Throwback: Take up your role to bring digital heritage to the user

Our colleagues Martien Nijdam and Donna Tromp recently attended the Digital Heritage Network event 'Take your role in bringing digital heritage to the user'.

During this event, current projects illustrated how collaboration between the makers of service platforms and organizations that provide information takes shape in practice and which agreements are important.

The Architecture Blueprint of the Digital Heritage Network was the common thread of this event. The blueprint provides a clear picture of what a service platform should ultimately look like and what requirements it must meet. Fascinating examples then showed how this blueprint is applied in practice on various platforms.

This was followed by an explanation of the visible application of Linked Open Data (LOD). Our collection management system Memorix Nexus was developed based on the linked data promise and it was very interesting to hear about this from a different perspective and discover how this is applied in practice.

It was a morning full of valuable insights and new perspectives for the future of digital heritage. Would you like to know more about the insights we have gained and how this blueprint is shaping the future of service platforms? Then take a look at: