Reusable Human and Machine Understandable Content Models
Small Museums and Non Technical Scholars
Humanities scholars and small museums willing to digitized their research projects can accomplish it by using existing open source platforms and without the need of hiring a computer specialist. However, this process usually involves a steep learning curve, and a significant amount of time that generally humanities scholars do not have.
Furthermore, they rarely take the extra step to embed structured data (Semantics) on their online projects, and their research is often stored in isolated data silos .
We aim to develop Reusable Human and Machine Understandable Content Models. The models will be a collection of reusable elements which taken together satisfy a particular case related to Cultural Heritage institutions. Examples: a) Numismatic Collections b) Photographic Collections c) Works of Art Collections d) Ancient Graffiti Collections, and so forth. It would be sufficient to package, reuse and improve this functionality once and reuse it again and share it with others in a larger community.
Why Reusable Human and Machine Understandable Content Models
It can be set up and operated by non-developer’s non-technical scholars and small museums without any technical knowledge.
Why not on Drupal.org Website
Drupal.org it is an excellent platform to share the work to the Drupal community. However, it is not always enough.
There is an enormous volume of the grid Drupal work that it is not on Drupal.org a good example is our community that focus mostly for humanities scholars and small museums. Drupal projects are focus mostly on general audience, usually not suitable for specific use-case.
How to Install a Reusable Human and Machine Understandable Content Models form GitHub
The primary platform of disseminating Reusable Human and Machine Understandable Content Models is GitHub, code repository. More info of how to install
GitHub is our main distribute channel for Reusable Human and Machine Understandable Content Models