I’ve been a bad blogger lately (though I do have some good excuses*), so make up for it here’s an interesting new resource from UKOLN – their Cultural Heritage site provides a single point of access to ‘a variety of resources on a range of issues of particular relevance to the cultural heritage sector’.
Topics currently include ‘collection description, digital preservation, metadata, social networking services, supporting the user experience and Web 2.0’. Usefully, the site includes IntroBytes – short briefing documents aimed at supporting use of networked technologies and services in the cultural heritage sector and an Events listing. Most sections seem to have RSS feeds, so you can subscribe and get updates when new content or events are added.
* Excuses include: (offline) holidays, Virgin broadband being idiots, changing jobs (I moved from the Museum of London to an entirely front-end role at the Science Museum) and I’ve also just started a part-time MSc in Human-Centred Systems at City University’s School of Informatics.