MaDiH (مديح): Mapping Digital Cultural Heritage in Jordan, is an AHRC / Newton funded collaborative project between King’s Digital Lab (KDL), the Hashemite University, the Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL), the Department of Antiquities of Jordan, the Jordanian Open Source Association, and the Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa (EAMENA) project. The project contributed to the long-term sustainable development of Jordan’s digital cultural heritage, identifying key systems, datasets, standards, and policies, and aligning them to government digital infrastructure capabilities and strategies.
KDL hosted workshops, provided RSE training, produced, in partnership, white papers on policy and technical requirements, and also developed a prototype National Data Catalogue using CKAN.
- Alessandra Esposito KDL RSE team member
- Arianna Ciula KDL RSE team member
- Brian Maher RSE team member
- Carol Palmer Partner, Council for British Research in the Levant
- Elliott Hall KDL RSE team member
- Fadi Bala'awi Researcher, Hashemite University
- Issa Mahasneh Partner, Jordan Open Source Association
- James Smithies Principal investigator
- Miguel Vieira KDL RSE team member
- Pascal Flohr Partner, University of Oxford
- Sahar Idwan Researcher, Hashemite University
- Shaher er Rababeh Researcher, Hashemite University
- Shatha Mubaideen Researcher, Council for British Research in the Levant