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Canadian Heritage Information NetworkCHINhttps://www.canada.ca/en/heritage-information-network.html

https://github.com/chin-rcip/collections-model
The Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN), a Special Operating Agency within the Department of Canadian Heritage, offers valuable collections management resources to the Canadian museum community and online public access to millions of collections records. CHIN assists Canadian museums in documenting, managing, and sharing information about their collections, which in turn ensures that this information is accessible now and in the future.AggregatorMuseumsNationalCanada1972Philippe Michonphilippe.michon@canada.caYes!
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Linked ArtLinked.arthttps://linked.art/Linked Art is a Community working together to create a shared Model based on Linked Open Data to describe Art. We then implement that model in Software and use it to provide valuable content. It is under active development and we welcome additional partners and collaborators.ConsortiumArtwork, Museums and relatedInternationalInternational2017Rob Sandersonrobert.sanderson@yale.eduYes!
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Linked Conservation DataLCDhttps://www.ligatus.org.uk/lcd/Linked Conservation Data is a Network of partners working on improving access of conservation documentation records. The aim of the Network is to discuss and report on ways that conservation documentation can be disseminated and re-used more effectively through Linked Data.ConsortiumConservationInternational2018Athanasios Veliosa.velios@arts.ac.ukYes!
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Swiss Art Research InfrastructureSARIhttp://swissartresearch.netThe Swiss Art Research Infrastructure (SARI) is a national research infrastructure providing unified and mutual access to research data, digitised visual resources, and related reference data in the field of art history, design history, history of photography, film studies, architecture and urban planning, archaeology, history studies, religious studies, and other disciplines related to the visual studies, as well as the digital humanities at large. AggregatorArt and Architectural HistoryNationalSwitzerland20172021Thomas Hänslithomas.haensli@uzh.chYes!
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Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East
& North Africa
EAMENAhttps://eamena.arch.ox.ac.uk/Supported by the Arcadia Fund and the Cultural Protection Fund and based at the Universities of Oxford, Leicester, and Durham EAMENA was established in January 2015 to respond to the increasing threats to archaeological sites in the Middle East and North Africa. This project uses satellite imagery to rapidly record and make available information about archaeological sites and landscapes which are under threat.ConsortiumBuilt Heritage, Endangered HeritageMiddle East and North AfricaAzadeh Vafadari
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Data for History Consortiumd4hhttp://dataforhistory.org/Data for History is an international consortium founded on 24 November 2017 with the aim of improving geo-historical data interoperability in the semantic web. Its purpose is to establish a common method for modelling, curating and managing data in historical research. Such a method would provide foundational support to research projects adopting a framework of collaborative, cumulative and interoperable scientific data production and investigation. The consortium aims to build up an international community of historians and computer scientists to first develop and then maintain a common ontological model that would allow for domain specific, semantically robust data integration and interoperability. The consortium aims to build this model in the conceptual framework of the CIDOC CRM, in order to integrate to a broader cross-disciplinary modelling and data community. It begins already with the foundational modelling experience and data developed within the symogih.org project.ConsortiumHistoryInternationalFrancesco Beretta
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Mémoires des Archéologues et de Sites ArchéologiquesMASAhttps://masa.hypotheses.org/le-consortium#:~:text=Le%20consortium%20M%C3%A9moires%20des%20arch%C3%A9ologues,documentation%20produite%20par%20les%20arch%C3%A9ologues.Le consortium MASA a pour objectif la diffusion et la mise en œuvre des principes FAIR dans la communauté archéologique. Les 10 partenaires se sont engagés à s’inscrire dans cette dynamique en respectant les principes FAIR : Facile à trouver, Accessible, Interopérable et RéutilisableConsortiumArchaeologyNationalFranceXavier Rodier
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Doing Reusable Musical DataDoremushttps://www.doremus.org/Improve music description to foster music exchange and reuse. We create a FRBRoo-based data model and multilingual controlled vocabularies, specifically designed for music, along with documentation, examples and tutorials. Travel to the heart of the musical archives in France’s greatest institutions. We publish musical metadata coming from BnF, Radio France and Philharmonie de Paris on the web of data, and align datasets together with the major hubs of the Linked Open Data cloud. Connect sources, multiply usage, enrich user experience. We develop a musical recommendation system based on the enriched data model and the interconnection of musical catalogs, in order to offer innovative services.ConsortiumMusicPierre Choffé
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NomismaNomismahttp://nomisma.org/Nomisma.org is a collaborative project to provide stable digital representations of numismatic concepts according to the principles of Linked Open Data. These take the form of http URIs that also provide access to reusable information about those concepts, along with links to other resources. The canonical format of nomisma.org is RDF/XML, with serializations available in JSON-LD (including geoJSON-LD for complex geographic features), Turtle, KML (when applicable), and HTML5+RDFa 1.1. Nomisma implements a hybrid data model that combines its own ontology with properties and classes from other common ontologies. Concepts are also mapped into Linked Art JSON-LD as an alternate profile.Consortium/AggregatorNumismaticsEthan Grubergruber@numismatics.orgY
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ARIADNEplusAriadnehttps://ariadne-infrastructure.eu/ARIADNEplusIntegrate is a European initiative aimed at the management and integration of archaeological data at a European level. As a digital infrastructure for archaeological research ARIADNEplus brings together and make existing archaeological research data infrastructures so that researchers can use the various distributed datasets and technologies. ARIADNEplus integrate and effectively serve a research community that studies the past to better understand the present with the tools and the methodology of the future, in the service of culture and society.ConsortiumArchaeologyEuropeFranco Nicolluci
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Pharos: the International Consortium of ArchivesPharoshttp://pharosartresearch.org/PHAROS is an international consortium of fourteen European and North American art historical photo archives committed to creating a digital research platform allowing for comprehensive consolidated access to photo archive images and their associated scholarly documentation.ConsortiumPhotography, Art, ArchitectureLukas Klic
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American Art CollaborativeAAC
https://americanart.si.edu/about/american-art-collaborative
The American Art Collaborative (AAC) is a consortium of 14 art museums in the United States committed to establishing a critical mass of linked open data (LOD) on the semantic web. The Collaborative was funded from 2014-2017 by grants from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.ConsortiumMuseumsUnited States of AmericaEleanor Fink
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Kerameikoshttp://kerameikos.org/Kerameikos.org is a collaborative project dedicated to defining the intellectual concepts of pottery following the tenets of linked open data and the formulation of an ontology to extend CIDOC-CRM to represent and share ceramic data across disparate information systems. While the project is focused primarily on the definition of concepts within Greek black- and red-figure pottery, Kerameikos.org is extensible toward the definition of concepts in other fields of pottery studies. A proof of concept aggregation is built upon CIDOC-CRM ingestion following the Linked Art profile.ConsortiumMuseums, CeramicsEthan Grubergruber@numismatics.orgY
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WissKI CommunityWissKIhttps://sempub.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/wisski_projekte/enThe community of all WissKI users. With a strong focus on Germany currently there are yearly community meetings.User GroupDigital Humanities (all) and computer scienceGermanyMark Fichtnerm.fichtner@wiss-ki.euY
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Qoqnus CommunityQoqnushttp://qnssupport.nosa.com/The community of all Qoqnus users supported by NOSA Co. with a strong focus on Iran. Qoqnus Community is a network of users doing their project on Qoqnus software. The aim of the network is to discuss and report experience of the projects by users, which can be disseminated and re-used more effectively through other new projects.User GroupArt and Cultural HeritageIranIranOmid HodjatiOmid@nosa.comY
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