The OpenGLAM Working Group of the opendata.ch association promotes and facilitates the adoption of the OpenGLAM Principles in Switzerland. Once a year, it brings together data providers, software developers, digital humanists, artists, Wikimedians/Wikipedians, and other interested people in order to experiment how cultural data and content can be used for research purposes, for web and mobile apps, in the context of Wikipedia, for artistic re-mixes, or for other forms of re-use. In general, data providers manage the description of their data on opendata.swiss themselves under their own organizational account. As an exception in some cases, the OpenGLAM CH Working Group takes care of this. Save for a few noted exceptions, only the data descriptions, but not the data itself are provided by the OpenGLAM Working Group.

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4 datasets found

  • Photographs from Robert Breitinger (Zürich)

    Construction and housing, Culture, media, information society, sport

    Robert Breitinger-Wyder war Heizungsingenieur und Ofenfabrikant in Zürich. Mit 45 Jahren wurde er Hobbyfotograf wie viele aus der damaligen gutbürgerlichen Gesellschaftsschicht ...

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  • Latin abbreviations contained in Adriano Cappelli’s Lexicon Abbreviaturarum

    Culture, media, information society, sport

    This collection contains the data of the most commonly used reference work on latin abbreviations, Cappelli’s Lexicon Abbreviaturarum (Cappelli, Adriano: Lexicon Abbreviaturarum...

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  • C. G. Jung Correspondence

    Education and science

    The academic correspondence of the famous Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (1875–1961) is part of the C. G. Jung Papers Collection held at the ETH Zurich University Archives....

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  • Digitized rare books in the Basel University Library

    Culture, media, information society, sport, Education and science, Geography, Mobility and Transport, Politics

    Over 6.000 prints (books, maps or music prints) from the Basel University Library from the 15th to the 19th century, including a lot of early prints from the 16th century.

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