- Amsterdam (The Netherlands), 14 September 2017
There is an unprecedented amount of data on the Web today. However, this data is only as useful as its quality allows it to be. Data Quality is an important topic in companies and organizations that use and/or disseminate large … Continue reading →
- Contributions are encouraged in media studies, digital humanities, television and media history. Deadline for proposals 2 October 2017.
Considering the relevance of audiovisual material as perhaps the biggest wave of data to come in the near future (Smith, 2013, IBM prospective study) its relatively modest position within the realm of Digital Humanities conferences is remarkable. The objective of … Continue reading →
Tag: cultural heritage
“Connecting Society through Culture…the power of partnerships, open data and cutting edge technology” The Europeana plenary aims to: inspire new ideas showcase innovative approaches to digitised content connect people and concepts to help realise ideas You will have the … Continue reading
Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages and National Geographic Society cooperate into this project “Enduring Voices” which strives to preserve endangered languages by documenting the languages and cultures with the most unique, poorly understood, or threatened indigenous languages. Continue reading
Heritage generally refers to something inherited from the past. The word has several different senses, including natural heritage, food heritage, tradition… Continue reading
There are zillions of websites, and they are constantly changing and even disappearing. Often they contain information that is only available online, therefore it is swiftly rising to the world’s attention a relevant matter about the potential loss of information.
Australia’s solution is called PANDORA. Continue reading
As digital information is becoming more ubiquitous and indispensable and at the same time extremely fragile, there is the need to provide tools and techniques for secure, reliable and cost-effective preservation of digitally encoded information for the indefinite future. Continue reading