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On culture in a world-wide information society

Alfredo M. Ronchi, Lynn Thiesmeyer, Antonella Quacchia, Georges Mihajes, Katsuhiro Onoda, Ranjit Makkuni
2005 Special interest tracks and posters of the 14th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '05  
The Museum Educational Site Licensing Project launched by the Getty Information Institute in the United States helped demystify intellectual property rights and opened the way for global access to art.  ...  New organizations, such as the European Museum Information Institute, provided an ongoing voice for policies and methodologies to harness technology for access to art and culture.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1062745.1062754 dblp:conf/www/RonchiTQMOM05 fatcat:qmivz2wuwja67fgx4rqontjcta

RE-designing Access to Cultural Heritage for a wider participation in preservation, (re-)use and management of European culture

Alfarano Nicola, Debernardi Elisa, Fresa Antonella, Melani Francesca, Pardini Elena
2020 Zenodo  
The project identifies theoretical participatory models and tests them in the practice through four thematic pilots in order to propose the adoption of an integrated model of resilient European cultural  ...  in the participatory preservation, (re)use and management of cultural heritage.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors wish to express their gratitude to the members of the REACH Consortium for their valuable engagement in the project. Special thanks should be given to Prof.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4316835 fatcat:pjfys3z5zfcdddfvqrpb4hnixq

Networked cultural heritage and socio-digital inequalities

Noah Lenstra, Abdul Alkalimat
2012 Proceedings of the 2012 iConference on - iConference '12  
This paper presents a case study of one project to network African-American community cultural heritage information in the contexts of collaborative digitization, community informatics, and the widespread  ...  Flows of economic capital inform how these alignments of social capital inform the production of digital cultural heritage.  ...  and seek out the eBlackCU project to request our assistance in making their cultural heritage information available online.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2132176.2132197 dblp:conf/iconference/LenstraA12 fatcat:t2ry73qydnctbbkq2e4utps55i

Opening Access to collections: the making and using of open digitised cultural content

Melissa Terras, Professor G.E. Gorman and Professor Jennifer
2015 Online information review (Print)  
It demonstrates that increasingly open licensing of digital cultural heritage content is creating opportunities for researchers in the arts and humanities for both access to and analysis of cultural heritage  ...  This paper situates the activity of digitisation to increase access to cultural and heritage content alongside the objectives of the Open Access movement.  ...  access to digitised cultural and heritage content.  ... 
doi:10.1108/oir-06-2015-0193 fatcat:xujqnycg4za5limb4cj6uyitom

Preserving ritual food as intangible cultural heritage through digitisation. The case of Portugal

Makhabbat Ramazanova, Cristina Lopes, Helena Albuquerque, Isabel Vaz de Freitas, Joana Quintela, Patrícia Remelgado
2022 International Conference on Tourism Research  
The present work reflects the perspectives of the project´s target group, represented by cultural organisations and stakeholders on the importance and ways of preserving this intangible cultural heritage  ...  The results of the work are intended to raise the awareness of the target group about the process of digitisation of intangible cultural heritage, which in turn leads to the preservation of traditional  ...  This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.  ... 
doi:10.34190/ictr.15.1.243 fatcat:27t5uz2fqjgjjgdxunlq3orin4

The Challenge of the Heritage of Protest Movements

Ewa Manikowska
2022 Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research  
While pointing out definitional issues with digital heritage, my analysis also demonstrates the need to integrate and interrelate digital heritage within the wider framework of cultural heritage, its preservation  ...  This article, by analysing the recent RRC projects of the 2020/21 protests against the abortion ban in Poland, aims to inscribe them in the current discussions on the preservation of digital heritage.  ...  A few days later, Marcinkowski donated the printouts of the poster to the Museum of Gdansk (MG).  ... 
doaj:e6778a7445f342e39437aab5fcabb967 fatcat:5mvjqbkq6rclrjy24cilyg6pci

�Breaking the glass : preserving social history in virtual environments

Iryna Kuksa, Deborah Tuck
2011 International Journal of Arts and Technology  
Traditional museums and heritage sites have evolved from the 'cabinets of curiosity' that focused mainly on the authority of the voice organising content, to the places that offer interactivity as a means  ...  to experience historical and cultural events of the past.  ...  Acknowledgement We would like to acknowledge the contributions made by Roma Patel, who is one of the principal researchers of the Narrating the Past project.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijart.2011.043447 fatcat:n53tu7ibnrcufetxu6pmd6fqka

ICTs and Smart Territories. The Knowledge and Use of the UNESCO Heritage by Using the QR Codes System

Luisa Sturiale, Maria Rosa Trovato
2015 International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Sustainable Agri-production and Environment  
, and cultural values.  ...  To this end, in a period characterised by deep recession and by crisis in the markets, new forms of exploitation of the heritage must be put in place.  ...  The work has fully been carried out in collaboration between the two authors who share responsability completely. Paragraphs  ... 
dblp:conf/haicta/SturialeT15 fatcat:pwn4iott3jdn5o4zptxmyj25lm

Locloud D6.3: Final Dissemination Report

Sheena Bassett, Kate Fernie
2016 Zenodo  
This deliverable provides an account of all dissemination activities carried out by LoCloud during over the thirty-six months of the project.  ...  ., 2015, LoCloud: Local heritage online and in the cloud.  ...  A summary newsletter is distributed to email lists, and the full newsletter is uploaded to the project website.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1401365 fatcat:34twy73gira3bjt6xy522prt44

Making Earthworks Visible: The Example of the Oswestry Heritage Comics Project

John Swogger
2019 Offa's Dyke Journal  
The example of the Oswestry Heritage Comics Project demonstrates how the use of informational comics can raise awareness of heritage which, though highly visible, can be readily overlooked.  ...  Comics have the potential to make these monuments better understood, and thus more visible to – and potentially more valued by – the communities which live alongside them.  ...  However, a recent online survey for the Oswestry Heritage Comics project suggested respondents (n = 1% of Facebook readers) found the comic not only entertaining and informative, but easier to process  ... 
doi:10.23914/odj.v1i0.254 fatcat:ul7ie2mvvze33j4fvjlgijephu

Locloud D7.7: Final Report

Kate Fernie, All Partners
2016 Zenodo  
This report marks the end of a successful three-year project that ran from 1 March 2013 to the 29th February 2016.  ...  The website provides general information about the project and its consortium members, news related to the project, access to resources (deliverables, reports and information about LoCloud Services) and  ...  With the advent of information technology and the increased availability of cultural heritage online for the general public, there is an increasing need to improve browsing functionalities to improve the  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1402027 fatcat:l64wjdd7obbkde2uapyceds7a4

Unlocking radio broadcasts

Mette Skov, Marianne Lykke
2012 Proceedings of the 4th Information Interaction in Context Symposium on - IIIX '12  
This poster reports the preliminary results of a user study uncovering the information seeking behaviour of humanities scholars dedicated to radio research.  ...  The study is part of an interdisciplinary research project on radio culture and auditory resources.  ...  the access and use of cultural heritage resources.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2362724.2362779 dblp:conf/iiix/SkovL12 fatcat:dco6koyelnevdik7eqdlkwhkea

PATHS: Personalising access to cultural heritage spaces

K. Fernie, Paul Clough, Paula Goodale, Mark Hall, Eneko Agirre, Oier Lopez de Lacalle, Runar Bergheim
2012 2012 18th International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia  
Digitisation of the cultural heritage means that a significant amount of material is now available through online digital library portals.  ...  However, the vast quantity of cultural heritage material can also be overwhelming for many users who lack knowledge of the collections, subject knowledge and the specialist language used to describe this  ...  We acknowledge the contribution of all project partners involved in PATHS (  ... 
doi:10.1109/vsmm.2012.6365960 dblp:conf/vsmm/FernieGSCGHACALPB12 fatcat:23fvvqkmfzbnxopq3tyhcypwpi

Locloud D6.1: Initial Dissemination Plan

Barbara Morganti, Kate Fernie, Tom Usher, Carol Usher
2013 Zenodo  
This document presents a dissemination strategy for LoCloud, covering months 1 to 24 of the project.  ...  activities carried out by the project partners throughout the entire project duration.  ...  on developing novel information technology for improved information access to data from the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Cultural Heritage TBD 2014 International Conference on Technology,  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1401463 fatcat:fmdahrn6avb7xiuwbn5rpgmwma

Carare - D6.8: Carare National Workshops Report (Final)

Sheena Bassett, Stuart Jeffrey, Joanne Mallia, Emilia Masci, Agnieszka Oniszczuk, Alberto Sánchez, Arturo Ruiz, Ana Martinez, Francisco Gómez, Johan Carlström, Kristine Hoff-Meyer, Indrek Eensaar (+12 others)
2013 Zenodo  
Academic institutions such as ADS and SNS opted to organise their workshops at selected international conferences whilst other cultural heritage organisations such as CAAI and NPU held their own events  ...  The project planned that each country partner would hold a National Dissemination Workshop during the third year of the CARARE Project.  ... was launched in 2008, with the goal of making Europe's cultural and scientific heritage accessible to the public.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.573702 fatcat:zvcsvv3jtrehzpo2gld6fyj3mm
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