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igiCULT aims to engage the cultural
heritage community in a dialogue
on the effective application of technology,
and among the ways that we attempt to do
this is through our website.
W
ith the development of an Online
Comment System (OCS), users
can now comment on drafts of the Digi-
CULT Technology Watch Briefings, adding
valuable input before they are finally
bundled together to form the DigiCULT
Technology Watch Report.The interface
is a simple easy to use PDF document
that presents itself in a split frame allowing
users to view simultaneously the PDF
document, see the comments that they
have already made on the document, and
to write and submit additional comments.
W
e invite the heritage community
to participate in sharing their
knowledge and experiences in selecting,
implementing and managing technologies,
and thereby enriching DigiCULT's
Technology Watch Briefings and Reports.
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ccess DigiCULT Online Comment
System at http://www.digicult.info/
pages/twb.php
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The DigiCULT events database with auto-
matic updates provides the cultural & tech-
nology community with the opportunity to
post interesting events directly.We invite
organisers to make their events known on
the DigiCULT website.The announcements
will also be included in the newsletter. All
submissions will be filtered to maintain a
high level of applicability.
Full details at
http://www.digicult.info/pages/events.php
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In our past three issues we have published
articles only in English. In future issues we
hope to add articles in other languages
including French, German, Italian, and
Spanish.These articles will be accompanied
by English language abstracts.
To launch this new initiative we would like
to invite experts/correspondents to provide
articles relevant to the brief of DigiCULT,
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ULTILINGUAL
The print version of the Thematic Issue will
be available at selected events. If you are
organising an event and wish to distribute
this Thematic Issue to your audience, please
provide a short e-mail with details.The
Thematic Issues will be provided free of
charge in minimum amounts of fifty-sixty
per box, but please note that due to limited
numbers we will prioritise the events based
on relevance and most likely to benefit from
the material.
For further details please contact John
Pereira, john.pereira@salzburgresearch.at
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in any one of the five European
Commission working languages. Our aim is
to ensure that an increasingly broad range
of cultural heritage and scientific commu-
nities are equally empowered to participate
in the DigiCULT Initiative.
For further details please contact John
Pereira, john.pereira@salzburgresearch.at
DigiCULT Thematic Issue 2 Salzburg Research