DigiCULT.Info is a quarterly electronic journal presenting current news,
articles, interviews, opinions, and issues related to cultural heritage and
the information society. Our aim is to bring developing projects and
initiatives to a wider audience, to demonstrate the use of technologies and
standards, and to provide greater access to the expertise and experiences of
fellow cultural heritage professionals.
DigiCULT.info 10, October 2005
Prototyping, augmented reality, digital archives from Greece, BIRTH television archive, VICODI and the semantic Web, InterPARES2, NEMO, and more news from our regional correspondents
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DigiCULT.info 9, November 2004
Examinging digital contextualisation for knowledge acquisition - reproducing
Greek masks for performance - Austrian digital heritage - news from
DigiCULT's Regional Correspondents - examining technologies and cultural
heritage - Te Ara digital encyclopedia - thoughts on born-digital art - DiVA
academic archive - new guides on digitisation - DSpace in a university
trial - event reports
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DigiCULT.info 8, August 2004
For the first time, DigiCULT has devoted a section of this publication
to a detailed focus on the cultural and scientific heritage work being
carried out in one particular country.
DigiCULT.Info's Content Editor, Daisy Abbott, spent a week interviewing
sector professionals in France and their thoughts and experiences are
presented in this special section, alongside articles and reports from
French projects and events.
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DigiCULT.Info 7, April 2004
Replica of La Dama de Elche using 3D scanning and printing technologies -
DigiCULT user survey - projects on e-learning - Spanish archives on the
Web - interview with Susan Hazan - digitisation projects in Italy -
interview with Paolo Buonora - more from DigiCULT's Regional Correspondents
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DigiCULT.Info 6, December 2003
DigiCULT introduces our regional correspondents - using 3D technologies in
heritage projects - content management - new open source tools - action in the preservation of memory - the object of learning - IRCAM digital sound archive - our knowledge society - news and events.
DigiCULT.Info 5, November 2003
ARKive and educational games - human language technologies - introduction to Applications Service Providers - astronomical photo archive, interview with Jean-Pierre de Cuyper - news for European projects - DAVID - DELOS - E-CultureNet - open source solutions - digitisation in Turkish libraries - Open Video Archive.
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DigiCULT.Info 4, August 2003
Focus on the use of 3D visualisation technologies in archaeological
study - the emulation of BBC Domesday - introduction to LESTER and ESDS - a
discussion of the YLE sound archive.
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DigiCULT.Info 3, February 2003
DigiCULT.Info 2, October 2002
DAMS thematic forum - interview with Michael Moon - interview with John Ippolito: conceptual art and digital preservation - strategies for digital libraries - European Network of Excellence on Electronic Archives - events reports.
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DigiCULT.Info 1, July 2002
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