Digital Cultural Heritage India

Digital Cultural Heritage is an initiative of the University of Oxford’s Cultural Heritage Programme (http://culturalheritage.ox.ac.uk). Digital Cultural Heritage India was a three-day event held in Oxford (16-18 September 2015) to explore the challenges and opportunities of the new Web of Linked Data for academic research, heritage organizations and policy makers.

For those who were not able to attend we are pleased to be able to present videos of the following talks:

 

India and the University of Oxford - Mr. Loren Griffith

 

The Cultural Heritage Programme and Digital Cultural Heritage - Professor Donna Kurtz [view presentation]

 

Digital Cultural Heritage India - Dr. Vandana Sinha [view presentation]

 

Museums Of India - Mr. Pramod Jain [view presentation]

 

A dynasty's custodianship of heritage - on behalf of the Maharajah of Udaipur

 

Digital Cultural Heritage India - Mr. Srinivas Gotru, Minister Of Culture

 

 

Digital Cultural Heritage India - Professor Anne Trefethen [view presentation]

 

Heritage Big Data - Professor David De Roure [view presentation]

 

CLAROS: a Linked Data pilot - Professor Donna Kurtz [view presentation]

 

Opening, linking & sharing data - Dominic Oldman [view presentation]

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