This highly dynamic workshop, led by a team with vast experience, was particularly enlightening: It provided valuable insights on best practices of DAM.
Jaxon Picard, Combat Camera
While being extremely organized myself I found myself learning a lot about current practices on getting organized as a group. This workshop is invaluable and Colin was well informed and professional.
Jennifer Buter, CUSO international
The Workshops were invaluable for myself and my colleague to be able to get us on the same page so we can move forward faster and more efficiently
Bonnie Findley, University of Ottawa

Ottawa – February 20-21, 2018

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Take Control of Your Digital Assets

Are your organization’s digital assets—images, videos, logos, design files and documents—ballooning out of control? Learn how to organize them quickly and effectively—and save time and money!This packed two-day workshop has a high instructor-to-student ratio, ensuring lots of personal attention. Colin Rowe from Archimedia and Greg Black, former administrator of the asset management system at Queens’ University will show you how to:

  • properly name files and folder structures

  • organize your model and talent releases

  • non-destructively edit your assets

  • create and manage metadata, in one or two languages

  • create a controlled vocabulary

  • develop policies that reflect your clients’ policies

  • assess and use digital asset management systems

  • design a workflow that works for you

  • access to Archimedia’s librarian for two weeks after the course for any questions on the creation of relevant metadata (she has a new baby and is not able to travel to the workshop)


  • Snacks, beverages and lunches during the workshop

  • A manual that outlines our techniques and processes in detail

  • Email support for two weeks following the workshop, and a compilation of all emailed questions and answers


$1,400 plus HST

Ottawa, Ontario

March 23-24, 2016

Registration To register, click HERE

Location Odell House, 180 Waller Street, Ottawa, Ontario

Parking Desmarais Building, University of Ottawa, 55 Laurier Avenue East