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The NALIS Foundation and Forum

The activities of the NALIS Foundation are organized around a large-scale project supported by the America for Bulgaria Foundation.The main objective of the NALIS project is the creation of an online union catalogue of the academic libraries in Bulgaria. Continue reading


Arrival of the spring in English landscapes is a “classical” subject, and Hockney treats it with a modern eye, often powered thanks to new digital tools he’s always been interested in. Continue reading

APE 7th International Conference on Semantic Web, Data & Publishing

The APE – Academic Publishing in Europe – 2012 Full Conference Program has been developed by a high level Program Committee and offers a broad perspective, varying from research excellence, peer reviewing, use of information, content innovation, funding and investing, … Continue reading

Europeana 14-18 – Remembering the First World War

Europeana 1914-1918, a project funded under the Information and Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme, will create by 2014 – the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War – a substantial digital collection of material from national library collections of ten libraries in eight countries that found themselves on different sides of the historic conflict. Continue reading

DISH: conference about Digital Strategies for Heritage

DISH is a bi-annual conference that unites digital strategies with international professionals in heritage. Continue reading

Tokyo: from Florence with love

In Japan a revolutionary exhibition was recently presented: the most appreciated masterpieces that cannot be moved from Florence were showing in Tokyo, thanks to advanced digital tools. Continue reading

DC-NET – Digital Cultural heritage NETwork

DC-NET – Digital Cultural heritage NETwork is an ERA-NET (European Research Area Network) project, financed by the European Commission under the e-Infrastructure – Capacities Programme of the FP7. Continue reading

INDICATE – International Network for a Digital Cultural Heritage e-Infrastructure

The goal of the project is to coordinate policy and best practice regarding the use of e-Infrastructures for digital cultural heritage in countries all around the Mediterranean. Continue reading

ARROW Plus – Accessible Registries of Right Information and Orphan Works towards Europeana

The project aims at providing interested stakeholders with the information required to clarify the rights status of orphan and out-of-print works, so they can be cleared for digitisation and made available to the public. Continue reading