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Digital Cultural Heritage: Theory and Practice

Cultural heritage and digital technologies are viewed as interconnected entities, where there is no relationship of dependency to any party at the expense of the other. This complementary relationship can create unique products that blend national cultural heritage with contemporary developments and changes. Read More

  • News
  • 19 February 2024

Digitising in the field. An introduction (The IFLA PAC Open Webinar 5/10)

A free webinar on July 28th, 2PM (CEST) at https://tinyurl.com/IFLA-PAC-webinar-5  IFLA’s PAC Centre for digital preservation hosted at the National Library of Poland is holding a series of 10 webinars to walk beginners through the route to basic understanding of digitisation projects. During the fifth webinar in the series, speakers… Read More

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  • 25 July 2022

Available Now! The 2nd Edition of the UNESCO/PERSIST Guidelines for the Selection of Digital Heritage for Long-Term Preservation

To enable the enduring preservation of and access to documentary cultural heritage, including in digital form, in line with the UNESCO 2015 Recommendation, steps must be taken to preserve digitised and born-digital materials. The volume of digital information is almost incalculable, and continues to grow, which presents a significant challenge. Read More

  • News
  • 22 September 2021