Digital Collections Dissemination Office Newsletter
Since June 2010, the Office for the Digital Dissemination of Collections of the French Museum Service has been offering you a newsletter on the computerization, on-line publishing and digitization of museum collections. Its formula was renewed in September 2021, and its distribution expanded.
What can I find in this newsletter?
It is thanks to this publication that the office of digital dissemination of collections informs you every month of events of interest to the digital (study days, trainings, monthly update of payments on Mona Lisa or new resources put online or referenced by the French Museum Service).
In a more in-depth way, we will also ask you about more advanced issues combining digital and museum collections, developed on the Museums site in particular.
How to be informed of new numbers?
Our thousands of subscribers are notified on their email of new numbers.
For those who would like to join us, it is possible to subscribe to receive the letter directly on its email.
The old version of our newsletter offered focus published quarterly. The latter are most often a perennial, reference information. This is why previous issues are always accessible.
March 2021 - Digital Dissemination of Collections News
December 2020 - The new thematic section Museums of Culture.gouv.fr
November 2020 - The textile collections of Paris museums: a little-known heritage
June 2020 - Great success for online museum collections during lockdown
March 2020 – Museums closed but digitally accessible
December 2019 - Issue 38. Identifying the heritage of migratory phenomena:
September 2019 - Issue 37. Online reporting of missing or stolen goods
June 2019 – Issue 36. Restitution of the national campaign to update data on museums in France (2017 - 2018)
March 2019 - Issue 35. How to participate in Mona Lisa through POP, an open heritage platform
October 2018 - Issue 34. POP, an open heritage platform and the launch of the Museums on Culture website.gouv.fr
June 2018 - Issue 33. The extraction of Mona Lisa freely reusable on the platform data.culture.gouv.fr
March 2018 - Issue 32. Reuse and openness of public information
December 2017 - Issue 31. The partnership between the network "Islamic art in France" and Mona Lisa in 2018
September 2017 - Issue 30. Shared Foundations of Museum Collections
June 2017 - Issue 29. Catalogues of permanent, paper and digital collections
March 2017 - Issue 28. The documentation unit: a resource centre within the French museum service
December 2016 - Issue 27. Rothschild collections in French public institutions
September 2016 - Issue 26. The principles and tools of post-settlement
June 2016 - Issue 25. The valorization on Mona Lisa of the Great Collection of the Euro 2016
March 2016 - Issue 24. The free reuse of data released on Europeana
December 2015 - Issue 23. Digital Art History
September 2015 - Issue 22. Resources on iconography
June 2015 - Issue 21. The interconnection between Mona Lisa and RETIF, a directory of Italian paintings in French public collections
March 2015 - Issue 20. The draft reference framework for Ministry of Culture actors
December 2014 - Issue 19. The contribution to the collective catalogue of collections of museums in France
September 2014 - Issue 18. Reuse of public data and culture
June 2014 - Issue 17. Mona Lisa: 500,000 records and so much more...
March 2014 - Issue 16. Joconde for Proofing
December 2013 - Issue 15. The JocondeLab experiment.
September 2013 - Issue 14. Digital #innovation #culture in the digital programs department.
June 2013 - Issue 13. The professional day "Museums in the digital age: networking, reusing and contributing".
March 2013 - Issue 12. "Wikimedia France invites museums to participate", article by Rémi Mathis, president of Wikimedia France.
December 2012 - Issue 11. EmanticPédia and HdA-Lab: navigating cultural content differently, article by Bertrand Sajus, project manager of the Art History portal.
September 2012 - Issue 10. The promotion of 450 years of natural history collections by the e-ReColNat digital shared platform
June 2012 - Issue 9. The Professional Day on Computerization, Digitization and Online Collection of Museums in France
March 2012 - Issue 8. Focus on the assessment of digitization in museums in France.
January 2012 - Issue 7. Focus on public archives and collections inventories
September 2011 - Issue 6. Focus on the redesign of the structure and layout of the Mona Lisa site.
June 2011 - Issue 5. Focus on the implementation of a rational and pragmatic computerization of collections
March 2011 - Issue 4. Focus on acquiring or changing a collection management tool
December 2010 - Issue 3. Focus on digitization of collections
September 2010 - Issue 2. Focus on computerized proofing of collections
June 2010 - Issue 1. Focus on the Mona Lisa site