Script is everywhere! And it speaks of our history …
This year’s Palaeography course (March-May 2015) for the Master Degree students in “Organization and Administration of the Cultural and Environmental Heritage” will provide an overview on the evolution of Latin Script and show it as a tangible part of our cultural heritage waiting to be discovered, understood, protected and valued. Moreover the lectures will trace a path from traditional to new digital methodologies by using the digital archives available on the international platform Monasterium.Net and by actively engaging the students by employing Monasterium’s tool MOM-Ca.
The course is organized in the context of ENArC – European Network on Archival Cooperation (EU Culture Programme 2007-2013) and co:op – Community as Opportunity. The creative Archives’ and Users’ network (Creative Europe. Support Programme for Europe’s Cultural and Creative Sectors from 2014).
New times, new use-cases: digital repositories in archives and libraries
This workshop aims at describing how different meta data schemes and OAI-PMH protocols can be integrated into one management system. It will furthermore analyze data from Europeana (EDM) in view of how it can be applied to archives and libraries within the context of LInked Open Data.
The Seminar “The Archival Military System in the Community of Madrid” aims to raise awareness towards the panorama of military archives that are based in the Community of Madrid.
To that end, it will be introduced with a lecture on the Archival Military System with respect to the Spanish State. Then there will be two round tables; one focused about central and general archives, and the other historical archives.
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