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What’s an open-air museum? What is it for? How can it be preserved? Open-air museums are the faithful reconstruction of medieval villages. Starting from the discovery of (pre)history archaeological sites and architectural sources, experts and professionals are able to recreate … Continue reading →
- Gastronomy, hunting, perfume-makers, tapestry carried out using techniques handed down from hundreds of years
Text by Caterina Sbrana. In our virtual tour across the intangible cultural heritage, after the story of the experience of South China Research Center of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, we get to discover the Patrimoine Culturel … Continue reading →
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img. from Europeana Pro blog. The European Union is now consulting on what the priorities will be for the first two years of the Digital Europe Programme, the new funding programme currently preparing for 2021-2022. Sufficient support for digital culture … Continue reading →
The EUDAT 2nd conference held on 28-30 Oct 2013 in Rome, was the ideal setting to showcase these services and outline the roll out phase as well as to offer hands-on training. Discussions on the new set of EUDAT services were also a feature of the conference with semantic annotation, dynamic data & workflows addressed, a natural follow on to the Working Group discussions that were held in Barcelona in Sept. 2013. Continue reading
The session, organised by DCH-RP, SCIDIPES, APARSEN, EUDAT, CHAIN REDS and SCAPE, brought together projects and initiatives working world-wide in the domain of DCH, digital arts, digital performances, digital humanities and digital preservation to find synergies and discuss opportunities for cooperation, in particular around the theme of using e-infrastructures for the preservation of DCH. Continue reading
This is a standard-based web 2.0 demonstrative platform that enables search in parallel in different online repositories of linked data. The users can search across the tens of millions of resources contained in the CHAIN-REDS Knowledge Base as well as in the Europeana, Cultura Italia and Isidore repositories. The service is available both in a web-based version and with a mobile app. Continue reading
A joint CHAIN-REDS and eI4Africa Workshop was organised under the aegis of the European Commission and in co-location with big event UbuntuNet Connect 2013. The event took place on November 13 in Kigali, Rwanda Continue reading
The main themes about “Infrastructures in the Digital Age: the Data Challenge” and “e-Infrastructure commons” were discussed in two tracks, including speeches by very important and international experts. The workshop organized by e-IRG was held under the Lithuanian EU Presidency of the European Union. Continue reading
The EGI Technical Forum 2013 was held in Madrid at the Meliá-Castilla Hotel & Convention Centre. The event was being organised with the support of the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness of Spain, the Spanish National Research Council and Red IRIS. On 18th september was scheduled a workshop on VRC Project cases with a presentation related to DCH-RP project that it was taken by R.Vanderbroucke and A. Fresa… Continue reading
Towards an e-infrastructure for the Digital Cultural Heritage sector and the humanities research: which are the needs and the requirements of the DCH?
How can this sector benefit from the new and innovative solutions offered by the e-Infrastructures?
Experts tries to answer these question. Continue reading