Monthly Archives: March 2010

22/03/10 The week in cultural heritage online

[This week’s guest post is written by Gemma Sturtridge, Assistant Collections Officer at the Museum of Croydon] This week I came across the launch of the Connected Histories Project.  Once completed this aims to become the first port of call

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15/03/10 The week in cultural heritage online

[This week’s post is written by Nick Poole, CEO, Collections Trust] It’s been quite a week for Digital cultural heritage! The first stop was a series of new funding calls from various UK and European agencies. Those of you interested

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08/03/10 The week in cultural heritage online

[This week’s guest post is by Paul Reynolds from McGovern Online. Paul is based in Auckland , New Zealand. He consults to the museum library and gallery sector in Australasia. He blogs at People Points. He will be in London

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01/03/10 The week in cultural heritage online

[This week’s guest post is by Jane Finnis, Director, Culture24] Portal pain and Wikipedia love Why is the European Commission still convinced that people want their online culture served up via a hideously named “one-stop-shop” portal? Last Wednesday, instead of watching

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