22/03/10 The week in cultural heritage online

March 2010 Archive

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 for researching historical sources by linking up existing databases. This sounds like an exciting project […]

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 in online access and innovation should take a look at the JISC call on Access to […]

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 in September] Te Ara – The economy and the city Last night the rain drummed […]

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 the new episode of Mad Men, I sat down to read the latest EU report (120 […]

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