VALA2018 Session 5 Mason

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360-degree model for archival data sharing: humanities and GLAM interoperability

Tuesday 13 February 2018, 15:20 – 15:50

Ingrid Mason


Sarah Nisbet

eResearch South Australia

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In the Cultures and Communities project, common cross-community aims to make archival information accessible and reusable for academic research, and to share data, have been realised. The API developed through the project supports systematic access to archival data and derived data publishing, and has demonstrated the value of a 360-degree model for data sharing and interoperability. The 360-degree model enables humanities and GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives, and museums) cross-community collaboration and can be broadly applied to enabling systematic access to data in cultural collections for all Australian research.


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