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n an effort to improve access to infor-
mation about events of interest to the
cultural and technology community
DigiCULT has launched an Online Events
Information Service. We invite organisers
to make their events known on the
DigiCULT website. All submissions will be
filtered to maintain a high level of applicabi-
lity.The announcements will also be inclu-
ded in the newsletter. (submit an event).
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igiCULT Thematic Issue Number 1 is now avail
able for download from the DigiCULT website.
As a synopsis of the DigiCULT Barcelona Forum on `Integrity
and Authenticity of Digital Cultural Heritage Objects',
held in Essen on May 6th 2002, it summarises and pro-
vides insight into the current thinking on the inherent
risks new technologies pose to the preservation of our
cultural and scientific heritage (jump to the PDF version).
T
he print version of the Thematic
Issue will be available at selected
events, please visit the DigiCULT website
for regular updates.
I
f 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 65 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
(become a DigiCULT ambassador).
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W
ith participating experts covering the
complete spectrum from systems
creators and integrators to end users of
digital asset management systems,
DigiCULT was provided with a unique
look into the current commercial
models and approaches to unlocking
the value of digital assets and its
transfer potential for the cultural
heritage sector.
Moderator Michael Moon, scholarly
in half-moon glasses, opened the
debate with a key presentation
defining the scope of the discussions
(see list of participants).
Thematic Issue 2 will be available in
December 2002.
DigiCULT Thematic Issue Number 1 is Now
Available Online
Distribution of Printed Thematic
Issues
Events Database for the Culture & Technologies Community Launched
Salzburg Research
Project co-ordinator
Andrea Mulrenin
,
andrea.mulrenin@salzburgresearch.at
Phone: +43-(0)662-2288-304
Guntram Geser
,
guntram.geser@salzburgresearch.at
Phone: +43-(0)662-2288-303
John Pereira
,
john.pereira@salzburgresearch.at
Phone: +43-(0)662-2288-521
Project partners
HATII
- Humanities Advanced
Technology and Information Institute
University of Glasgow
Contact: Seamus Ross,
s.ross@hatii.arts.gla.ac.uk
Pricewaterhouse Coopers
Contact: Friso Visser,
friso.visser@nl.pwcglobal.com
http://www.digicult.info
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DigiCULT Forum, Essen. Salzburg Research