2013 Cultural Heritage Creative Tools and Archives Workshop-Final Session-Panel summary


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2013 Cultural Heritage Creative Tools and Archives Workshop" (CHCTA), National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen, 26-27 June 2013, Final Session-Panel summary slides by Erik Champion for 5 minute talk..(url"http://chta.wordpress.com)

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  • 2013 Cultural Heritage Creative Tools and Archives Workshop-Final Session-Panel summary

    1. 1. #chcta-what I learnt over 26-27 June
    2. 2. archives require a human touch
    3. 3. networks are people-friendly
    4. 4. one size does not fit all
    5. 5. so prepare for funding cuts..scale!
    6. 6. infrastructure must meet demands
    7. 7. and it must scale up and down
    8. 8. digital humanities can be a solution looking for a problem
    9. 9. for “scholarly” is still hard to define
    10. 10. role-playing gets attention, judgement needed
    11. 11. DH must • Explain its values and usefulness • Include as many as possible • Bridge divide between process and product • Transform IT programmers into humanists • Improve collaboration tools • Link all parts of the DH scholarly ecosystem
    12. 12. example: DIGHUMLAB must • develop tools and corpora (CLARIN.dk) • integrate research and repositories (Netlab.dk) • develop new ways of integrating media and teaching (Interaction Design) • integrate the community needs with public and scholarly resources • to complete and continue the infrastructure cycle..to support and advance humanities scholars’ manifestos not our own
    13. 13. DARIAH.eu • Legal Structure: DARIAH-ERIC, Host country France • Partner countries: 11 countries signed the MoU • Financial model: 4 million euro per year; national cash and in-kind contributions; GDP- based. • DARIAH-ERIC Governance Structure supported by DARIAH-EU Coordination Office • Scientific activities: European-wide network ofVirtual Competency Centres integrating national activities • Collaboration: Network of affiliated projects in the wider DARIAH landscape, e.g. EHRI, CENDARI,ARIADNE • Formal letter of commitment to become Founding Member of DARIAH-ERIC • General meeting in Copenhagen 5-6 September 2013
    14. 14. DH infrastructure • roads are not infrastructure • roading is infrastructure • roads used by people and modified for people • so infrastructure is the ecosystem of resources + people + feedback system
    15. 15. CFP: cultural heritage creative • deadline: 1 May • date: 26-27 June 2013 • venue: National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen • grant: European Association of the Digital Humanities, with support from NeDiMAH, DIGHUMLAB, Digital Curation Unit Athens, National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen, iSchool (U.Toronto), and many others...
    16. 16. https://docs.google.com/document/d/187tP4-NTbSCVzEl4fGrSaMr3u4l8piRQE_1mT9lZBgw/edit Tools, RIs & Digital Heritage: Methods, Projects, People and Events
    17. 17. DH ecosystem • projects: DHCommons • methods: NeDiMAH • tools: DiRT bamboo • publication: Open Edition • hosting + communities: DARIAH
    18. 18. www.digitalheritage2013.org Marseille Museum of Culture Fall 2013 will witness the largest international scientific event on digital heritage in history, bringing together hundreds of researchers, educators, scientists, industry professionals and policy makers to debate, discuss and present digital technology applied to the protection, documentation, and understanding of humanity’s shared heritage. For the first time ever, under the patronage of UNESCO, the leading scientific and industry events from across the digital and heritage spheres will join together under one roof to explore the state-of-the-art and address future emerging research scenarios. Change the academic ecosystem
    19. 19. 24 virtual heritage • …the use of computer-based interactive technologies to record, preserve, or recreate artefacts, sites and actors of historic, artistic, religious, of cultural significance and to deliver the results openly to a global audience in such a way as to provide formative educational experiences through electronic manipulations of time and space. • Stone, Robert, and Takeo Ojika. 2000. Virtual heritage: what next? Multimedia, IEEE no. 7 (2):73-74. 24
    20. 20. want to know more? • #chcta collaboration!! • DH ecosystem • DARIAH, CPH, Sept 5-6 • http://digitalheritage2013.org • contact http://dighumlab.dk