Project results, reports, publications, presentations and other materials.
Final report - this report describes CARARE's activities and achievements over the 3 years of the project.
Report on the map enhancement to the CARARE website - CARARE developed a map-based search interface based on the Europeana API and geo data from the CARARE repository.
Report on the CARARE final conference - CARARE hosted a highly successful conference at the National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen in November 2012, this report describes the event and the proceedings.
Report on the CARARE network and community - The participants in the CARARE project has established a strong community over the three years of working together, building up a close network of pan-European colleagues and friends both socially and professionally.
Report on the CARARE international workshop - CARARE organised an international technical workshop which was held on the island of Mykonos in May 2012. This report describes the workshop and the field trip to the nearby archaeological site of Delos.
3D Case studies
D5.5 Three Documented 3D/VR Case Studies consisting of:
- Executive Summary
- Case Study 1: The Iberians
- Case Study 2: The Civil Forum of Pompeii
- Case Study 3: The Prehistory of Malta's Cultural Heritage.
Two separate folders "3D Case Studies" and "Pompeii 3D PDFs" have been created for these documents under the 3D/Virtual Reality folder.
Europeana GIS services and archaeology/architecture site data
The Europeana GIS services and archaeology/architecture site data report evaluates the use of the Europeana GIS services for the archaeology/architecture site data sector. These consist of the geo-parsing tool, gazetteer tool, map annotation tool and web mapping tool. The report also looks at the potential for enriching the place-name services in Europeana through monument inventory where geographic data is included.
Training Workshops Report
The Training Workshops Report (Deliverable 4.4.5) provides a good overview of the technologies and process used to map and upload metadata into the CARARE repository for ingestion into Europeana.
Report and recommendations on IPR
The Report and Recommendations on IPR looks at the IPR issues relating to the metadata in Europeana and the digital content itself. Other specific topics include data re-use, geospatial data and IPR in 3D/VR models.
Sustainability of Digital Curation and Access to Heritage Data
A Review and Analysis of the Sustainability of Digital Curation and Access to Heritage Data has been researched and written by ADS as it is an important objective of CARARE to define a sustainable business model and to achieve a viable and extensible aggregation service after the end of the project funding. This report provides an overview of a broad range of funding models currently adopted by organisations with a role in generating, curating and disseminating digital cultural heritage.
CARARE metadata schema and workflow
Carare has defined a metadata schema and workflow to support the delivery of metadata to the CARARE service environment and to Europeana. Details of the schema and the workflow can be found, together with details of the CARARE MINT service and MORE repository, in the documentation section.
CARARE technical approach
The White paper on the CARARE technical approach provides a very readable and detailed description of the overall technical architecture of the CARARE project. This includes the system components, the processes and roles of the contributing partners.
The report on the live harvesting system describes the system CARARE has been implemented to harvest content regarding archaeology and architecture from content providers and deliver it to Europeana. This system is comprised of two main components: the MINT tool and the MORE repository.
The testing of the CARARE harvesting and ingestion system are described in this report.
Guidelines for participating in CARARE
CARARE has written this high-level guide with managers of cultural institutions in mind who wish to know more about what is required of content owners wanting to make their content visible in Europeana: Recommendations for content providers on delivering archaeological and architectural digital content to Europeana.