The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation approved funding of $1.293M for the Bamboo Technology Project, following on an Planning Project funded by the Foundation that commenced in April 2008. The funded project grew out of planning contributions from scholars, librarians, and technologists at hundreds...Read more about Mellon Foundation Awards Bamboo Technology Project
UC Berkeley iNews, October 20, 2009 Chris Hoffman The CollectionSpace project is hosting three webinars to introduce people to CollectionSpace, the open-source, web-based software application for the description, management, and dissemination of museum collections information. Webinar...Read more about CollectionSpace webinars announced
UC Berkeley iNews, August 4, 2009
Chris Hoffman Whether they collect art or insects, museums across campus rely on collection management systems to provide the mission-critical platform for managing their collected objects and facilitating collections-based research. An earlier iNews...Read more about Collection management systems for campus museums: CollectionSpace 0.1 released
UC Berkeley iNews, September 2, 2008
The Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology (PAHMA) is the oldest and largest anthropological collection in the western U.S., with some 3.8 million objects spanning nearly...Read more about Delphi project exposes PAHMA's collections to the world
The University of California, Berkeley and the University of Chicago were jointly awarded a $1.4M grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to a carry out an 18-month planning project to develop a cyberinfrastructure for the arts, humanities, and interpretive social sciences.