Fall 2021 Online Training Courses for Media Forensics

June 1, 2021 — The National Center for Media Forensics announced that they will again offer a series of training courses in media forensics for Fall 2021 in an online format.

The online offerings are described by NCMF as "robust sessions" with scheduled, live-streamed meetings and opportunities for hands-on practice via remote desktop access.

Courses include:

Forensic Analysis and Authentication of Digital Images
September 20-22, 2021

Forensic Analysis and Authentication of Digital Audio
September 27-29, 2021

Forensic Analysis and Enhancement of Digital Audio
October 4-7, 2021

Advanced Forensic Audio Enhancement and Processing
December 6-9, 2021

The National Center for Media Forensics (NCMF) is an education and research center of the University of Colorado Denver, College of Arts & Media, Music & Entertainment Industry Studies Department. You can learn more here.


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