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Presentation of ICARUS and its work in the cross border cooperation project "Memory without borders" - written historical sources of Austrian and Slovak archives online given by Thomas Aigner at the ...

Presentation of ICARUS and its work in the cross border cooperation project "Memory without borders" - written historical sources of Austrian and Slovak archives online given by Thomas Aigner at the workshop „Modern face of archival science - archival documents online”, 5th of June 2012 in the The University Library in Bratislava

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    Austrian registers on their way into the web - ICARUS as coordinator, platform and actor Austrian registers on their way into the web - ICARUS as coordinator, platform and actor Presentation Transcript

    • Austrian registers on their way into the web ICARUS as coordinator, platform and actor Thomas Aigner (Diözesanarchiv St. Pölten / ICARUS)
    • 10 Roman catholic dioceses – 10 diocese archives Different situations concerning storage of register books General situation Most of the books still scattered in the parishesSt. Pölten Legal obligation to make books accessible (1784-1938) Huge pressure of genealogical research Decrease of catholic church (members, parishes, priests) Organizational problems and challenges
    • Current Projects Passau, diocese: St. Pölten, diocese: 95% completed, 230 Upper Austria: parishes online by 85% completed, 80 % Digitisation september 2011 online (340 parishes) completed, online Vienna, archidioces since January 2011 e: Project startVorarlberg: November 2011, 40Digitisation parishes digitizedcompleted, online since the end of Burgenland:2010 10 parishes digitized Stiria / Maribor, diocese: Project started sept. 2010
    • Different methods of digitisation Original records MicrofilmsF. i. St. Pölten, Stiria F. i. Vorarlberg
    • Scanequipment used Qidenus QiscanZeutschel OS 12000 Semi-automated~600-700 pages/hour page Bookeye 4 turning, ~1000 ~800-900 pages/hour pages/hour, special feature: V-cradle as a 120° angled plate
    • Portalwww.matricula-online.eu Metadata www.matricula.findbuch.net Images webservers partners
    • type of bookdurationremarkssignatureOpen book
    • Thomas AignerSt. Pölten Diocese Archives / ICARUSEmail: thomas.aigner@icar-us.euWeb: www.icar-us.eu, www.dasp.at