How do you become a Digital Conversion Specialist?
I just saw a Digital Conversion Specialist job posting with the Library of Congress, and I am wondering if there is anyone out there currently working in this job or in a similar role. If I were interested in obtaining a job like this, where would I start training and gathering such job skills? I am very interested in learning more about this career. Are there college programs that focus on training individuals for this type of career? Thanks for any advice.
Asked By: Scott - 3/18/2012
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LOL This is a fancy name for someone that does clerical type work like scanning in documents! It's about as sophisticated as working a copy machine in the mail room! Trust me, you don't have to go to college to do this particular job! It's maybe 20 minutes of training!
Answered By: CommonSense - 3/18/2012
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A Digital Conversion Specialist is not some one who does clerical work. It is a very high skilled job that requires you to apply a lot of thought, testing and psychology into your work... More
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