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Les petites annonces de l'ICCROM sont un service destiné aux institutions professionnelles de nos États membres. Elles portent sur les sujets et évènements liés à la conservation dans le monde entier. La mise en ligne d'une petite annonce n'implique pas son approbation par l'ICCROM. Lire la clause de non-responsabilité dans son intégralité

House of Nannas

février 1, 2017

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Museum: Old Lahore, Pakistan

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Description
Museum displaying Old Lahore, Istanbul and Roma watercolour paintings and political caricatures.


Digital Penn Museum

janvier 31, 2017

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Penn Museum, États-Unis

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Description
Online Door to Cultures of the World

The Digital Penn Museum (www.penn.museum/collections/)—a dramatic new way to explore the digital content on the Museum’s www.penn.museum website—was conceived as a portal to the rich and growing array of digital content developed by the Museum, its staff, and scholars. On the site, guests can now build their personalized online experience, searching the collections database (now featuring almost 900,000 objects and more than 180,000 images), browsing over 1,100 videos and archival films, then watching or saving materials of interest via the MyFinds feature.
In addition, the portal links directly to the Museum’s deep Expedition magazine archive featuring articles on archaeology and anthropology going back to the first issue in 1958. Guests can also enter the Museum blog, and discover more than 800 posts authored by dozens of Museum staff and Penn students. Finally, a set of more than 40 “legacy” websites invite guests to explore online exhibitions, past physical exhibition online content, follow international research projects, and even try a few interactive experiences, including the popular opportunity to “Write your name in Cuneiform.”

“The Museum’s mission—to transform understanding of the human experience—carries with it the obligation to provide access to our rich international collections, high-quality programs, and ongoing research, both in the laboratories and around the world,” noted Julian Siggers, the Museum’s Williams Director. “The Digital Penn Museum provides us with the platform to do just that.”
Jim Mathieu, the Museum’s Head of Collections, Publications, and Digital Media, noted that these popular online resources are designed for diverse audiences, from scholars seeking specific data on an area in their field, to more casual visitors looking to learn about world cultures—and find out what the Museum has to offer. “Our ‘curated’ Highlights pages are designed with the new or casual visitor in mind. The Highlights pages pull together a wide range of digital resources about some of our key objects, like the colossal Sphinx from Memphis, the Ram-in-the-Thicket from Ur, or the Hasanlu ‘Lovers’—visitors can discover rich content throughout this new platform, and have an engaging experience as they do so.”
Now launched, The Digital Penn Museum will continue to grow, and guests interested in archaeology, anthropology, and world cultures, can expect to discover new content with each visit in the years to come.


Clause de non-responsabilité

Les petites annonces de l'ICCROM sont un service destiné aux institutions professionnelles de nos États membres. Elles portent sur les sujets et évènements liés à la conservation dans le monde entier et sont mises à disposition du public de l'ICCROM uniquement à des fins d'information. La mise en ligne d'une petite annonce n'implique pas son approbation par l'ICCROM. La fraude à l'emploi est un problème mondial. Veuillez consulter cette page sur ReliefWeb contenant quelques astuces pour se préserver de la fraude : http://reliefweb.int/job-fraud