The Tap into Bath demonstrator collection description database project has now ended and the database is no longer available. The Web site pages have been left in place as an illustration of the user view. The database and associated search and display interface software, together with installation documents, is open source and available for download and re-use with accreditation from this site.
UKOLN staff who worked on this project were: Ann Chapman and Shirley Keane.
A source of knowledge about museums, art galleries, archives and libraries in Bath.
Describes significant collections of interest to the general public, schools,
16+ studies, undergraduates,
researchers and professionals.
Shows what's in a collection: coins, ceramics, maps, books, clothing, photographs, fossils, kitchen utensils, manuscripts, electronic journals, quilts, paintings, and more …
Allows you to search for collections by subject, names of people and organisations, places and dates
Gives location details, opening hours, information on disabled access, and group and educational visits
Indicates who can use each collection and notes where restrictions apply.
Find out about other collection description databases and other users of Tap into Bath software
UKOLN also publishes Ariadne Web Magazine which carried three articles on the project: the creation of Tap into Bath, an account of the launch of Tap into Bath, and closing down the database.
An archive version is of the Tap into Bath site is available on the Internet Archive. On 13 March 2013 http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/tapintobath/ had been crawled 19 times going back to 5 March 2013.
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