Images For The Future – Research Blog

This blog is the discussion forum of the project Images for the Future. Participants of the project blog about the latest news, research and experiences in the project. Images for the Future is  the largest digitization and preservation project the Netherlands has ever seen, running from 2007-2014. Images of the Future is a project from EYE, Sound and Vision, National …

Fresh + New(er) blog

Fresh+New is a blog primarily written by Seb Chan previously of the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, and currently the Director of Digital & Emerging Mediathe of Smithsonian, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. The purpose of the site is to act as a repository and sounding board for discussions around digital media and its use in museums. It evolved from a team discussion …

Open Planets Foundation

The Open Planets Foundation has been established following the Planets Project. It aims to provide practical solutions and expertise in digital preservation, building on the research and development outputs of the Planets project. This is its website, containing a knowledgebase and a wiki on digital preservation. There are several tools and services available as well as information on the Planets …

Preserving Access to Digital Information (PADI)

The National Library of Australia’s Preserving Access to Digital Information (PADI) initiative aims to provide mechanisms that will help to ensure that information in digital form is managed with appropriate consideration for preservation and future access. The PADI website is a subject gateway to digital preservation resources. It has an associated discussion list for the exchange of news and ideas …

EPOCH Network of Excellence in Open Cultural Heritage

EPOCH is a network of about a hundred European cultural institutions joining their efforts to improve the quality and effectiveness of the use of Information and Communication Technology for Cultural Heritage. Participants include university departments, research centres, heritage institutions, such as museums or national heritage agencies, and commercial enterprises, together endeavouring to overcome the fragmentation of current research in this …