The conference about digital strategies in heritage

2 - 3 December 2013
De Doelen, Rotterdam

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Live blogs Chefs' tables and photos available

​The live blogs created at the Chefs' Tables at DISH2013 are now available via the website. Also you can find a photo impression of DISH2013 on our Flickr page. The video's of the keynotes and workshop reports are also available.

You can download the following reports in PDF:

Table 1
Session 1: Mitchell Davis: Meet the keynote
Session 2: Jason Scott & Sven Slootweg: Meet the keynote
Session 3: Daniel Pletinckx & Dries Nollet: How to raise quality and sustainability of digital heritage
Session 4: Daniel Pletinckx & Dries Nollet: How to raise quality and sustainability of digital heritage
Session 5: Daniel Pletinckx & Dries Nollet: How to raise quality and sustainability of digital heritage

Table 2
Session 1: Sašo Zagoranski:How to connect thousands of cultural institutions into one network for reuse?
Session 2: Sašo Zagoranski:How to connect thousands of cultural institutions into one network for reuse?
Session 3: Sašo Zagoranski:How to connect thousands of cultural institutions into one network for reuse?
Session 4: Aaron Straup Cope
Session 5: Aaron Straup Cope

Table 3
Session 1: Aaron Straup Cope
Session 2: Breadan Knowlton & João Gonçalves: Faraway so Close – how to bridge the gap between Cultural Heritage Institutions and Creative Industries
Session 3: Breadan Knowlton & João Gonçalves: Faraway so Close – how to bridge the gap between Cultural Heritage Institutions and Creative Industries
Session 4: Breadan Knowlton & João Gonçalves: Faraway so Close – how to bridge the gap between Cultural Heritage Institutions and Creative Industries
Session 5: Paul Keller: Open metadata, open content?

Table 4
Session 1: Paul Keller: Open metadata, open content?
Session 2: Paul Keller: Open metadata, open content?
Session 3: Nico Verplancke: How to create an institute for digital archiving in 1 year
Session 4: Nico Verplancke: How to create an institute for digital archiving in 1 year
Session 5: Nico Verplancke: How to create an institute for digital archiving in 1 year

Table 5
Session 1: Nico Verplancke: How to create an institute for digital archiving in 1 year
Session 2: Nico Verplancke: How to create an institute for digital archiving in 1 year
Session 3: Nico Verplancke: How to create an institute for digital archiving in 1 year
Session 4: Suzanne de Jong-Kole & Onno Zaman: How to digitize 40.000 objects per day?
Session 5: Joost van Leusen & Suzanne de Jong-Kole: How to digitize 7 million natural history objects at less than € 2,- per object in 5 years

Table 6
Session 1: Chris Wild: Meet the keynote
Session 2: Irene Haan & Thijs van Exel: What can I do with heritage films online?
Session 3: Irene Haan & Thijs van Exel: What can I do with heritage films online?
Session 4: Irene Haan & Thijs van Exel: What can I do with heritage films online?
Session 5: Àlex Hinojo: How to start wiki-related projects once you've convinced your staff

Table 7
Session 1: Àlex Hinojo: How to start wiki-related projects once you've convinced your staff
Session 2: Àlex Hinojo: How to start wiki-related projects once you've convinced your staff
Session 3: Joris Pekel: How to build a GLAM community?
Session 4: Joris Pekel: How to build a GLAM community?
Session 5: Joris Pekel: How to build a GLAM community?

Table 8
Session 1: Peter Gorgels: How to develop a concept like Rijksstudio?
Session 2: Peter Gorgels: How to develop a concept like Rijksstudio?
Session 3: Peter Gorgels: How to develop a concept like Rijksstudio?
Session 4: Paul Manwaring & Jonathan Carter: Using Open Source Software to Publish Cultural Heritage Apps- The pain and pleasure of making interactive experiences
Session 5: Paul Manwaring & Jonathan Carter: Using Open Source Software to Publish Cultural Heritage Apps- The pain and pleasure of making interactive experiences

Table 9
Session 1: Paul Manwaring & Jonathan Carter: Using Open Source Software to Publish Cultural Heritage Apps- The pain and pleasure of making interactive experiences
Session 2: Paul Manwaring & Jonathan Carter: Using Open Source Software to Publish Cultural Heritage Apps- The pain and pleasure of making interactive experiences
Session 3: Merete Sanderhoff & Lizzy Jongma: Use open licensing to the MAX
Session 4: Merete Sanderhoff & Lizzy Jongma: Use open licensing to the MAX
Session 5: Lotte Baltussen & Henk Vanstappen: How Open Culture Data is opening up cultural heritage in new ways to new audiences

Table 10
Session 1: Lotte Baltussen & Henk Vanstappen: How Open Culture Data is opening up cultural heritage in new ways to new audiences
Session 2: Lotte Baltussen & Henk Vanstappen: How Open Culture Data is opening up cultural heritage in new ways to new audiences
Session 3: Jeroen de Boer & Bertus Douwes: FryskLab: how makerspace and informationspace are connected
Session 4: Jeroen de Boer & Bertus Douwes: FryskLab: how makerspace and informationspace are connected
Session 5: Jeroen de Boer & Bertus Douwes: FryskLab: how makerspace and informationspace are connected

Table 11
Session 3: Nelleke van Zeeland & Marc Holtman: How to survive as a 21st century photo agency?
Session 4: Nancy van Asseldonk & Geert-Jan van Bussel: What kind of professional are you looking for?
Session 5: Nancy van Asseldonk & Geert-Jan van Bussel: What kind of professional are you looking for?

Table 12
Session 2: Wim Hupperetz: The digital heritage paradox: 3D reconstructions tool or token?
Session 3: Wim Hupperetz: The digital heritage paradox: 3D reconstructions tool or token?
Session 4: Wim Hupperetz: The digital heritage paradox: 3D reconstructions tool or token?
Session 5: Gerhard Jan Nauta & Marco de Niet Invasion of the hybrids!

Table 13
Session 1: Gerhard Jan Nauta & Marco de Niet Invasion of the hybrids!
Session 2: Gerhard Jan Nauta & Marco de Niet Invasion of the hybrids!
Session 3: Flora van Gaalen & Anja Tollenaar: How to protect the historic with brand new strategies?
Session 4: Flora van Gaalen & Anja Tollenaar: How to protect the historic with brand new strategies?
Session 5: Flora van Gaalen & Anja Tollenaar: How to protect the historic with brand new strategies?

Table 14
Session 1: Nick Poole: Building bridges – experience of developing collaborations with the Creative Industries
Session 2: Nick Poole: Building bridges – experience of developing collaborations with the Creative Industries
Session 3: Nick Poole: Building bridges – experience of developing collaborations with the Creative Industries
Session 4: Astrid Verheusen & Astrid van Wesenbeck: Change management in the Library sector
Session 5: Astrid Verheusen & Astrid van Wesenbeck: Change management in the Library sector

Table 15
Session 1: Astrid Verheusen & Astrid van Wesenbeck: Change management in the Library sector
Session 2: Shaun Osborne: CMS and DAMS: Where API Integration fits in to the bigger picture
Session 3: Tjeerd de Boer: How to work out a national strategy for improving 21st century skills in heritage
Session 4: Tjeerd de Boer: How to work out a national strategy for improving 21st century skills in heritage
Session 5: Tjeerd de Boer: How to work out a national strategy for improving 21st century skills in heritage

A big thanks to all the live bloggers for making this possible!

> See also the keynote video's and workshop reports

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Call us: +31(0)10 4401 200

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