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The EHRI Project - Virtual Collections Revisited

EasyChair Preprint no. 2716

10 pagesDate: February 19, 2020


This paper introduces details of EHRI’s approach to user-centric data integration across heterogeneous archival institutions using virtual collections. Virtual collections provide the means to re-unite archival material that has, through complex historical circumstances, been deposited in many physical locations. They also allow the creation of subject-specific groupings of material more closely comparable to archival research guides, and provide users with the ability to organise their own research in personalised ways.

Keyphrases: Archival description, Archival Organization, Descriptive Style, Research Guide, Virtual Context

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  author = {Mike Bryant and Linda Reijnhoudt and Reto Speck and Thibault Clérice and Tobias Blanke},
  title = {The EHRI Project - Virtual Collections Revisited},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 2716},

  year = {EasyChair, 2020}}
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