DEDI is the first online encyclopedia of the natural and cultural heritage of Slovenia . It was set up in 2010 as a publicly accessible web site, allowing users to browse articles on immovable cultural heritage, movable cultural heritage, intangible cultural heritage and natural heritage. [1] [2] The Triglav Lakes Valley , [3] Žiče Charterhouse [4] as well as the linden tree in Vrba [5] and the short story Martin Krpan from Vrh [6] from the advanced dediteka are Reviews some of the highlights Of DEDI.

Many Slovene heritage objects were previously found in a variety of registries and inventories, fragmented, difficult to access or not digitised. DEDI web application to provide a single, integrated access point to all types of Slovene heritage, presented in the form of texts, photos, audio and video recordings and interactive maps. [7] The goal Was to create an open system data Where Could Be Easily inserted, various objects combined into virtual gold shipments data re-used through Europeana , Sharable Content Object Reference Model and other websites. [8]

The DEDI web application was implemented by an interdisciplinary consortium of technological and content experts; XLAB – coordinator, Sinergise, Hruška, Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts , [9] Geodetic Institute of Slovenia, National University and University Library of Slovenia , Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute and University of Ljubljana . The first object descriptions and multimedia were provided by experts from different fields while the general public was encouraged to contribute their own material and enrich the existing content.

The prototype was launched in February, 2010, giving access to more than 300 digital objects. [10] Its use has reached up to 90,000 sessions per year, with over 450 entries of natural and cultural heritage sites.

References

  1. Jump up^ Pomen digitalne enciklopedije DEDI pri ohranjanju in soustvarjanju slovenske dediščine
  2. Jump up^ Prvi koraki slovenske enciklopedije naravne in kulturne dediščine DEDI
  3. Jump up^ Triglav Lakes Valley
  4. Jump up^ Žiče Charterhouse
  5. Jump up^ Vrba
  6. Jump up^ Martin Krpan from Vrh
  7. Jump up^ Geopedia.si
  8. Jump up^ Digital Encyclopedia of Slovenian Natural and Cultural Heritage – DEDI
  9. Jump up^ Raziskovalni projekt Digitalna enciklopedija dediščine
  10. Jump up^ Prva slovenska digitalna enciklopedija naravne in kulturne dediščine DEDI na poti do nepogrešljivega dela nacionalne kulturno-turistične ponudbe

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