NOTE: All information from the folkhögskola will be sent in Swedish.
Build your family archive: keep your family treasures alive
We live in a world where we constantly photograph, film and document important (and less important) moments of our lives while inheriting memories (old photographs, family documents, letters, postcards, videos…) from previous generations.
The goal of this online course will be to teach easy strategies and processes to keep, store, process, produce and transfer such precious past-present-and-future family moments to future generations so they don’t go to waste. We will go over simple and practical solutions for both Apple/PC and mobile devices users (iOS/android). For some of the solutions taught in the course, a subscription to a cheap online solution might be required/recommended, but however cancelable at any point. A basic understanding of computer/tablet use is required to attend the course. A tablet or computer is required in addition to the device used for the Zoom course.
The course is given in English, in collaboration with Paideia – the European Institute for Jewish Studies in Sweden.
To apply for this course, you need basic computer skills and knowledge of how to use the digital platform Zoom. The school offers Zoom manuals and a training opportunity before the start of the course.
No prior knowledge about the subject is needed. We will go over simple and practical solutions for both Apple/PC and mobile devices users (iOS/android).
For some of the solutions taught in the course, a subscription to a cheap online solution that is not included in the course cost might be required/recommended but however cancelable at any point. You will receive more information if you get accepted to the course.
About the teacher
Ouriel Morgensztern is based out of Vienna and lives and works there as a photographer with his wife and two children. He studied multimedia in Paris, France and completed his studies at NYU, in New York. Ouriel has gathered more than 10 years of experience and knowledge working as the technical director for Centropa, an institute specialized in the preservation of Jewish families’ heritage and history.