photography.
Representatives from Campus Institutions
Core members meet monthly to discuss progress on projects, create common standards documents, as well as plan for quarterly meetings with presentations or round table discussions.
Yale Standards for Digital Imaging guide/handbook
Yale website for sharing standards in documentation
Digital Coffee Sponsored talks:
- JPG2000—Pros and Cons
- Color Space, Color Profiling
- Image Metadata—Yale Minimal Standard
- Rapid Imaging Workflow
- Copyright and Rights and Reproductions
Use of Images for Self Promotion document (worked on with Yale General Counsel)—COMPLETED