Just came across an interesting report by The Collections Trust on the use of digital technologies in the heritage sector. A little bit old but well worth a read : http://www.hlf.org.uk/aboutus/howwework/Documents/HLF_digital_review.pdf
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The Digital Licensing Framework (DLF) contest challenges you to develop innovative systems and services that help the exchange of licensing information between copyright holders and users in music, publishing or museums and galleries.
Entrants will be given the opportunity to work with leading rights holders such as Bridgeman Art Library, EMI, Pearson, PRS for Music and Tate in a trial with IC tomorrow’s digital platform.
Applicants are asked to submit their pitches online by noon Thursday, 22nd March [read more →]
Call for Proposals
Issue 117: Radical Histories in Digital Culture
Abstract Deadline: due January 31, 2012
The Radical History Review seeks submissions for an issue that will explore the political and historical implications of the accelerated proliferation of digital culture in the first decade of the 21st century.
We are now in the midst of a dramatic cultural and political change as digital culture in the form of personal communication devices, online social networking sites, instant mass messaging, multiuser video games, and numerous other [read more →]