Museums Sample Clauses

Museums. For museums and other cultural institutions thinkMOTION can offer digitizing services and technical support in the field of adequate presentation of technical knowledge. Another important possibility is to use the online portal as a platform for large virtual exhibitions. As exhibition space in museums is often restricted, the “unlimitedweb space can be a chance to present hidden collections with reference to mechanism and machine science. Of course, this type of cooperation would come along with publicity for the museum providing the content. In return, the experts behind thinkMOTION could provide museums with expert analyses and descriptions of exhibits with technical background.
Museums. Museums represent a special kind of information for the collection. Especially technical or industrial museums hide valuable treasures regarding mechanism theory. These mechanisms can be digitalized (picture, videos, etc.) and analysed to be used within the mechanism description. Companies Companies are a promising option for mechanisms as well. Beside pictures and mechanism descriptions companies usually own CAD-Models of the mechanism where an animation can be extracted from. Other libraries Very different types of libraries usually provide content according to mechanism theory. Libraries often offer very worthwhile documents which were published within the 19th century. These books can be digitalized and saved in the database. Patent offices Patents are a good opportunity to collect information about mechanisms. Numerous patents are already digitized and saved in online databases of different patent offices. These patents can be downloaded and stored in the DMG-Lib. The huge advantage using patents is that no rights clarification needs to be carried out. The patents can be established with metadata and additional information concerning the technical information about the motions. This strongly enriches the patents and makes them interesting for a broad public. Publishing houses Publishing houses, especially technical ones, provide numerous technical books among others which can be digitized. Regarding books which are older than a few decades there is no digital copy owned by the publishing house. This makes it easier to convince publishing houses to exchange the digital copy and the permission to use the book in the database. Departments of universities Departments of universities possess countless physical models of mechanisms. These mechanisms can be digitized (pictures, videos, animations etc.). Furthermore there are lots of scientific theses to be digitalized as well as documents from lectures and other teaching materials. Additionally, users can benefit from the underlying geographical information and find out about thematic foci at different universities.
Museums. The strategy also includes plans to improve and support museums. For this purpose, development of infrastructure, implementation of activities that would renew exhibitions, and diagnostic analysis of museum collections is planned, as well as the restoration of exhibits and improvement of bookkeeping. New initiatives (e.g. museum nights, open door days, museums in school) are also planned to promote museums (p.30). The government supports, “the protection and enrichment of Georgian museums’ collections in order to safeguard cultural heritage and to prevent the outflow of cultural heritage from the State” (Culture Strategy 2025, 2016, p.31). The state also encourages museums to use new technologies and innovative approaches, to develop software applications and to collaborate with other museums, cultural institutions, universities, and the business sector to exchange ideas and approaches. The government wants to implement different educational and research programmes where museums will be part of education and learning. The government also wants to “support local and internatio nal collaboration in order to share professional knowledge and museum practices and develop training programmes for museum workers (audience building, foreign language, fundraising and build ing networks, communicating with people with disabilities, strategic design, marketing, etc.)” (Culture Strategy 2025, 2016, p.30).
Museums x. Promotion of community organization and development.

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