ENRICH is a project funded under eContent+ programme. Main aim of the project is to create seamless access to distributed information about manuscripts and rare old printed books in Europe on the Manuscriptorium platform.
The new Manuscriptorium platform developed during the 24 months of duration of ENRICH project has been launched. It will be for some time operated in parallel with the old Master based platform and will replace it after approval of the coordinators. The new platform is based on the TEI P5 metadata format but supports also many other formats used by the contributing digital libraries.
The final conference of the ENRICH project was organized by the National Library of Spain in Madrid on 5. - 6. November 2009.
Workshop focusing on Embedding Machine Translation Technology in Digital Libraries will be organized by the Hamburg University in frame of Machine Translation Summit XII. on 30th August 2009.
ENRICH consortium will be represented by SYSTRAN SA.
More information about the workshop, including possibility to submit a paper, can be found at the following address http://www.c-phil.uni-hamburg.de/view/Main/MTDigLibWorkshop. Deadline for paper submission 21st June 2009.
The fast growth of digital material is challenging for research in many disciplines. The EU has funded many projects to advance research in this field and facilitate end-user access to cultural and scientific heritage.
The evaluation of the results of WP3 and WP6 was launched at the beginning of April. This means that representatives of project partners or external experts are kindly invited to share with us their opinion about the quality and usability of our products - namely Migration tool from MASTER to TEI P5 and SYSTRAN Translation interface.
The workshop of ENRICH project was organized on March 26th - 27th. The event was divided into two parts - the workshop for associtated partners of the ENRICH project - potential contributors to the European digital library of manuscripts. The ways of cooperation were presented together with the newly developed tools, such as online M-Tool allowing online creation and editing of metadata or SYSTRAN translation interface.
Participants of the meeting in the yard of Vilnius University Library
All representatives of the instututions holding manuscripts worldwide are kindly invited to participate at the next ENRICH project event.
The seminar will be targeting the future Manuscriptorium contributors independently of the fact whether they operate their own digital libraries or they are just newcomers in this field. The functionalities of Manuscriptorium as well as the methods of practical cooperation will be demonstrated including presentations of successfully cooperating partners.
The annual meeting of ENRICH project partners has been organized by SYSTRAN in Paris. The meeting took place in the very heart of the technological innovations of Paris - Grande Arche in La Defense.
Article on TEI P5 development and use in frame of ENRICH project by James Cummings and Lou Burnard, Oxford University