Here, we collect publications to help you with your digital archiving practice – making it easy for you to find relevant reports, records, tender dossiers and tech blogs from meemoo itself.
|30/11/2021||Report||Digitising Born-digital material Digital archiving Linked (open) data Rights & privacy Digital strategy Metadata||screenreader.read more about this publication|
|7/2021||Report||Metadata||screenreader.read more about this publication|
|16/11/2020||Record||Digitising Born-digital material Linked (open) data Digital strategy Metadata||screenreader.read more about this publication|
|2015||Report||Digital archiving Metadata||screenreader.read more about this publication|
|2014||Report||Digital archiving Metadata||screenreader.read more about this publication|
We receive more and more helpdesk requests in our virtual letterbox every year. In 2020, we counted almost 300 requests for advice from over 150 different people and organisations. But who actually calls on our services, what requests do they make, and what do they think of us? We explain everything here.
Metadata's the engine that makes information accessible in various ways and allows content partners to curate their own archive content. Also for meemoo, metadata is crucial for the creation and execution of efficient internal processes and service provision.
At meemoo, we’re extremely proud of the well-stocked toolbox we use to support you and your work. In order to give organisations a helping hand with specific expertise tools, we organised a first coaching day on 22 October 2020 – with DPF Manager, CultURIze and the Digital Maturity Self-Assessment Tool taking centre stage.
In this report, we look back on the project relating to a common thesaurus carried out by the Dutch Institute for Sound and Vision and meemoo. Between September 2015 and June 2016, this project was carried out with financing from the Dutch Language Union. This report is available in dutch only.
Over the course of 2013 and 2014, this study was carried out in collaboration with iMinds (now imec) and a number of players in the heritage and culture sector. This report is available in dutch only.
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At projectcest.be you can learn how to use standards in the creation and management of your digital cultural heritage collections, as well as how to make them accessible.