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BRICKS: The European solution for Digital Libraries services



Venue: Lisbon (Portugal), Museu da Farmácia, Rua Marechal Saldanha 1, 10 May 2006

 

Chaired by Massimo Bertoncini (Engineering Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A. - BRICKS Coordinator) and Silvia Boi (Metaware S.p.A. - BRICKS Exploitation and Valorisation Director)



Programme

Speaker

Topics

Time


Registration

9.00

Clara Frayão Camacho

(Sub directress, Portuguese Institute of Museums)

 

 

Welcome


9.30

Wim van der Weiden

(Chairman, European Museum Forum)

Welcome. What makes a museum a good museum?

 

9.30

Claude Poliart

(European Commission - BRICKS Project Officer)

General Introduction

10.00

Massimo Negri

(Director, European Museum Forum)

Museums and Innovation

10.30

Massimo Bertoncini

(Engineering)

Introduction to BRICKS: A concrete answer for digital libraries services

10.55

  Coffee Break 11.20

Maria Cristina Vannini

(soluzionimuseali - ims)

Luigi Briguglio

(Engineering)

DEMO: The European Museum of the Year Award Application


 

11.35

Maia Zaharieva

(University of Vienna)

DEMO: The BRICKS Workspace

12.00

Maia Zaharieva

(University of Vienna)

DEMO: The Living Memory Module for Online Exhibitions

12.25

Silvia Boi

(Metaware)

The BRICKS Community, a unique opportunity

12.50


Lunch Break

13.15

Marianne Backes

(Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l’Europe)

ENA, a multimedia, multisource and multilingual digital library, safeguarding the European heritage

14.30

Patrícia Valinho

(YDreams Education & Culture)

Interactive Technologies: New Boundaries for Cultural Heritage
14.50

Andreja Rihter

(Museum of recent history, Celje, Slovenia)

Digitalization of Cultural heritage in Slovenia
15.10


BRICKS Community training Modules:

15.30

Federico Dalpane

(Metaware)

Using the BRICKS Community web site: A user-friendly communication web tool for the BRICKS partners and members. This module shows how, using a simple, straightforward web interface, BRICKS Community members can enhance their visibility, disseminate ideas, find partners, and effectively participate to a worldwide forum.


Sara Di Giorgio

(Italian Ministry of the Cultural Heritage)

Guidelines for the implementation of small/medium cultural heritage organisations websites (in collaboration with the MINERVA Project).



Note: The Programme is subject to changes

 
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