Programm/Abstracts „Building infrastructures for archives in a digital world“ (Dublin, 26.-28.6.2013)

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Wie nicht anders zu erwarten: das Thema Web 2.0 spielt in vielen der Vorträgen eine Rolle! Hier sind die Vorträge zusammengestellt:  

 

Table of contents
INTRODUCTION SPEECHES: THE FUTURE OF ARCHIVES IN A DIGITAL WORLD
Daniel Pitti (Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, University of Virgina, US) Strategic issues for archives in a digital world

Björn Jordell (Riksarkivet, SE) Open data and its strategic impact on archives Jennifer Edmond (CENDARI project, IE) Learning to say ‘No’: strategic considerations for archives in the digital world

SESSION 1.1 STRATEGIC ISSUES FOR ARCHIVES IN A DIGITAL WORLD

Thomas Aigner (ICARUS, AT) International cooperation as a precondition for building infrastructures
Daniel Jeller (ICARUS, AT) The digital age: opportunities to ensure access to our cultural heritage
Boris Blažinić (Institute for quality and human resource development) How to raise visibility: archive’s hidden treasuries
Herbert Wurster (Diocese of Passau, DE) Persistent-meta-data, the keeping of records and archival science

SESSION 1.2 OPEN DATA AND LICENSING
Julia Fallon (IPR & Policiy Advisor Europeana) Open data and licensing (legal aspects, consequences for accessibility, economic aspects, copyright, creative commons etc.)
Walter Scholger (Centre for Information Modelling in the Humanities Graz, AT) Archives and the ‚digital turn‘: challenges, opportunities and possible solutions to Open Access, provision and use of archival resources
Martin Fries (Swiss Federal Archives, CH) Everything online? Dealing with data protection issues
Dorota Drzewiecka, Katarzyna Pepłowska (Nicolaus Copernicus University of Torun, PL) Access to Polish archival material: legal dilemmas
SESSION 1.3 LINKING OF DATA – INTERDISCIPLINARY COOPERATION
Jane Stevenson (Archives Hub, GB) A Licence to Thrill: the exciting potential of open data
Eddy Put (State Archives Belgium, BE) Pleading the case for a flora of archives
Costanza Giannaccini (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, IT) Burckhardtsource.org. A semantic archive
Damiana Luzzi (Digital Renaissance Foundation, IT), Irene Pedretti (Historical Archives of the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, IT) An ontology for APUG: problem, method and solution
SESSION 1.4 USERS OF ARCHIVISTIC CONTENT NOW AND IN THE FUTURE


Stefano Vitali (Soprintendenza Archivistica per l’Emilia Romagna, IT) Archivists and users in the virtual searching room
Stéphane Gierts (Council of the European Union) Archival access and online archives of the Council of the European Union – Considering the user perspective16
Steffen Hennicke (Berlin School of Library and Information Science, DE) Modelling the information needs of archival users
Petra Links (NIOD – Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, NL) & Reto Speck (NIOD, Research Associate at Centre for e-Research, King’s College London, GB) Research infrastructures and archival inter-mediation

SESSION 1.5 BUILDING NEW PARTNERSHIPS
Laura Gould (Lothian Health Services Archive, GB) & Gunivere Barlow (Carmichael Watson Project, GB) Small Scale, Big Change – the impact of social media
Doreen Kelimes (City Archives Speyer, DE) The eastern and north-eastern European archives between digitisation, Web 2.0 and social media
Alexander Schatek (Topothek, AT) “Let the crowd work”. Creating a Virtual Archive by Local Units
Peter Moser (Archives of Rural History, CH) Virtual archives: a new solution to old problems?
Tom Cobbaert (Archief 2.0, BE) ArchiefWiki, the collaborative success of independent knowledge sharing
SESSION 1.6 ARCHIVAL CONTENT IN DIDACTIC PRACTICE

Antonella Ambrosio (UNINA – Università degli Studi di NapoliFederico II, IT) Charters and digital archives in the didactic practice
Hrvoje Stančić, Arian Rajh, Edvin Bursić (Department of Information and Communication Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, HR) Archival education activities in the online environment
Artur Dirmeier & Kathrin Pindl (Spitalarchiv Regensburg, DE) Spitalarchiv: didactic practice in a digital world
SESSION 2.1 ARCHIVAL METADATA AND STANDARDS FOR DIGITAL ARCHIVES
Daniel Pitti (Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, University of Virginia, US) The emerging archival metadata landscape
Karin Bredenberg (National Archives of Sweden, SE) Record creators: use of EAC-CPF in the Archives Portal Europe
Kerstin Arnold (Technical Coordinator APEx, Federal Archives of Germany, DE) EAD revision and its effects on the Archives Portal Europe
Maud Medves (CENDARI project, FR) EAG CENDARI: customising EAG for research purposes
SESSION 2.2 BEST PRACTICE: IT’S TOOL TIME!
Susanne Waidmann (Federal Archives of Germany, DE) The Archives Portal Europe: the adventure of presenting multicultural and multilingual information on archival material, its creators and their repositories in just one tool
Bastiaan Verhoef (APEx, Nationaal Archief, NL) The backend of the Archives Portal Europe: lessons learned and challenges waiting (provisional)
Jochen Graf (University of Cologne, DE) Transcription, contextualization and peer review: the ‘Monasterium Collaborative Archives’
Eoghan Ó Carragáin (National Library of Ireland, IE), Luke O’Sullivan (Swansea Univesity Library, IE) Archival collections in Vufind
SESSION 2.3 BEST PRACTICE: FROM CARDBOARD BOXES TO EUROPEAN E-ARCHIVES

Zoltán Szatucsek (National Archives of Hungary, HU) Search all, find more: access to the Archival Database Service in Hungary
Maria Popkovacheva-Terzieva (Archives State Agency of Bulgaria, BG) Archives State Agency: attempts to popularize its digital holdings
Peter Fleer (Swiss Federal Archives, CH) Interpretation of digital records
John Cox (National University of Ireland, IE) The Abbey Theatre Archive Digitization Project: challenges and opportunities
Grace Toland (Irish Traditional Music Archive, IE) The Irish Traditional Music Archive & The Inishowen Song Project
SESSION 2.4 BEST PRACTICE: SUSTAINING DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURES IN THE LONG RUN
Hrvoje Stančić, Arian Rajh (Department of Information and Communication Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, HR), Edvin Buršić (Financial Agency, HR) Using Archival Information Packages for production of sustainable archival collections of digitised records
Giovanni Ciccaglioni (ICUU – Italian Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities, IT) Digital cultural heritage and e-infrastructures
Salvatore Vassallo (Instituto Centrale per gli Archivi, IT) The Archival Resource Catalogue within the Italian National Archival System
Armin Straube (German National Library, DE) Frameworks for digital preservation
SESSION 2.5 BEST PRACTICE: BUILDING INFRASTRUCTURES ON A NATIONAL LEVEL


Vlatka Lemić (Croatian State Archives, HR) Archival infrastructure at national level: introducing interoperability, networking and integration in practice
Christina Wolf & Gerald Maier (State Archives Baden-Württemberg, DE) Building a German archives portal: development of a national platform for archival information within the German Digital Library
István Kenyeres (Budapest City Archives, HU) Archives Portal Hungary: asolution for joint publication of databases and digitized archival materials
Karol Krawczyk (Head Office of State Archives, PL) Holdings accessible online: the Polish experience
Chezkie Kasnett (The National Library of Israel, IL) The historical archive reborn: approach and strategy for the Archive network
SESSION 2.6 BEST PRACTICE: BUILDING INFRASTRUCTURES ON AN INTERNATIONAL LEVEL
Manfred Thaller, Jochen Graf, Sebastian Rose, Andre Streicher (University of Cologne, DE) Network(s) for Europe’s charters: a proven blueprint for an international infrastructure
Gerold Ritter & Jonas Arnold (Archives Online, CH) Archives Online: real time searched in 13 archives without redundant data
Henk Harmsen (DARIAH-EU) DARIAH: the adventure of building an infrastructure
Anna Bohn & Aleksandra Pawłiczek (CENDARI project, DE) CENDARI: building up a research infrastructure on The First World War across borders


Joachim Kemper

Wiss. Archivar (Stadt- und Stiftsarchiv Aschaffenburg), Historiker

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