Carare - D6.9: Report On The Carare Network And Community

Bassett. Sheena, Kate Fernie, Mikkel Christoffersen, Christos Chamzas, Dan Matei, Alberto Sanchez, Hans De Haan, Hella Hollander, Ann Degraeve, Ingrida Vosyliute, Agnieszka Oniszczuk-Rakowska, Henk Alkemade (+4 others)
2013 Zenodo  
The participants in the CARARE project has established a strong community over the three years of working together, building up a close network of pan-European colleagues and friends both socially and professionally. CARARE has brought together a range of cultural heritage organisations whose main interest is archaeology and who have varying roles and experience in digitisation and metadata. This has proved to be invaluable, especially to some of the smaller organisations, who have been able to
more » ... learn and adopt best practice within their own organisations and to promote these to fellow national institutions in the same field. The CARARE metadata schema is considered to be very good and highly fit for purpose and has been adopted by several of the partners as the in-house de facto standard, facilitating the supply of new content to Europeana as well as encouraging the digitisation of more resources along with the creation of metadata.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.573688 fatcat:njh4qwqyqrehpgfb2jbbcoukpu