The WALL in Copenhagen and Cairo:                             When citizens create their city’s historyPhoto: Anne Lundgaa...
Introducing the WALL                       Photo: Københavns Museum/Caspar Miskin 2010
Explore, interact, augmentPhoto: Københavns Museum/Caspar Miskin 2010                   Photo: Jakob Parby 2012
Photo: Københavns MuseumPhoto: VÆGGEN/Nickey 2012                  Truth bearing documents vs insider viewsPhoto: Københav...
Worth sharing?                             Worth saving?                             ”Cute--- but                         ...
Should the user-generated content enter our collections?Photo: Sarah Giersing 2012
Three things to consider before you launch your platform  (if you want to be prepared for incorporating UGC into your coll...
A WALL in CairoCULTNAT: Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural HeritageDEDI: Danish Egyptian Dialogue InstituteW...
Photo: Sarah Giersing 2012                                                              Copyright: Ramses Nosshi 2012     ...
Going local: Sanduq al Dunia //MISSION“To create an interactive, innovative and multi-dimensional public platform for ther...
Photo: Sarah Giersing 2012         In the middle of a revolutionPhoto: Sarah Giersing 2012                                ...
Photo: Sarah Giersing 2012         Sarah Giersing // sarah.giersing@kff.kk.dk // +45 24474814
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The WALL in Copenhagen and Cairo: When citizens create their city's history

  1. 1. The WALL in Copenhagen and Cairo: When citizens create their city’s historyPhoto: Anne Lundgaard 2012
  2. 2. Introducing the WALL Photo: Københavns Museum/Caspar Miskin 2010
  3. 3. Explore, interact, augmentPhoto: Københavns Museum/Caspar Miskin 2010 Photo: Jakob Parby 2012
  4. 4. Photo: Københavns MuseumPhoto: VÆGGEN/Nickey 2012 Truth bearing documents vs insider viewsPhoto: Københavns Museum Photo: VÆGGEN/Nickey 2012
  5. 5. Worth sharing? Worth saving? ”Cute--- but what’s it to us?”Photo: VÆGGEN/Lübbers 2011
  6. 6. Should the user-generated content enter our collections?Photo: Sarah Giersing 2012
  7. 7. Three things to consider before you launch your platform (if you want to be prepared for incorporating UGC into your collections)1. Context and provenance: Make sure to record appropriate information that makes understanding the media easier – and will make it easier to search for.2. Technical quality and conservation status: Make sure to keep a data format that will last as long as possible.3. IP rights conditions: Make sure that the user uploads material of his/her own only. Make sure to have the user sign over an appropiate license on upload. And make sure you have created a lasting accessability to the material that accomodates the license agreed upon.
  8. 8. A WALL in CairoCULTNAT: Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural HeritageDEDI: Danish Egyptian Dialogue InstituteWMF: Women and Memory ForumMuseum of Copenhagen Copyright: Ramses Nosshi 2012
  9. 9. Photo: Sarah Giersing 2012 Copyright: Ramses Nosshi 2012 Collaborating on a dreamPhoto: Sarah Giersing 2012 Photo: Sarah Giersing 2012
  10. 10. Going local: Sanduq al Dunia //MISSION“To create an interactive, innovative and multi-dimensional public platform for thereception, accessibility and contribution to the cultural and natural diversity of Cairo, itsinhabitans, and their living memory – pioneering in the Middle East and the Arab World.Sanduq el Dunia will celebrate and highlight the immense and diverse riches inarchaeology, architecture, arts, culture and social political movements present in Cairo.[…]to democratize the production of collective memory, history and knowledge.”
  11. 11. Photo: Sarah Giersing 2012 In the middle of a revolutionPhoto: Sarah Giersing 2012 Photo: Thawra Media 2012
  12. 12. Photo: Sarah Giersing 2012 Sarah Giersing // sarah.giersing@kff.kk.dk // +45 24474814

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