Presentation on theme: "CULTURAL HERITAGE DIGITIZATION PROJECTS IN MONGOLIA Galbaatar Tuvdendorj Battushig Namsraidorj Nergui Baasan Institute of Informatics, MAS Ulaanbaatar."— Presentation transcript:
CULTURAL HERITAGE DIGITIZATION PROJECTS IN MONGOLIA Galbaatar Tuvdendorj Battushig Namsraidorj Nergui Baasan Institute of Informatics, MAS Ulaanbaatar 51 Mongolia
DIGITIZATION PROJECTS & ORGANIZATIONS COMPETENCE CENTER FOR THE DIGITIZATION OF MONGOLIAN HERITAGE (MAS) FUTURE GOALS & COOPERATION Presentation outline
Three main cultural heritage digitization projects are currently in progress in Mongolia
Mongolian Academy of Sciences RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY BOOKS National Library of Mongolia BOOKS MANUSCRIPTS MAPS Center of Cultural Heritage MUSEUMS ARCHAELOGY PALEONTOLOGY ARTIFACTS
National Library of Mongolia Over 1,000,000 books Asian Classics Input Project Since 2005 186140 books digitized (18.6%) 3,4 terabyte size (6 HDD) www.nationallibrary.mn
2 OPERATORS SHOOT 400-600 PAGES DAILY. Input center at the National Library of Mongolia
ACIP project activities at the NLM YearVolumesDigitized books 2005 1788 14063 200616137 200741300 2008280049701 2009192634004 2010169730935 Total8211186140
In 2005, the Digitization project for the national cultural heritage information was approved by Mongolian Government.
Center of Cultural Heritage www.monheritage.mn National database of the cultural heritage 2007 – 2015 35 organizations (museums,) Each has a Canon 400D digital camera, mini studio 26 438 artifacts digitized Registration, catalogue
Mongolian Academy of Sciences MAX PLANCK SOCIETY November 2010 Competence center for the digitization of cultural heritage RESEARCH(scientific description) TECHNOLOGY (ECHO) OPEN ACCESS POLICY BEST PRACTICE
Cultural heritage resources at the MAS INSTITUTE OF LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 1100 tod 1000 mongol 8000 tibetan PRIVATE COLLECTIONS ARCHAEOLOGY, PALEONTOLOGY
Competence Center at the MAS: What we did We chose more than 40 books and digitized over 15000 pages according to the following criteria: science related, researcher, ownership
Judrem by Jalkhanz khutaktu Damdinbazar 1923, 618 pages A detailed description of which traditions of Buddhism were transmitted to Mongolia and who transferred them through India, Pakistan, Uighur and Tibet, also how Mongolians had been passing them down until the early 1920s.
What we did: Virtual museum & Exhibition EXHIBITIONS ARE USUALLY ONE-TIME EVENTS Mongolians are celebrating 100 th Anniversary of Enthronement of the VIII Bogd Khan this year. A series of 12 exhibitions will be held in the Winter Palace of the Bogd Khan. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION !
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