At this event you will be able to learn about the applicabilities of the Monasterium portal – from basic introductions to state-of-the-art newly implemented features. In just three days you´ll get to learn all you need and wish to know about the Monasterium portal.
Two weeks ago, on 15 November 2016, the already 3rd #MOMathon16 took place, organized within the EU-funded project co:op.
The MOMathon is an online event concerned with the Monasterium portal – Europe’s virtual charters archive. It gives everyone interested in refining the accessibility of digital available historic documents the opportunity to collectively enhance the world´s largest database of medieval and early modern charters.
34 participants from Germany, Austria, Romania, Italy, Spain and Great Britain helped to enhance the database of Monasterium with new metadata. Some attendees even changed the online-event to a local event and met over coffee and cake for a join editing:
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The #MOMathon16 will take place on 15 November 2016!
It is an online event concerned with the Monasterium portal – Europe’s virtual charters archive. The MOMathon gives everyone interested in refining the accessibility of digital available historic documents the opportunity to collectively enhance the world´s largest database of medieval and early modern charters. Invitation to the 3rd MOMathon weiterlesen →
On June 14th. 2016 the second official MOMathon was held by the monasterium.net-platform. The goal of the event was to fulfill small tasks with volunteers to enrich the database with metadata. In contrast to the first event, which was held as an offline event at the ICAR-US Meeting in St. Pölten (AUT), the 2nd. MOMathon was an online-event. So anyone was able to participate after a short registration on the MOMathon-Webpage. MOMathon: Citizen Science at monasterium.net weiterlesen →
From the 13th to the 15th century the Serbian Nemanjid dynasty and its successor states (the Serbian Despotate and the Balšić and Crnojević regional lordships) maintained a strong presence on the southeastern Adriatic seaboard, establishing close political and economic contacts with the leading maritime power of the period – the Republic of Venice. As a result, the vast medieval documentary heritage preserved in the State Archives of Venice also includes 25 documents issued by Serbian authors from the year 1208 to 1460, which are presented in this collection through archival and diplomatic descriptions as well as images acquired from the owning institution.Serbian Medieval Documents in the State Archives of Venice on Monasterium weiterlesen →
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