Following a volatile spring and early summer, with events and decisions that affect everyone working in public sector digital content provision, Digital Content Quarterly (DCQ) is championing those digital projects, initiatives and services that provide ‘best practice’, positive examples and opportunities for emulation in increasingly austere times. This is the Keep Calm and Carry On [...]
Liam Wyatt, the British Museum’s first Wikipedian-in-residence, explains how the Wikipedia and museum communities can best work together for maximum mutual benefit. This an ‘edited highlights’ version of a longer interview (watch the full interview)
The Museums Libraries and Archive Council’s chief executive, Roy Clare, discusses the MLA’s approach to investment in the cultural sector in these ‘changing times’.
The British Museum’s Wikipedian-in-residence Liam Wyatt explains how Wikipedia and museums can work together for mutual benefit. (This is the feature-length version. There is also an edited highlights version)
Brian Lavoie, who headed up the Blue Ribbon Taskforce, discusses its findings and its recommendations for funders.
Robert Miller, Director of Books at the Internet Archive, describes the Archive’s innovative structure and discusses how it is tackling the funding challenges of the moment
Kevin Guthrie, president of Ithaka, discusses the big issues affecting funders and describes the work Ithaka and the Strategic Content Alliance are doing to help funders and projects become more sustainable.
Gabrielle Blais, Director of the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN), explains how CHIN saw off the recession of the 90s and offers advice to organisations in a similar situation today.
Following the successful launch of Digital Content Quarterly at the start of the year (and you can still download the launch issue), we’re delighted to bring you the second issue of the Strategic Content Alliance’s interactive magazine. This time DCQ is themed around the current hot topic of ‘open’ – open content, open education resources, [...]
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