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|The aim of the eHeritage project, over 2001 to 2012, was to accelerate the use of technology and innovation across the Tasmanian local history and heritage community to make their identity, collections and services more visible and known. It enabled these organisations to digitise and web publish descriptions (and often images) of their collections and information resources.
The primary output was the eHeritage website http://eheritage.statelibrary.tas.gov.au/ at which 30 organisations regularly added descriptions and images.
The data was presented at the website under 4 key fields:
This is represented in the structure of the open data sets.
The website was archived in 2013.
By then 26,317 rows of raw data had been created that describe items held in cultural collections across Tasmania. Another 99,704 records were created that relate specifically to the location of gravesites across Tasmania along with transcriptions of the details recorded on tombstones at the sites and often an image as well.
|eHeritage Data (CSV)
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