Tag: Digital Cultural Heritage

EGI community forum 2014
E-infrastructures and services for data preservation and curation @ EGI CF 2014, Helsinki

Aim of this workshop, organised by DCH-RP project, was to present the first concrete results of the cooperation between different projects aimed to the development of a joint registry of services and tools for the long-term preservation of digital data and to demonstrate how these services can be tested and used by memory institutions. Continue reading


PREFORMA @ EuroMed 2016

Stefan Rohde-Enslin from the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation (SPK) will present PREFORMA at EuroMed 2016 in Cyprus. The presentation will be part of the panel “Reusing Digital Cultural Heritage: Boosting Education, Audience Engagement, Business Creation” organised by the Europeana Space project on 31 October 2016 and involving the most notable EU projects and initiatives dealing with digitised cultural heritage. Continue reading


Digital Cultural Heritage 2017

Organised by CODATA-Germany, the German National Committee on Data for Science and Technology of the International Council for Science, the DCH2017 International Conference will take place in Berlin, at the National Library, on August 30 – September 01, 2017. The conference focuses on providing key messages relating to the impact of new technologies and processes on cultural heritage. Continue reading


Israel, Haifa: PATCH 2014 with the IUI Conference

VII International Workshop on Personalized Access to Cultural Heritage (PATCH 2014) will be this year co-located with the Intelligent User Interfaces Conference (IUI), taking place in Haifa, Israel, on the 24th of February 2014. PATCH workshop aims at building a research agenda for personalization in cultural heritage Continue reading


eInfrastructures and Digital Libraries…
the Future

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


The Paris Declaration for the progress of the Digital Cultural Heritage

The shared vision of the INDICATE network is that in ten years’ time, access and use of digital cultural heritage will be available to all and that collaboration with the e-Infrastructures community will facilitate realisation of this vision. Continue reading


Conference about “Use, Re-use and Access”, prestigious event in Dublin

Hosted by the Irish Presidency of the European Union and Linked Heritage partner the Local Government Management Agency, the conference attracted an international audience of cultural heritage and memory institutions and numerous representatives of Irish local and national memory institutions. the conference featured a video message from Commissioner Neelie Kroes, who unfortunately was unable to attend the Conference in person. Commissioner Kroes emphasized the importance of an open approach to information sharing, and highlighted the role of Europeana. Continue reading


2013 Teldap International Conference

Highlighting Retrospect & Prospect as the theme, 2013 TELDAP International Conference was scheduled on March 14-16 at Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan. In 2008, Taiwan e-Learning and Digital Archive Program (TELDAP) was launched to integrate the digital archiving and e-learning projects … Continue reading


CARARE Final Conference

The CARARE Final Conference took place on 8th-9th November 2012 in Copenhagen. The programme included presentations from CARARE participants as well as a number of guest speakers, and focuses upon both the project and wider cultural heritage aspects such as sustaiability and use of digitised data. Continue reading


The 4th Euro-Mediterranean conference on Digital Cultural Heritage

Extract from the article by Steve Brewer, EGI, available on EGI’s blog. EGI, European Grid Infrastructure, was one of the protagonists of this valuable event that collected experts from the digital cultural heritage field, researchers, scientist and technicians. The common goal is to focus on interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary research on tangible and intangible Cultural Heritage, the use of cutting edge technologies for the protection, preservation, conservation, massive digitalisation and visualization/presentation of the Cultural Heritage content (archeological sites, artifacts, monuments, libraries, archives, museums, etc) Continue reading