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developed is called Edition Production
Technology (EPT) and is build on top of
Eclipse (http://eclipse.org) a programming
environment selected for its collaborative
teaching and learning features. It is hoped
that the tools will provide practical solu-
tions in the preservation and use of hand-
written manuscripts.
W
ith all the technology advance-
ment whizzing by on our
screens, Paola Moscati asks whether we
are aware of the effect that such progress
is having on the research methods used to
study the cultural heritage material. Her
journal Archeologia e Calcolatori first pub-
articles. Readers will find much in these
reports of value as they produce a picture
of the extent to which ICT continues to
transform management, study, interpreta-
tion, presentation, and use and enjoyment
of the cultural and scientific heritage across
Europe. There are a few European coun-
tries that do not yet have a national cor-
respondent and those interested should
contact the DigiCULT.Info Content Editor,
Daisy Abbott at D.Abbott@hatii.arts.gla.
ac.uk. To our current correspondents the
Editors wish to extend our warm thanks
for all your efforts that have helped to
make DigiCULT.Info so rich in content.
Seamus, John & Daisy.
lished in 1990 is dedicated to this inves-
tigation. Her fifteen years of experience
leaves us with the cautionary message that:
`Methods and results are the most impor-
tant thing, not the technology used to
achieve them, and often the "wide" solu-
tions offered by the application of some
technologies overlook the scientific part of
discovery´.
D
igiCULT continues to extend its
network of regional correspond-
ents. Their work is increasingly central to
our activities as not only do they contrib-
ute quarterly reviews of activities in their
countries, but they point the DigiCULT
team to topics and authors for feature
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