- GMNet's Core Emperor Collection
- Antique Maps
- Arts, Paintings, Poetry...
- Cathedrals, Churches, Shrines, Temples...
- Ethnic Groups
- Historical Cities
- Musical Instruments
- National Libraries
- National Memories
- Old Civilizations and Culture
- Palaces - Ancient and Current
- Selected Museums
- UNESCO Memory of the World
- UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- World Digital Collections
- Image Wall
GMNet has involved many research student assistants over the course of this project, and their contributions varied according to the different needs during its many different phases. They include:
2009 to 2010 - Graduate Assistants: Louise Rubin (2010) contributed to the website updates; Jessie Howell (2009) was responsible for some Chinese-related collection development.
2007 to 2008 - Research Assistants working on World Heritage Memory Net also assisted in updating data for GMNet.
2006 - Cynthia Fisher (till May) on content editing and videos; general assistants on metadata preparation and content development include Suwathna Reel, Felicia Au, Amal Piracha, and Julie Wood.
In the second half of 2005, GMNet was fortunate to be able to have
7 visiting researchers from China, Croatia and Vietnam. These include Boris
Badurina, University J. J. Strossmayer, Osijek, Croatia; Zhang Hongxia, University
of Hainan, China; Li Haiyan, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China; Nguyen Thi
Tuan Linh and Nguyen Thanh Son, Vietnam Museum Ethnology, Hanoi, Vietnam; Xiaobo
Xiao, Xian Jiaotong University, China; and Shengqiang Zhang, University of
Sichuan, Chengdu, China. Each has contributed greatly to GMNet by
adding the invaluable and unique collection of each organization which he/she
brought to Boston. This is an excellent example of the results international
collaboration can produce. Collaboration with Boris Badurina continues to the
present after his return to Croatia.