The OpenGLAM Working Group of the 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 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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  • VSJF-Refugees Migration

    Criminalité, droit pénal, Education, science, Géographie, Mobilité et transports, Ordre et sécurité publics, Population, Protection sociale, Territoire et environnement

    The VSJF-Refugees Migration data are an excerpt of the VSJF-database hosted at the Archives of Contemporary History, ETH Zurich. The database contains data sets of refugees whic...

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  • Annotated references from journal issues and monographs on the history of Venice

    Culture, médias, société de l'information, sport, Education, science

    A dataset of annotated references (in both reference lists and footnotes) from journal issues and monographs on the history of Venice, created in the context of the LinkedBooks ...

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  • Text of the Book «Rolle and its former district»

    Culture, médias, société de l'information, sport, Tourisme

    The Society for Art History in Switzerland (German: Gesellschaft für Schweizerische Kunstgeschichte GSK, French: Société d'histoire de l'art en Suisse SHAS, Italian: Società di ...

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