Geocoded Digital Cultural Content (PDF, 2731 kb)
This book Geocoded Digital Cultural Content, edited by Franc J. Zakrajsek and Vlasta Vodeb focuses on Geographic location, which is a very important attribute of a cultural heritage item. It can describe provenience, the current institution, as well as the location of the event or other related events. The added value of the geo-coded cultural content is in the browsing of cultural portals efficiently through space and time, and searching for content in a more user friendly way. This work is a result of a strong cooperation between Linked Heritage and the INDICATE project, a concluded European Union FP7 project which aimed to establish a network of common interest made up of experts and researchers in the field of e-infrastructures and digital cultural heritage at Euro Mediterranean level.
This handbook is targeted to cultural heritage professionals (curators, archaeologists, art historians, archivists, librarians, designers and web designers, information scientists, communication managers, etc.) working in the valorisation and dissemination of knowledge also through exhibitions and performances made available online.
This publication presents an overview of the state of the art in service provision for digital preservation and curation. Its focus is on the areas where bridging the gaps is needed between e-Infrastructures and efficient and forward-looking digital preservation services. Based on a desktop study and a rapid analysis of some 190 currently available tools and services for digital preservation, the deliverable provides a high-level view on the range of instruments currently on offer to support various functions within a preservation system.
This document is the result of the research done by the INDICATE partners through the Long Term reservation Case Study. The main objective of this use case is to review the current situation of digital reservation processes in Europe, the state of the art of the technology used and the relation between reservation institutions and e-Infrastructure providers.
The research case study Geocoded Digital Cultural Content (GCC) investigates the possibilities and approaches regarding the use of e-infrastructure in geocoded digital culture.
This publication, edited by Linked Heritage WP3 and ATHENA WP4 "Terminology and multilingualism", aims in priority at people working in European museums, experts or non-experts in Information Engineering and/or Linguistics, who have an interest on terminology and multilingualism. It proposes recommendations helping you to manage your terminology, to make it compliant and optimized for improving multilinguality on Europeana and to make it as a part of the Semantic Web following. The more you respect them, the more you improve the future retrievability of your digital collections online.
This report provides an introduction to the commercial sector best practice in content identification, description, supply chain and rights management metadata across four sectors within the European Union. The focus is on the description of the media industry and sectors within it, the technical specifications of standard identifiers and metadata schemas used within each sector, and the authoritatively recommended working practices in each. These descriptive and explanatory considerations will form the evidential, methodological and theoretical basis for the remaining Linked Heritage Work Package 4 (Public-Private Partnership) deliverables which will make recommendations for setting up partnerships between Europeana and the commercial sector.
This publication from Indicate is part of a wider initiative aiming to contribute to the implementation of a federated e-Infrastructure dedicated to the research community on Digital Cultural Heritage. Offering an integrated presentation of the best practices encountered along the project, this Handbook originates from the many efforts made by the whole sector in the last years and by many people who are working in this direction.
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