Quality, Accessibility and Usability
Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz (SPK), supported by MKCR, UH.HUL, CL, MKRS, BMBWK, HMC and UoP
The main objectives are:
Description of the work
The activities concerning accessibility, quality and usability of digital cultural heritage will be carried out throughout the entire project. It builds on, and continues, the activities of the Member States within Minerva/MinervaPLUS, thus guaranteeing the sustainability and further development of those results such as the 10 quality principles for cultural websites.
The WP will:
A wide programme of workshops will be implemented (at least one per partner country), where the Minerva Principles for Quality Web Sites will be used to assess case studies proposed by the participants. The same methodology has been used for the workshops run in the frame of other transnational projects (such as the MED-CULT initiatives supported by the UNESCO Information for All Programme that funded the organisation of three workshops respectively in Egypt, Morocco and Jordan). The experience gained in the frame of previous projects will be exploited for the best development of the MinervaEC quality workshops that will be mainly targeted to the small cultural institutions in Europe.
The localisation of the workshops will be spread as much as possible through Europe, in order to make easier the participation of the small cultural institutions from the different countries and regions.
Quality, accessibility, usability