Digitisation Workshop

RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London

26 February 2007

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Registration & refreshments
10.15 Overview of the day

Jo Turner: Head of Arts Education, DCMS.
10.30 Introduction

John Newbigin: Chairman of the 24-Hour Museum.
Presentation notes: [PDF]
Jane Finnis: Head of the 24-Hour Museum.
10.45 The European Digital Library and the Ministerial Conclusions

Pat Manson: Head of Unit, Cultural Heritage and Technology Enhanced Learning, European Commission.
David Dawson: Senior Policy Advisor, Museum, Libraries and Archives Council.
Presentation: [Powerpoint] [HTML]
11.00 Digitisation in the UK: the case for a UK framework; and the JISC/CURL report

Stuart Dempster: UK Digital Collection Development.
11.15 Supporting the personalising learning agenda

Dave Hassell, Director Educational Content, Becta.
Presentation: [Powerpoint] [HTML]
11.45 Digitisation for research in the Arts and Humanities

Prof. David Robey: Director, ICT in Arts and Humanities Research Programme, AHRC.
12.10 The economic potential of digitisation; and the Creative Economy Programme

Phil Clapp: Deputy Director, DCMS, Creative Industries Division.
13.30 Making Engaging Digital Projects

Damian Rafferty: Development Producer, Culture Online.
Presentation: [Powerpoint] [HTML]
13.45 Breakout sessions

You will be looking at three interlinked topics: digitisation, access and preservation.
15:30 Summary

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