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Building Online Exhibitions and Expert Forums with the Living Memory Module

Course content description

2-3 October 2006

Introduction
Collection of Trainees’ requirements
Content Models in BRICKS
Selecting a Content Model
Adding nodes to an existing content model

Online Exhibitions:

Creating an Online Exhibition
Importing Content and Metadata
Defining and assigning user roles
Defining and assigning access rights
Selecting and assigning Presentation Templates
Publishing the Online Exhibition

Expert Forums:

Creating an Expert Forum
Importing Content and Metadata
Starting discussion threads
Defining and assigning user roles
Defining and assigning access rights
Selecting and assigning Presentation Templates
Selecting and assigning Evaluation Schema
Publishing the Expert Forum
Export of the Expert Forum

Feedback from the trainees

End of Module



Content: This course will teach the participants to build online exhibitions and expert forums  using existing content models, presentation templates, and evaluation schemes.

 

Partner Responsible: ONB
Partners Involved: ONB, ARC
Duration: 2 days
Registration fee: Free
Location: Vienna (A), Austrian National Library
Didactic methodologies: Lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on sessions with realistic examples
Editions foreseen: One
Target audience: General BRICKS Community member users; curators of museums, libraries, archives, etc.
Trainees expected pre-knowledge: Basic computer user knowledge, basic understanding of XML (to understand content models). Knowledge of OAI PMH would be helpful.
Training material offered: Slides
Maximum number of trainees: 10

 

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or download the registration form in MS WORD format and send it to info@brickscommunity.org

For further information on this module, please contact: Max Kaiser
For general information on BRICKS training, please contact: info@brickscommunity.org


 
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