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Pre-conference day DISH2009

On the 8th of December there will be a DISH2009 pre-conference day organised by several leading heritage institutions in The Netherlands and Belgium.

At the pre conference, it’s possible to get a look behind the scenes at various institutions, with a small group of people. Learn more about the digital collaboration among 15 maritime museums; discuss the digital projects of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam; join a workshop on innovation for audiovisual archives; hear Matt Adams talk about e-culture; visit some outstanding institutions in the Antwerp network; get an overview of what Europeana is all about; and is it really true: No game, no fame?

Pre conference members:

Pre conference transport 
The DISH2009 pre conference is accessible by your own transport. 
Mini vans will be waiting for you to drive you back to Rotterdam for the DISH2009 opening.

The costs will be 50 Euros, either which workshop you’d like to follow.

DISH opening
On the 8th of December, at 17.00, there will be a drink with the Mayor of Rotterdam, Mr. Ahmed Aboutaleb, don’t miss it!

Opening drink
17.00 P.M
Coolsingel 40

Maritime Museum, Rotterdam

Museums have been working together for many years now, for instance by developing joint exhibitions or by exchanging items on loan. But cooperation offers so many more possibilities. What happens if we take a more creative approach towards opportunities for cooperation within the digital field? Is it really a case of 1+1=3? This afternoon is first and foremost an inspiration session. Three speakers, three short assignments and lots of new ideas.

Maritime Digital: from pitfalls to pinnacles
The MMR launched Maritime Digital a few years ago. The website enables museums to come together to bring their collections to the internet. What links the museums is the similarities between their collections. The talk involves a brief explanation of the programme, what the collaboration involves and how it is not just limited to the Netherlands. We will talk about the history, the benefits and drawbacks. We will present examples of other museums that have entered into similar partnerships.

We all live in the same region
For some time now, several Dutch museums have had a website on which they jointly present their collections. While Maritime Digital is based on museums with similar collections, geographical location was the starting point in these cases. The question is: should these website only be limited to museums? What would happen if other parties also took part in these projects? How far could you go?

Working with your public
In addition to collaborating with your colleagues, working together with the public represents a new approach. Use their knowledge to increase your own knowledge about the collection. We will be talking about a number of projects in which contributions from the public are used to increase knowledge. What are the dos and don’ts? How do you go about developing this type of project? But, most importantly, what do you do with the information you gather from the public?

The ultimate collaboration: working with museums and working with your public
We have heard how, as museums, you can work together when it comes to collections. We have come up with ideas about how public knowledge can be used in the museum, but how do we link up this information? Can we organise an exchange of public responses between museums in the future? Can visitors to various locations link up their experiences? We will be examining these possibilities from a technical point of view. We will be discussing a new module in which information provided by the public becomes a fully fledged part of your registration system, and how this could become available within collection search systems on the internet.

And afterwards
Each participant receives an ‘inspiration book': a small notepad in which to write down answers to the questions, note down addresses and collect business cards. By the end of the afternoon, we hope that your notebook will be full of inspirational ideas and addresses of interesting people to work with.

Maximum number of participants
30 people

Maritime Museum Rotterdam
Leuvehaven 1, Rotterdam

13.30 – 13.40  Welcome
13.40 – 13.50  Introduction
13.50 – 14.00  'Maritime Digital: from pitfalls to pinnacles'
14.00 – 14.15  'We all live in the same region'
14.15 – 14.30  Assignment 1
14.30 – 14.45  Coffee break
14.45 – 15.00  'Working with your public'
15.00 – 15.15  Assignment 2
15.15 – 15.30  'The ultimate collaboration'
15.30 – 16.00  Wrap up
16.00 – 17.00  Opportunity tot visit the museum

For futher information please contact Mr. Frans van Hamburg.

DOK, Delft

NO Game NO Fame

Gaming, twitter, augmented reality… times call for new insights on interacting with your public. DOK, the world famous Library Concept Center in Delft, has developed a preconference programme designed to give you insight on what interaction with your audience can bring your institution and your audience.

At the DOK preconference a range of international experts will be present, amongst others interactive designers, mobile operators and search engine specialists. These specialists will highlight the major developments in the world of digital cultural heritage and they will discuss how starting from your collection you can create ‘future proof’ interaction with your public.

NO Game NO Fame is the best out-of-the-building thinking experience there is!

Programme: 14.00 - 16.00 hrs.
Maximum number of participants: 25 people
Location: DOK, Vesteplein 100, 2611 WG Delft

Please note that DOK can host a limited number of participants.

For futher information please contact Mr. Eppo van Nispen tot Sevenaer.

Virtueel Platform

Cultural Content on the Move: workshop with Blast Theory

Virtueel Platform is the Netherlands sector institute for electronic media. Virtueel Platform is a DISH conference partner and has invited Matt Adams of the internationally renowned group Blast Theory (, to run a workshop.

Matt Adams will focus insights on projects of Blast Theory and their relevance to the heritage field. Recent projects of the group include new uses of GPS technology for non-commercial content in the public space using existing technologies for new purposes. In addition the workshop offers participants the opportunity to develop their thoughts on new ways to connect their cultural content with new (mobile) technologies.

Presentation and workshop, 9.30 - 15.00 hrs.
Maximum number of participants: 25 people
Location: Damrak 70, 1012 LM Amsterdam

More information:

For futher information please contact Mrs. Cathy Brickwood, programme manager at Virtueel Platform.

Europeana pre-conference on the Public Domain Charter

Should work that is in the public domain remain there after a format change? Or can new rights be claimed when an out-of-copyright item is digitised?

This is the fundamental issue in the discussion of IPR, digitisation and public access. There is no easy answer and Europeana’s content providers, partners and stakeholders represent several shades of opinion.

The Charter is a statement of purpose, not a contract, and it doesn’t bind Europeana’s content providers to any position. It is intended to influence the debate about ways in which digital content from the cultural and scientific heritage could be used – and re-used – to stimulate creative enterprise and innovation in Europe.

The first draft of the Charter stimulated a robust debate at Europeana’s September Conference, Creation, Collaboration and Copyright. Continuing the consultation process, this next draft resolves a number of key concerns, while retaining its clarity of vision.

To focus the discussion, the Europeana team is joined by Paul Keller, from Kennisland, and Lucie Guibault, from the Institute for Information Law at the University of Amsterdam.

Join us in The Hague for a close look at the Public Domain Charter. 

Date: 08.12.2009
Duration: 10:00 – 16:00

Maximum number of participants: 40 people

Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Aula
Prins Willem-Alexanderhof 5
2595 BE The Hague

Rijksmusem, Amsterdam

Open access to a closed museum

From 2003 - 2013 the Rijkmuseum faces the largest renovation, reconstruction and restoration to date. The Rijksmuseum uses this intense period to present its collections in new ways to as large an audience as possible. Closure of the physical museum building continuously inspires the “Rijks” to explore and develop new ways to connect collections and audience. The ultimate aim is to establish a 24/7 Rijksmuseum without borders: the Rijksmuseum online. 

A Rijksmuseum online that tells the contextualized story of Dutch history and culture in dependent of your time and place. A Rijksmuseum online that contributes to the visibility of Dutch culture in virtual national and international communities and that opens the minds of driven researchers and wandering tourists alike.

The preconference aims to offer you an exciting and unique behind the scenes perspective on the past, present and future of our digitization projects aimed at connecting collections and audiences without the availability of our physical museum. Time: 9.00 AM – 16.00 PM

09.00 – 10.00 AM  Welcome and introduction
10.00 – 11.00 AM  Print Room online: project presentation and behind the scenes tour
11.00 – 12.00 PM  Image Department: presentation and tour
12.00 – 13.30 PM  Lunch and informal dicussion (Atelierbuilding)
13.30 – 15.00 PM  Conservation Center of Excellence: tour
15.00 – 16.00 PM  Wrap up and visit to the Philipsvleugel
              16.00 PM  Transport to Rotterdam for the DISH2009 opening reception in Rotterdam Town Hall

Frans van Mierisstraat 92

Maximum number of participants: 12 people
For futher information please contact Mrs. Geertje Jacobs.

Laatst gewijzigd: 26-11-2012

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