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Title: How bits and bytes widen cultural heritage boundaries
Authors: Silva, Ana Margarida Dias da 
Borges, Leonor Calvão 
Keywords: Memory institutions; Digital heritage; Collaborative heritage
Issue Date: Jul-2020
Publisher: Digimedia
Serial title, monograph or event: Journal of Digital Media & Interaction
Volume: 3
Issue: 7
Place of publication or event: Aveiro
Abstract: Cultural heritage, tangible and intangible, natural or cultural, movable or immovable, is a valuable inherit from the past, andabasic needfor contemporary society.Lined up with the 2005 Faro Conventionand the United Nations Organization 2030 Agenda, governments and institutions that work in the cultural heritage sector, supported by international and national public policies and programs, have engaged ways for cultural access and heritage preservation.Memory institutions (like Libraries, Archives and Museums)are active intervenient in the cultural heritage sector and have benefited from the digital environment byengaging massive collections digitizationboth for access and preservation of cultural heritage.The aim of this paper is to underline how cultural heritage institutions are converging and collaborating in the World Wide Web,thus the digital world, where bits and bytes are all equal, have widen cultural heritage boundaries.
ISSN: 2184-3120
Rights: openAccess
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