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  • 1. APAN’s eCulture Working Group (WG): The Journey Faridah Noor Mohd Noor, PhD. Associate Professor, University of Malaya, Malaysia C-Chair, APAN eCulture WG
  • 2. Greetings from the Chair of eCulture WG Professor Sato
  • 3. Outline
    • Background to APAN’s eCulture WG setup
    • Objectives of eCulture WG
    • Past Activities and Topics
    • Upcoming Events
  • 4. Background: The Setting Up of APAN’s eCulture WG
    • At the 18th APAN Meetings/QUESTnet 2004 in Cairns, 2004.7.2-7, Cairns, Australia
    • BOF Formed
    • eCulture BoF presentation by Prof DY Kim - Chair: Takaharu Kameoka - 9 presentations in Cairns meeting - High level of interest and enthusiasm < /meetings/cairns2004/presentation/eculture-kameoka.doc > 
  • 5. Outcome of Presentation of BOF
    • The main points and results are shown below.
    • 1) For the moment, the name of &quot;e-Culture&quot; should be hold.
    • 2) Various contents related culture are most important element
    • in e-Culture. But such contents should be
    • studied to collaborate with media and technology side.
    • 3) Two slots are necessary for the e-Culture session in the next
    • APAN meeting, Bangkok.
    • 4) In order to make a stable strategy and to find next suitable
    • presentations, we started to build up a’ formal working
    • group and make the mailing list of members. Initial mailing
    • list will consist of those who attended e-Culture BoF meeting.
    • 5) At the same time, discussions are continued to brush up e-
    • Culture concept with concerning e-Science by January 2005.
    • 6) For the moment, Prof. Takaharu Kameoka continues to be a
    • chair of formal e-Culture working group.
  • 6. eCulture Working Group
    • at the 21st APAN Meetings in 2005 in Tokyo,Japan
    • Ratified eCultureWG Date: 19 July 2006
    • Set Up:
    • Elections every 2 years
      • Chairperson
      • 2 Co-chairs
  • 7. Committee
    • 2006-2008
      • Chair: Prof Takaharu KAMEOKA (Mie University)
      • Mr. Pisuth Paiboonrat, (Thailand) and Faridah Noor (UM, Malaysia)
    • 2009-2010
      • Chair: Prof Yoshinori Sato
      • Co-Chairs: Ilya (Taiwan) and Faridah Noor (UM, Malaysia)
  • 8. eCulture WG
    • e-Culture is an interdisciplinary research which covers contemporary politics, economics, social issues and culture.
    • It is believed that eCulture should be connected to other APAN contents.
    • ECulture workshop brings together participants from academia, industry and government to learn and to discuss about eCulture activities in the APAN countries.
  • 9. Format of Sessions
    • The workshop is organized in 2 sessions.
      • Theme:
      • For Example: Because the meeting is held in Xi'An Ch ina, one session is organaized as a special session of &quot;Digital Silk R oad“
    • General Assembly
  • 10. Past Activities
    • Initial topics - Defining eCulture
    • Social sciences and hard science contributions considered
    • What should be digitised
    • Interdisciplinary (IT/culture)
  • 11. Initial Discussions
    • So what makes up eCulture?
    • Participation of everyone to contribute in capturing, digitising, archiving based on their membership of their culture
    • Different aspects of community (people) – daily practices, norms, beliefs, attitudes and perceptions
    • Human aspects of phenomena (tsunami)
  • 12. Topics
    • Technology of DG Culture
      • New Software/authoring tools
      • Application of software
      • Adaptation of technology
  • 13. Topics
    • Preservation of Tangible Cultural Heritage
      • Digitisation of artifacts, manuscripts, documents
      • eMuseums (Virtual museums)
      • Preservation of historical/cultural sites
      • Archives/databases
  • 14. Innovations
    • Introduction of software and grid applications
    • Creative use of available applications
      • eDance - eSport - edutainment
      • archive of movements
      • cyber performance
  • 15. Topics
    • Social networks/communities
      • SoNets
      • reports of user applications
      • impact of tech on communities
  • 16. Others
    • Progress Reports
      • On-going projects
        • Sharing of results
        • Reports of problems/obstacles
        • Sharing of solutions
        • Observations
  • 17. Upcoming Events
    • Invitation to
    • eCulture WG Sessions 29 th APAN Meetings in Sydney (Australia) 8-11 February
    • 30 th APAN Meetings in Hanoi (Vietnam)
  • 18. Thank you for Listening [email_address]