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Capturing Museum Knowledge: A Twenty Year Evolution in Digitally Recording the Tropenmuseum Collection (Bulletins of the Royal Tropical Institute) epub ebook

by Marjolein Beumer

Capturing Museum Knowledge: A Twenty Year Evolution in Digitally Recording the Tropenmuseum Collection (Bulletins of the Royal Tropical Institute) epub ebook

Author: Marjolein Beumer
Category: Industries
Language: English
Publisher: KIT Publishers (March 18, 2009)
Pages: 112 pages
ISBN: 9068327496
ISBN13: 978-9068327496
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Art and culture institutions are moving towards digitally registering their collections or company information. The possibilities and applications seem endless. And while office automation has been introduced in almost all museums in the Netherlands, some Dutch museums have not yet formulated an information policy or reserved a separate budget for ICT. ICT is still insufficiently integrated in Dutch museums as a policy.

Capturing Museum Knowledge: A Twenty Year Evolution in Digitally Recording the Tropenmuseum Collection (Bulletins of the Royal . Art and culture institutions are moving towards digitally registering their collections or company information.

Capturing Museum Knowledge: A Twenty Year Evolution in Digitally Recording the Tropenmuseum Collection (Bulletins of the Royal Tropical Institute). Published by KIT Publishers (3981).

Marjolein Beumer, who trained as a cultural anthropologist, is an all-round .

Her practical and management experience in numerous museums in the Netherlands and abroad have allowed her to develop clear views and tools on the digitisation of heritage. From 2000 to 2008 she joined the Collections Department of the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam, first as a registrar and since 2002 as an IT consultant.

Curatorial Reflections on print rooms and libraries. En: RBM: A journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts and Cultural Heritage. vol. 8, nº 1, p. 35-44.

Capturing museum knowledge: A twenty year evolution in digitally recording the Tropenmuseum collection. En: Bulletin 386. Amsterdam: KIT Publishers. Curatorial Reflections on print rooms and libraries. Bibliotheek Van Gogh Museum: Onstaan, betekenis en ambities.

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The Royal Tropical Institute, Dutch: Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen (KIT) is an applied knowledge institute located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, that works to build inclusive societies

The Royal Tropical Institute, Dutch: Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen (KIT) is an applied knowledge institute located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, that works to build inclusive societies. KIT Royal Tropical Institute is an independent centre of expertise and education for sustainable development. KIT assists governments, NGOs and private corporations around the world to build inclusive and sustainable societies, informing best practices and measuring their impact.

The Tropenmuseum (English: Museum of the Tropics) is an ethnographic museum located in Amsterdam, Netherlands, founded in 1864. One of the largest museums in Amsterdam, the museum accommodates eight permanent exhibitions and an ongoing series of temporary exhibitions, including modern and traditional visual arts and photographic works. The Tropenmuseum is part of the Nationaal Museum van Wereldculturen (Museum of World Cultures), a combination of three ethnographic museums in the Netherlands.

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Art and culture institutions are moving towards digitally registering their collections or company information. The possibilities and applications seem endless. And while office automation has been introduced in almost all museums in the Netherlands, some Dutch museums have not yet formulated an information policy or reserved a separate budget for ICT. ICT is still insufficiently integrated in Dutch museums as a policy. This publication describes how, in the course of twenty years, the Tropenmuseum has developed from a completely analogue institution to a museum where digitization is central and forms part of all work processes. All the ups and downs of twenty years of automation and digitization of the Tropenmuseum collections is reviewed. This publication can be used by heritage institutions as a case study in the field of digitization of collections and possibly offer useful ideas for their own digitization process.
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