I notice that my former colleagues at UKOLN have created a set of web pages pulling together support services for the cultural heritage communities …
What will you find here?
Information on a range of topics relating to the use of digital resources and technology. Follow the Topic links in the right hand side bar to see the full list of topics. Currently these include collection description, digital preservation, metadata, social networking services, supporting the user experience and Web 2.0.
Why not start with IntroBytes documents for quick introductions to a variety of topics, and then move on to Best Of to find other useful sources of information and Ariadne to keep up to date. If you are interested in attending a seminar or workshop, then consult Meet and Learn to find out what events are coming up. Just follow the links in the right hand side bar.
The set of short briefing documents, Introbytes, looks like a useful resource.
UKOLN has published a range of short briefing documents aimed at supporting use of networked technologies and services in the cultural heritage sector. The initial series of documents covers Web 2.0 (with a focus on blogs and social networks), usability, collection description, metadata and preservation. [UKOLN | Cultural Heritage | Briefing Documents]