Front Page Slide Show

  • Egypt, Philae, Temple of Isis

  • Greece, Sounion, Temple of Poseidon

  • India, Jaipur, Jal Mahal

  • China, Shanghai, Yue Gardens

  • Italy, Pisa, Piazza dei Cavalieri

  • Egypt, Abu Simbel, Temple of Ramesses

  • Tunisia, Carthage, acropolis

  • India, Agra, Taj Mahal

  • China, Beijing, Summer Palace

  • Italy, Pisa, Cathedral

The Cultural Heritage Programme

The Cultural Heritage Programme builds on existing academic excellence in the University of Oxford's Humanities teaching and research and facilitates its collaboration with Social Sciences, MPLS, Museums and Collections, Grounds and Buildings. It stimulates new academic partnerships and encourages greater public engagement. It advances and transfers knowledge, particularly in technology, management and conservation, trains the next generation for leadership, and participates in global heritage and technology policy-making. It is a web-based platform for cultural heritage interests within and beyond academe. 

 

Information Workbench

Information Workbench as a Platform for Building Semantic Cultural Heritage Applications. The semantic integration platform unifies semantic data management with innovative cloud management tools. This seminar was hosted by the e-Research Centre at the University of Oxford, given by Dominic Oldman, Barry Norton and Peter Haase on ResearchSpace.

 

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