Sharing is Caring. Putting sharing and openness on the Danish GLAM agenda #AAM2014

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Presentation of the Sharing is Caring seminars and anthology.
Media & Technology breakfast, 20 May.
http://www.aam-us.org/events/annual-meeting/program/sessions-and-events?ID=2541
American Alliance of Museums 2014.
Seattle WA

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  • Following a couple of pilot projects focused on sharing digitized assets and collaborating with peers and users, SMK founded Sharing is Caring with partners in the Danish Broadcasting Corporation and the Association of Danish Museums (equivalent to AAM)
  • We’re in the heritage sector, and caring for our collections is at the core of our institutional values and missions.
    With this series of seminars, we wanted to state, that in the digital age, caring for our collections means sharing them.
    Copies don’t harm the original, sharing entails shared ownership and empowering users to learn, create, and innovate.
  • Bringing in leaders from abroad to keynote and inspire Danish GLAM sector
  • Check out the athmosphere of Sharecare
  • Sharing is Caring. Putting sharing and openness on the Danish GLAM agenda #AAM2014

    1. 1. CCBY-NC 2.0 Thomas Christensen on Flickr Putting sharing and openness on the Danish GLAM agenda Merete Sanderhoff Curator of digital museum practice http://www.slideshare.net/MereteSanderhoff @MSanderhoff Media & Technology Breakfast May 20, 2014 #AAM2014 Sharing is Caring
    2. 2. Series of international GLAM seminars in Copenhagen since 2011 CCBY-NC-ND 2.0 Jacob Wang on Flickr
    3. 3. Martin von Haller, CCBY 2.0 Michael Edson on Flickr Open data Open source Open content Creative Commons Collaboration Sharing tech Sharing authority Particatory design
    4. 4. CCBY-SA 2.0 ODM on Flickr Diverse audience of practitioners, academics, Wikipedians, teachers, and users
    5. 5. Michael Edson, CCBY-NC-SA 2.0 Thomas Christensen on Flickr First seminar 2011 ‘Digitized cultural heritage for all’ Focus on commons and tech foundations
    6. 6. Second seminar 2012 ‘Let’s get real!’ Focus on real challenges and outcomes of sharing Shelley Bernstein, CCBY-SA 2.0 ODM on Flickr
    7. 7. Third seminar 2014 ‘Working with our users’ Focus on deep engagement and measuring impact k Poole, CCBY-NC-SA 2.0 Lars Lundqvist on Flickr
    8. 8. www.sharecare.nu
    9. 9. More videos coming up! http://vimeo.com/channels/sharingiscaring http://vimeo.com/92736355
    10. 10. Flickr pool
    11. 11. Talks from 2011-2012 converted into 18 papers by experts and practitioners Michael Edson Shelley Bernstein Jill Cousins Jasper Visser Sarah Giersing Martin von Haller Lars Lundqvist Jacob Wang Peter Leth and more…
    12. 12. A free copy for all at M&T Breakfast Image by @mpedson sharingiscaring.smk.dk/en @MSanderhoff

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