To continue with CAA sessions here is another one: Digital archaeology in the 21st century promotes an interdisciplinary approach, which requires to model complex systems in line with the policies of international research and in close connection with the socio-economic …

Electronic resources for archaeology: from databases to digital open data Read more »

Today’s batch of videos come from CAA, the international conference, in Siena, Italy. I was privileged enough to be there and lucky that some session organisers and presenters agreed to let me film them. The first session up is about …

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I was in London this week for the Linked Pasts event, where I presented on trends and practices for open data in cultural heritage. Linked Pasts was a colloquium put on by the Pelagios project (Leif Isaksen, Elton Barker and …

The good, the bad, and the unstructured… Open data in cultural heritage Read more »

Culture Everywhere helps organisations engage communities Culture Everywhere wins Nesta and ODI’s Heritage and Culture Open Data Challenge. The new platform uses open data to help organisations support and engage communities An online platform that helps arts and heritage organisations …

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Nesta and the Open Data Institute are running the Heritage and Culture Open data Challenge. Three finalists have been announced, and featured on BBC Click Radio. The three finalists are: City Radar we aim to develop a Software as a …

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Guest post by: Briony Phillips I spent the last weekend being inspired by an eclectic group of entrepreneurs, economists, knitters, project managers and developers who had a shared interest in how we can inject some fresh, data driven ideas and …

Can Open Data revolutionise Heritage and Culture? There’s £50,000 to help you find out Read more »