12684877900?profile=RESIZE_400xThe limited number of complete runs of photography periodicals in libraries and special collections, as well as the absence of digitised and easily searchable runs of these journals acts as a constraint on research.  Initiatives such the 1970s microfilming of photography publications, to the RPS journal digitisation in the mid-2010s have shown the value of increasing their availability to students, academics, and the public. 

There is now a proposal to undertake a digitisation programme of some of the more significant photography journals to support a growing level of research in the field.  

This three-minute survey seeks your views as to what would be most useful. The results will be published in an anonymised form and will determine whether the initiative moves forward, or is trialled, pending a full rollout.

To participate click here: https://forms.office.com/r/LVcNZNESMn

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