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CLE Webinar: Construction Law: Technology Applications for Historic Structure Preservation
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When: 09/17/2020
12 - 1 PM
Where: Via Webinar
United States
Contact: HCBA

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Technology Applications for Historic Structure Preservation: Bringing New Life to the Jackson House, Tampa, Florida

1.0 CLE credit including 1.0 Technology (applied for)


  • The significance of the Jackson House and digital preservation as a tool for structural stabilization, preservation, engagement, learning, and interpretation
  • Use of 3D and imaging for forensic understanding of structures and to work as part of a team restoration approach for historic building information development
  • Differences and applications between GIS, 3D laser scanning methods and approaches, and other types of imaging and drone-based applications for heritage projects. Including overview of feasibility, cost, and advantages of these types of strategies.
  • How it all comes together: integrating tools and methods to work toward research and interpretive outcomes.


Dr. Lori Collins, is a Research Associate Professor and co-Director of the Digital Heritage & Humanities Center (DHHC) in the University of South Florida Libraries, and has a courtesy faculty appointment in the School of Geosciences.


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Preregistration is required.