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Tech Breakfast: Visual Cultural Heritage as Digitized Data

Thu
4
Nov
Time Thursday 4 November, 2021 at 08:00 - 10:00
Place ZOOM

Museums and other heritage institutions are highly involved in digitalization. This seminar looks at critical inquires on how digitalization is implemented in the development of ordering, sharing and maintaining collection digitally.

 

Readings:

Jennie Choi and Giovanna Fiorion-Innance, “Information Management Systems at the Metropolitan Museum of Art”, Christine M. Angel and Caroline Fuchs (eds), Organization, Representation and Description Through the Digital Age : Information in Libraries, Archives and Museums, Walter de Gruyter, 2018, https://search.ub.umu.se/permalink/46UMEA_INST/1v5n3j5/alma992144296480499

 

Dahlgren et.al. The Politics of Meta Data (2021)
https://search.ub.umu.se/permalink/46UMEA_INST/1l5esu/cdi_crossref_primary_10_14361_dcs_2020_0202
https://search.ub.umu.se/permalink/46UMEA_INST/1l5esu/cdi_crossref_primary_10_14361_dcs_2020_0212

 

Eva Pietroni and Daniele Ferdani “Virtual Restoration and Virtual Reconstruction in Cultural Heritage: Terminology, Methodologies, Visual Representation Techniques and Cognitive Models”, Information, 2021, 12(4), 167; https://doi.org/10.3390/info12040167

Organizer: Humlab
Event type: Group meeting
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