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2019

MaDiH : Mapping Digital Heritage in Jordan

Jordanie

Department for International Development UKAID

Titre : MaDiH : Mapping Digital Heritage in Jordan

Pays : Jordanie

Numéro du projet : GB-GOV-13-FUND—Newton-AH_S011722_1

Organismes de mise en œuvre : King’s College London

Durée : Actual Start 01 Feb 2019 // Actual End30 Apr 2021

Objectifs
MaDiH will research and analyse Jordanian digital cultural heritage infrastructure, assets, tools, and systems, to prepare the ground for a subsequent phase of infrastructure and systems development, expand the Jordanian digital cultural heritage community, and transfer knowledge to the United Kingdom cultural heritage and research sectors. Objectives, in order of priority, are : 1. Identify relevant national and international policies, frameworks, and standards and make recommendations for their future development and/or implementation in a policy white paper. 2. Identify necessary improvements to existing infrastructure, systems, and tools and make recommendations for their future development in a technical white paper. 3. Identify existing online and offline datasets, and list them in a publicly available prototype national data catalogue. 4. Produce a prototype national heritage portal. 5. Transfer knowledge about Research Software Engineering (RSE) from King’s Digital Lab to Jordan, and transfer knowledge about Jordanian computer science and digital cultural heritage from Jordan to the United Kingdom. 6. Enable Jordan’s digital cultural heritage community through a series of events involving government, university, and technology sector stakeholders. 7. Disseminate knowledge gained from the project via a basic website.

Financement : UK - Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Project budget : £202,516

Présentation (UKAID)

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