We looked inside some of the tweets by @imagingkuleuven and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
In light of @KU_Leuven Libraries #OpenData policy for digitised collections in #PublicDomain we are opening up more collections with #IIIF: Jesuitica coll. (@KULTheology) can be viewed with @universalviewer and shared with persistent JSON: https://t.co/XSN4ErKrae @LIBISintoinfo https://t.co/HDvBThj6zu
ReIReS Dataset in the Spotlight: Maurits Sabbe Library and its Typus Occasionis, go here to read how to access easily these wonderful resources: https://t.co/LMThZeEXyh @KULTheology @imagingkuleuven #digitaljesuitcollection #historicalreligiousstudies #integratedaccess https://t.co/UdQTliAh4m
The Jesuit Collection of @KULTheology is one of the 3 large scale digitisation programs of KU Leuven Libraries, next to the incunabula and Collectio academica antiqua (Lovaniensia) https://t.co/4hiqQs2Mtt
4/10 We engaged in local and (inter)national projects disclosing our heritage online. Key projects such as EuropeanaPhotography (@PhotoConsortium) Magister Dixit (@Lectio_KULeuven @kbrbe @UCL_Archives) or https://t.co/Wv41FRj2eG taught us how to manage large projects successfully https://t.co/nau4hABT9i
2/10 Since 2010 we have been able to bring together a top team, to build a strong operational network with colleagues from Document Processing and @LIBISintoinfo and to set up a state of the art Imaging Lab. We worked hard to share digitised objects online https://t.co/WEzA0dtOV6 https://t.co/kuf9zYEwIA
Despite holidays & corona the past 3 months we still managed to digitise, metadate and ingest 120 (rare) books, 4 manuscripts and hundreds of picture postcards @KU_Leuven Libraries. Discover them in our #DigitalHeritageOnline Recently Digitised collection: https://t.co/mROL8EoOMw https://t.co/4QjX0vTmgJ
@CatholicBiblica @CatholicRS @KULTheology @KU_Leuven @UCLouvain_be @KULTheologie It gets even better! Have a look at the Lovaniensia project (https://t.co/DYNvcU6efh) of @Anbib that is all about digitally re-grouping the old academic collection that was divided in the 1970s.