Digitalizing the Proceedings of the Bulgarian Museums, or How to Rescue from Oblivion Priceless Studies on the Cultural Heritage
Keywords:Digital Library, Virtual Museum, Functionality, Services, Standards, Digitalization, Cultural Heritage, Proceedings
AbstractThe priceless knowledge from the scientific periodicals, published by Bulgarian museums, has fallen into oblivion over the years. In the era of electronic information, the opportunity arises this once lost knowledge to be made Open Access - free of all restrictions on access. Upon digitilization and correct annotation of the museum paper editions followed by providing them on the Internet for free access, there will be offered scope for a more comprehensive study of the Bulgarian cultural heritage, an integral part of which are the works of its researchers. Registering content in platforms such as Europeana / Bulgariana and setting common standards to facilitate finding the information will be the next challenge for the followers of the idea of cultural heritage digital repositories.
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