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Interoperability of information systems in the culture sector of Slovakia

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Interoperability as the ability of the system to communicate with other systems becomes one of the key issues in informatization and digitalization of cultural objects. In Slovakia its solution is being implemented via development of information systems, via observation of international standards and via creation of bases without authorities. The examples of the successful application of standards and creation of interoperable systems are for example CEMUZ (the Slovak National Museum), CEDVU (the Slovak National Gallery), library systems etc.

Erik Kriššák

Ministry of Culture, Slovakia
He studied library and information science at the Faculty of Art of Comenius University. He currently works at the Section of Structural Funds of the Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic. He deals with information systems in cultural section. He cooperates closely with cultural institutions upon the processes of system development, consolidation and integration. Previously he worked in the Slovak National Archive and University Library in Bratislava. Besides publication activity he is also a member of several expert working groups, for example working group for interoperability of the Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic, expert group of the EU member states for digitalization and digital preservation, working group for acces…
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