Would you like to share your work, publicise your event, or upload info on vacancies and funding opportunities?

You can do all these things and more. And it couldn't be simpler.

  • Simply click on the Contribute tab on our home page.

  • If you're not already signed in, you'll be prompted to do so now.

  • Complete the online form.

  • Upload any attached documents or pictures to be used with your article.

  • And hit 'Submit'.

Easy!

Please note that you are responsible for making sure that you have the right to share any photos or documents that you sumit.

Your article will nned to be approved by an adminstrator before going live on site, which may take a couple of days at busy periods. Again, this is a necessary step to protect everyone in the community from spam.

Why contribute?

The Heritage Portal is a great way to reach an international audience, all of whom have a professional or personal interest in Cultural Heritage.

This can help you in all sorts of ways:

  • Publicise your research findings (The Heritage Portal is open access and may therefore meet dissemination requirements for many funded research projects).

  • Generate awareness of your particular subject area.

  • Reach a wider, international audience of candidates, for the vacancy you want to fill.

  • Attract international delegates to your conference or event.

  • Disseminate information about funding or training programmes that may be of interest to international partners.

These are just some examples. Please, make the site yours. Use it to your advantage. The Heritage Portal is your community.

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The site will, of course, display on older monitors with lower resolutions, but you may experience a slight deterioration in image quality.

SUBMITTED BY: admin admin AUTHOR:  ORIGINAL PUBLISHED DATE: 12/21/2012

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