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Program och talare

Workshopen är inplanerad till den 10–12 juni hos Riksantikvarieämbetet i Stockholm. Under rådande omständigheter undersöker vi även alternativa lösningar för eventet om det är så att mötessammankomster bör undvikas även i början av sommaren.

Alternativet kan vara ombokning till senare datum, eller att workshopen arrangeras digitalt, med lite annorlunda upplägg.

Vi vill att du som deltagare ska kunna få ta del av riktiga erfarenheter, lärdomar och utmaningar: Vad är svårt, bra, viktigt att tänka på i denna typ av projekt? Vilka trösklar finns för att kunna få till stånd och genomföra samarbeten? Vad krävs för att förutsättningarna ska bli bättre?

Presentationer

Följande talare kommer att hålla presentationer, fler kan tillkomma efterhand:

Anna Dahlgren, Stockholms universitet

Professor of Art History and Coordinator of the national research program DIGARV: Digitisation and accessibility to cultural heritage collections. Principal Investigator of the project Sharing the Visual Heritage: Metadata, reuse and interdisciplinary research. The project investigates and develops methods for obtaining qualified and extensive metadata for images in digitalized cultural heritage collections. It also sets out to outline participatory methodologies for open and linked metadata practices in an interdisciplinary research community. The overall purpose of the project is to strengthen participatory and interdisciplinary research practices with the further aim of developing the production of metadata in our visual heritage. 

Stuart Dunn, King’s College London

Senior Lecturer and Head of the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College. Principal Investigator of the Ancient Itineraries project. He started out as an archaeologist, with interests in the history of cartography, digital approaches to landscape studies, and spatial humanities. He currently works on projects in spatial narrative theory, critical GIS, Cypriot cultural heritage, and the archaeology of mobility. He is also a Visiting Scholar in Stanford University’s Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis’s Spatial History project.

Koraljka Golub, Linnéuniversitetet 

Head of the iInstitute, co-leader of the Digital Humanities Initiative at the Linnaeus university, and programme coordinator for B.A. in Library and Information Science. She is a lecturer and a researcher in the field of digital libraries and information retrieval. Her research has in particular focused on topics related to information retrieval and knowledge organisation. Researching in particular topics related to knowledge organisation, integrating existing knowledge organisation systems with social tagging and/or automated subject indexing, and evaluating resulting end-user information retrieval.

Anna Foka, Uppsala universitet

Leader/Manager of the Digital Humanities Initiative at the Institute for Archives, Museums and Libraries (ABM) Uppsala University, and Associate Professor in Information Technology and the Humanities. Principal Investigator of the Digital Periegesis project. Background in Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology as well as Media and Performance Studies. Research interests are a blend of digital technology with historical and artistic disciplines: classical studies, ancient history and archaeology, gender, game studies, cultural heritage studies, augmented and virtual reality for museums, digital art history, digital visualizations and digital geography.

Larissa Borck, Maria Carlsson & Marcus Smith, Riksantikvarieämbetet

Presenting how the National Heritage Board works with the aggregators SOCH/K-Samsök and Europeana which collect links and metadata from digitised collections at museums and archives. They will outline the process of making this data available and searchable, explain which data is delivered to SOCH and Europeana respectively and the differences in content and structure between the two platforms. What contributions are needed to make the digitised content of collections more accessible and usable? What should researchers know about the digital resources already available to them and the public?

Presentationer från museer med samarbetsprojekt för digitalisering

Uppsala universitets Myntkabinett, Museum Gustavianum

Nordiska Museet

Världskulturmuseerna

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