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Wir gratulieren! Die Servicestelle Digitalisierung des Landes Berlin digiS feiert 5 Jahre Förderprogramm
01.12.2017

Congratulations! The Service Centre Digitisation of the Federal State of Berlin digiS is celebrating the 5th anniversary of its funding programme

The Service Centre Digitisation of the Federal State of Berlin is an institution for interdisciplinary advice on support and coordination of digitisation projects and – just like the...

Unser Archivportal-D: Vom Projektantrag über den Auf- und Ausbau zum Regelbetrieb
17.08.2017

Our Archivportal-D: From the Project Application Via the Establishment and Expansion to the Standard Operation

When the Archivportal-D, a subproject of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Community), went online in September 2014, one...

#12von12: Die Fachstelle Archiv der Deutschen Digitalen Bibliothek und das Archivportal-D – Ein Porträt in zwölf Bildern
12.12.2016

#12of12: The Archives Department of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek and the Archivportal-D – A Portrait in Twelve Pictures

On a very rainy Monday afternoon in Berlin, I take the train to Stuttgart to visit my colleagues from the Archives Department and the Archivportal-D, the sector-specific access to the...

Scanroboter. Scanzentrum Bayerische Staatsbibliothek. Foto: Jürgen Keiper
09.11.2015

Standardisation and cultural heritage: Nothing is possible without the human race - An article by Felix Sasaki

The first publication of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek, “A Future for the Past – Cultural Heritage in a Digital World” appeared in March of 2015.

 Bibliothekarin am Zettelkatalog der Deutschen Bücherei Bild: Rössing, Roger (Fotograf); Rössing, Renate (Fotograf) (1955) Deutsche Fotothek
22.10.2015

Metadata: Making Cultural Heritage Accessible and Visible – An Interview

The complex world of metadata is one of the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek’s central fields of work and an area of work in which the processes and developments are virtually “invisible”...