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In the frame of the project "Linked Heritage - Coordination of Standards and Technologies for the enrichment of Europeana" funded by the European Commission, a comprehensive training programme has been designed and developed by the University of Padova (Italy) with the help and contribution of all the partners. The programme...
In the frame of the project "Linked Heritage - Coordination of Standards and Technologies for the enrichment of Europeana" funded by the European Commission, a comprehensive training programme has been designed and developed by the University of Padova (Italy) with the help and contribution of all the partners. The programme addresses key elements of the Linked Heritage project (Europeana, aggregation, metadata standards, linked data, permanent identifiers, multilingual terminologies, public-private partnerships) in order to increase technical capacity in the cultural heritage sector and deliver training materials. Linked Heritage developed an online Moodle courseware and a set of learning objects (LOs) aimed at key audiences (Cultural institution decision makers, Teachers, LIS professionals, Market experts). The course is in English, but Learning Objects have been translated in several languages. LOs are freely available on the Linked Heritage Virtual Learning Environment developed by the University of Padova (https://elearning.unipd.it/cab/course/view.php?id=4), on the project website (http://www.linkedheritage.org) and on the project showcase in DigitalmeetsCulture.net. The LOs are also hosted in the long-term preservation PHAIDRA platform (https://phaidra.cab.unipd.it/) and can be accessed via a range of channels (project website, partner sites, YouTube, FreeLOMS2 repository) under a relatively open creative commons licence (CC-BY-NC-SA).