Heritage and Science: Save the Date
- Tuesday 26 November 2019
- University Library
Witte Singel 26-27
2311 BG Leiden
Digitization affects all sectors of society. In the Digital Heritage Week (end of November), LCRDM and the Digital Heritage Network are organizing a meeting in Leiden University Library on 26 November to further explore collaboration between heritage and research.
Heritage and science
In this network meeting the heritage and research worlds come together: where do we see shared interests, principles and target groups? Where can the networks reinforce each other? Do we see opportunities to make connections between heritage and science?
Digitization affects all sectors of society. Not only in the heritage sector, but also in science. Libraries, archives and museums are working on making their (digital) collections visible, usable and sustainable. New is that the NDE digital heritage coaches help heritage institutions with this.
Within the LCRDM, research assistants (or if you want: data stewards) work together to help researchers at universities, colleges and other research institutions to use their data in the best possible way according to the FAIR principles: findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable.
Save the date!
Registration for this meeting is not possible yet. As soon as there is more information, read it on weekvanhetdigitaalerfgoed.nl/events/