Programme EDCR2016

PAPER ABSTRACTS  & AUTHORS’ BIOS/  POSTER ABSTRACTS & PRESENTER BIOS
(in the order they appear in the programme)

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Monday 12 December 2016 (Kelvin Hall Lecture Theatre)

9:00-9:30 Registration
9:30-9:45 Welcome & Introduction to the Symposium – Maria Economou (HATII & Hunterian, University of Glasgow)
9:45-11:25 Session Monday 1: Digital collections, users and communities
Chair M1: Ian Ruthven (Department of Computer and Information Sciences, University of Strathclyde)
09:45-10:05 Paper 1 (Invited) Marco De Niet (Digital Heritage Netherlands) Measuring the progress of digitisation in Europe: the ENUMERATE Framework and Observatory
10:05-10:25 Paper 2 Agiatis Benardou (Athena Research Centre, Greece) Within and Beyond: Case Studies on the Use of Digital Tools and Content in the context of Europeana
10:25-10:45 Paper 3 Alistair Bell, Katherine Lloyd and Naomi Harvey (National Library of Scotland & Heriot-Watt University) Reimagining the relationship between collecting institutions and communities in the digital environment: Insights from Scotland’s Sounds
10:45-11:05 Paper 4 Peggy Sue Ewanyshyn (University of Alberta Libraries) Concerns around digitization projects in an indigenous community
Q&A / Discussion
11:25-11:55 Coffee/tea break
11:55-12:45 Session Monday 2: Evaluating the use of heritage visualisations and VR
Chair M2: Seamus Ross (Visiting Professor Athens University of Economics and Business & Universities of Glasgow/Toronto)
11:55-12:15 Paper 1 Stuart Jeffrey, Daisy Abbott, Kevin Burden and Anastasia Gouseti (Glasgow School of Art) The REVISIT project: legacy heritage visualisations and educational potential
12:15-12:35 Paper 2 Laia Pujol-Tost (Pompeu Fabra University, Spain) Evaluating VR-mediated experiences: a Cultural Presence Questionnaire
Q&A / Discussion
12:45-13:45 Lunch (not provided)
13:45-15:00 Session Monday 3: Evaluating digital in museum exhibitions
Chair M3: Martin Bellamy (Glasgow Life)
13:45-14:05 Paper 1 Areti Damala and Ian Ruthven (University of Strathclyde) “Every object tells a story”: Deciphering the impact of digitally enabled tangible and multisensory museum visiting experiences.
14:05-14:25 Paper 2 Laura Gottlieb (Digital Heritage Center, Sweden) Evaluation Study of Four Installations at the Swedish Museum of Performing Arts
14:25-14:45 Paper 3 George Barker (University of Amsterdam & Royal Anthropological Institute, UK) Redesigning a Design Museum: Digital Collections and Access at the Cooper Hewitt
Q&A / Discussion
15:00-15:30 Coffee/tea break
15:30-16:30 Session Monday 4: Digital CH – broader perspectives: Funder’s, institutional, organisational
Chair M4: William Kilbride (Digital Preservation Coalition)
15:30-15:50 Paper 1 (Invited) Karen Brookfield (Heritage Lottery Fund) Making heritage digital: a funder’s perspective
15:50-16:10 Paper 2 (Invited) Kati Price (Victoria & Albert Museum) Choosing the Right Yardstick: Reflections from London’s Victoria & Albert Museum
16:10-16:15 Paper 3 (short) Harry Verwayen (Europeana Foundation) Impact eats sustainability for lunch (Europeana impact & introduction to Tuesday’s Impact workshop)
Q&A / Discussion
17:00-18:00

PUBLIC TALK (Kelvin Hall Lecture Theatre)

Mark O’Neill (Glasgow Life) – “What are Museums For?”

18:00-20:00 COLLECTIONS OPEN NIGHT & RECEPTION

Tuesday 13 Dec (Kelvin Hall)

 9:00-11:00 KH Seminar Room 1

Workshop: Using the Europeana Impact Framework to conceive Performance Indicators – Harry Verwayen, Marco De Niet & Lorna Hughes (up to 30 participants)

 9:00-10:40 Session Tuesday 1 (Lecture Theatre): Archival collections & audiences

Chair T1: Fred Saunderson (‎National Library of Scotland)

9:00-9:20 Paper 1 Alison Diamond (Argyll Estates) Understanding the Archival Audience
9:20-9:40 Paper 2 Ina-Maria Jansson (Uppsala University) Value and use of crowdsourced information in online image archives
9:40-10:00 Paper 3 Giasemi Vavoula (University of Leicester) Digitally mediated archive-user interactions
10:00-10:20 Paper 4 Charlie Turpie (London Metropolitan Archives) The Great Parchment Book project
Q&A
10:40-11:10 Coffee/tea break
11:10-11:30 Session Tuesday 2 – Poster pechakucha style presentations (3 mins each)
Chair T2: Ian Anderson (HATII)Michael Newton (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) – Handling Diverse Workflows and Participation Models in Curation and Access: The Development and Impact of DH Platforms in the UNC Digital Innovation LabEszter Papp (Xponia AG, Switzerland) – Turning data into knowledge: how digital resources and analysis are affecting cultural heritageFiona Jane Maclellan (Glasgow School of Art) – Transformative Schooling
11:30-12:50 Session Tuesday 3 – Lecture Theatre: Designing and evaluating digital narratives in museums
Chair T3: Kati Price (Head of Digital Media Department, V&A)
11:30-11:50 Paper 1 (invited) Alyson Webb (Frankly, Green + Webb) Opportunities & Challenges of Research as a Design Tool in the Development of Digital Services
11:50-12:10 Paper 2 Maribel Hidalgo Urbaneja (University of Glasgow) Towards a definition of Digital narratives in Art Museums. Assessing the scholarly value of narrative online resources.
12:10-12:30 Paper 3 Maria Economou (University of Glasgow) Evaluating the use of a digital trail for connecting the Hunterian collections and engaging visitors in an exhibition
Q&A
12:50-13:50 Lunch (not provided)
13:50-15:30 Session Tuesday 4 – Lecture Theatre: Creation, use and evaluation of digital cultural data
Chair T4: Lorna Hughes (HATII, University of Glasgow)
13:50-14:10 Paper 1 Christina Kamposiori, Claire Warwick and Simon Mahony (UCL & Research Libraries UK) User requirements for evaluating digital resources: the case of art history
14:10-14:30 Paper 2 Milena Dobreva, Edel Jennings, Georgina Portelli and Pierre Portelli (University of Malta) Digital heritage content creation in intergenerational oral history projects: a tale of two projects, and desired and undesired consequences
14:30-14:50 Paper 3 Giannis Tsakonas (University of Patras Library) Did you see that too? On myths and monsters of the evaluation of digital cultural heritage collections
14:50-15:10 Paper 4 (invited) Anthony Lilley (Magic Lantern Productions) The Arts and Data: Just Managing?
Q&A
15:30-16:00 Closing round table discussion

Chair: Maria Economou (HATII & Hunterian, University of Glasgow)

END OF SYMPOSIUM

PAPER ABSTRACTS  & AUTHORS’ BIOS/  POSTER ABSTRACTS & PRESENTER BIOS
(in the order they appear in the programme)

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