A network of stakeholders is built by establishing connections with other cultural heritage institutions, technology projects and groups of interest. The establishment of cooperation agreements include various activities ranging from cross-dissemination, participation in the capacity building programme and other project events, trial and testing of the EUreka3D data hub and resources. This community is growing throughout the live of the project and includes
Archéosciences Bordeaux is a research laboratory at the interface of the Human and Social Sciences, and the physical, chemical and natural sciences. His areas of research focus on the chronology of human settlements, the circulation of ancient materials and techniques and imagery applied to heritage.
The Digital Humanities is an interdisciplinary institution of the University of Basel. Its task is to coordinate and promote research, teaching and infrastructure for digitisation in the humanities and social sciences. It is also a central institution in Switzerland for the theory and practice of the digital humanities and offers a Master’s programme and a Doctorate in Digital Humanities.
Giravolt, Catalan Cultural heritage’s new 3D digitisation project
Giravolt is more than the online publication of 3D models. It is a comprehensive project that promotes the use of 3D scanning technology in the field of Catalan cultural heritage. It is a collaborative initiative that traverses many fields of study to provide a new format for conservation and for raising awareness of our cultural heritage.
The International Council on Archives is dedicated to the effective management of records and the preservation, care and use of the world’s archival heritage through its representation of records and archive professionals across the globe. The ICA is a neutral, non-governmental organisation, funded by its membership, which operates through the activities of that diverse membership. For over sixty years ICA has united archival institutions and practitioners across the globe to advocate for good archival management and the physical protection of recorded heritage, to produce reputable standards and best practices, and to encourage dialogue, exchange, and transmission of this knowledge and expertise across national borders.
The INCULTUM project deals with the challenges and opportunities of cultural tourism with the aim of furthering sustainable social, cultural and economic development. It explores the full potential of marginal and peripheral areas when managed by local communities and stakeholders. Innovative participatory approaches are adopted, transforming locals into protagonists, able to reduce negative impacts, learning from and improving good practices to be replicated and translated into strategies and policies.
INSPAI, Girona Provincial Council’s Image Centre, is a specialised public service forming part of Girona Provincial Council’s Department for Culture, New Technologies, Sports and Education, and is one of few facilities dedicated specifically to the collection, processing, conservation, dissemination, creation and promotion of images, in addition to providing training and technical support to municipalities and cultural centres and facilities.
meemoo is a non-profit organisation that, with help from the Flemish Government, is committed to supporting the digital archive operations of cultural, media and government organisations. Together with partners, meemoo brings the past back to life and prepares it for the future. The organisation safeguards the archive content digitally, and make it accessible and usable.
The Finnish Heritage Agency is responsible, together with other authorities and the museum field, for protecting environments with cultural history value, archaeological culture heritage and architectural heritage, and other cultural property. It also collects and presents a culture historical national collection, studies material cultural heritage and both supports and develops the museum field nationally. It operates under the Ministry of Education and Culture.
The NALIS (National Academic Library and Information System) Foundation was established in 2009 by three major Bulgarian academic libraries in Bulgaria with the support of the America for Bulgaria Foundation. NALIS offers now more than 1 million bibliographic records in a freely accessible online catalogue and has embarked on major digitisation and retro-conversion activities. The organisation is involved in other aspects of the modern library practice as well, such as popularisation of international standards and best practices, and terminological clarifications.