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Simon TannerKing’s College LondonT: @SimonTanner #k2_0
.           InnovationTeaching                        Research
.
Virtual         Digitisation                              heritage                         Digital PreservationIntellectua...
In the Attention Economythere is a deficit of attentionand time:-    the ability to attend to    information in this tsuna...
A place where a communitynourishes its memory and itsimagination – where itconnects with the past andinvents its future.To...
© H de Smet
www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/inspiring.html
New areas of research enabled“Old Bailey Online reaches out to communities, such as familyhistorians, who are keen to find...
Effective, efficient and world leadingwww.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/inspiring.html
f. 23 detail
Bestowing economic & community benefits   Glasgow Museums Collection is the city’s biggest single fiscal asset   valued at...
Interdisciplinary & collaborative    www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/inspiring.html
Courtesy of www.museum-analytics.org
Courtesy of www.museum-analytics.org
AudiencePeople                  Exhibition                                     Development                                ...
© H de Smet
www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/impact.html
www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/impact.html
www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/impact.html
•People value the utility afforded through use of the digital       Utility Value           resources now or sometime in t...
Videos:    http://vimeo.com/49682510http://simon-tanner.blogspot.com/
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland
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Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland

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Curation and Impact in the Digital Age. Keynote by Simon Tanner for the Kultura 2.0 festival in Warsaw, Poland October 2012.

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Simon Tanner Keynote for Kultura 2.0, Poland

  1. 1. Simon TannerKing’s College LondonT: @SimonTanner #k2_0
  2. 2. . InnovationTeaching Research
  3. 3. .
  4. 4. Virtual Digitisation heritage Digital PreservationIntellectual heritage Web ArchivingMaterial heritage Born digital Collection DevelopmentPreservation Web 2.0 / & Interactive heritageConservation
  5. 5. In the Attention Economythere is a deficit of attentionand time:- the ability to attend to information in this tsunami of data and information.We will thus compete: for attention, for eyeballs on our collections and resources, for time and energy from our communities.
  6. 6. A place where a communitynourishes its memory and itsimagination – where itconnects with the past andinvents its future.To educate, enlighten and entertain:to promote and disseminate and to preserve culture
  7. 7. © H de Smet
  8. 8. www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/inspiring.html
  9. 9. New areas of research enabled“Old Bailey Online reaches out to communities, such as familyhistorians, who are keen to find a personal history, reflected in anational story, and in the process re-enforces the workings of acivil society. Digital resources both create a new audience, and reconfigure our analysis to favour the individual.” Professor Tim Hitchcock, University of Hertfordshire “Digitised resources allow me to discover the hidden lives of disabled people, who have not traditionally left records of theirlives. I have found disability was discussed by many writers in the Eighteenth Century and that disabled men and women played an important role in the social life of the time.” Dr David Turner, Swansea University www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/inspiring.html
  10. 10. Effective, efficient and world leadingwww.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/inspiring.html
  11. 11. f. 23 detail
  12. 12. Bestowing economic & community benefits Glasgow Museums Collection is the city’s biggest single fiscal asset valued at £1.4 billion. It contains around 1.2 million objects. On average only 2% of the collection is exhibited to the public at any one time. Digital access is opening up further access to these collections. A major impact sought is to increase self-confidence in the populace – to feel less marginalised, less insignificant, less unheard. Increased feelings of self-worth through interaction with the Museums will spill over into every aspect of their lives. Digitised content & JISC Collections negotiations save the sector ~£43 million per year www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/inspiring.html
  13. 13. Interdisciplinary & collaborative www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/inspiring.html
  14. 14. Courtesy of www.museum-analytics.org
  15. 15. Courtesy of www.museum-analytics.org
  16. 16. AudiencePeople Exhibition Development AccessEvents Learning & Web 2.0 EducationPlacesTimes Conservation RevenueConcepts Marketing Research Making Collections VisibleSubjects, themes
  17. 17. © H de Smet
  18. 18. www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/impact.html
  19. 19. www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/impact.html
  20. 20. www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/impact.html
  21. 21. •People value the utility afforded through use of the digital Utility Value resources now or sometime in the future. •People derive value and benefit from knowing that a digitalExistence and/or Prestige resource is cherished by persons living inside and outside their Value community. This value exists whether the resource is personally used or not. •People are aware that digital resources contributes to their own Education Value or to other people’s sense of culture, education, knowledge and heritage and therefore value it. •People benefit from the experience of being part of a community Community Value that is afforded by the digital resource. • People derive benefit from the inheritance passed down to them and satisfaction from the fact that their descendents and otherInheritance / Bequest Value members of the community will in the future be able to enjoy a digital resource if they so choose. www.kdcs.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/impact.html
  22. 22. Videos: http://vimeo.com/49682510http://simon-tanner.blogspot.com/

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