The project is now drawing to a close but we hope this will actually be the beginning of the exploration of the new resources by students, teachers and the public at large.
About 6,500 objects and archive documents have been digitised and put with already digitised sources to create a source base of about 150,000 digital assets. Seventeen open access e-learning resources based on these were developed.
Images and documents digitised as part of the project can be found on Culture Grid here:
Learning and teaching resources created as part of the project can be found on JORUM here:
Resources using UCL collections include Vertebrate Diversity for Life Sciences students, Portrait Highlights taken from the Art collections, and E-Catalogue, which uses 3D technologies to help Artefact Studies postgraduates research material culture.
They can be found here:
University of Reading resources can be found via the project page here:
Thanks to all involved for contributing to a successful, smooth and enjoyable project. Thanks also to the funders, JISC, for making it possible for more people to access the amazing collections in these universities.