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Digital Archaeological Data Collection and Archaeological Data Repositories: How Digital Environments are leading to a Convergence of Data Collection Standards (2015)This paper discusses how the lack of standardized methods for on-site data collection has impacted the ability of archaeologists to preserve archaeological data and make it accessible for reuse. Repositories and databases, ...
(2015)Cultural heritage institutions are struggling with how they will manage their digital assets for long-term visibility, accessibility, and preservation. To date, being able to share digital content and associated metadata ...
(Re)birth And Resurrection - Digitizing Antiquity: Preparing Ancient Egyptian Collections for the Digital World at The Grand Egyptian Museum and The Egyptian Museum in Cairo (2017)Protector of thousands of years of ancient Egyptian history, the Egyptian Museum in Cairo (EMC) is home to the greatest collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities in the world. Unfortunately, the EMC has not incorporated ...
Getting into the Digital Game: The Employment of Digital Curation and Digital Preservation in University Art Museums (2016)Responding to a challenge set forth by Campus Art Museums in the 21st Century: A Conversation, this study provides a contemporary snapshot of digital curation and digital preservation practices in university art museums. ...