Tag Archives: museums

Scholars call for museum dedicated to Tokyo Trials

(14 November 2016) A commemorative museum dedicated to the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, known as the Tokyo Trials, was suggested by scholars at a two-day forum in Shanghai on Saturday to mark the 70th anniversary of the opening of the trials. The trials were convened on April 29, 1946, to try the […]


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cilip selects Top 6 library and information stories from September 2016

(27 September 2016) cilip has collected  some of the interesting, contentious and important library and information stories that were discussed around the world this September. They include  data and the role of librarians; and copyright and hyperlinks. Click here to see all six with comments and links.


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Everyone can visit the International Museum of Children’s Art

(12 March 2016) Artstor and The International Museum of Children’s Art have released approximately 200 images of works of art from the museum’s collection in the Artstor Digital Library. The International Museum of Children’s Art (Det Internasjonale Barnekunstmuseet) in Oslo, Norway is the world’s first museum dedicated to art created by children, and today contains artworks by […]


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Australian museums must innovate or risk becoming ‘digital dinosaurs’

(16 September 2014) Released today by CSIRO, an analysis of Australia’s galleries, libraries, archives and museums (or GLAM industry) has revealed that digital innovation in the sector is inconsistent and isolated. The report provides a roadmap for the industry in order for it to maximise the potential of the digital economy. With Australia’s rapid uptake […]


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PNC 2014 call for papers

(13 June 2014) The PNC 2014 Annual Conference and Joint Meetings, 21-23 October, Taipei, Taiwan, has called for papers.  Focusing on the collaboration between digital technology and  museums, the main theme this year is Museum Computing: An Approach to Bridging Cultures, Communities and Science. Topics include digital libraries, images, cloud computing, data mining and big data. More […]


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