Stockholm: European Cultural Heritage online. Aggregation and semantic web

Stockholm: European Cultural Heritage online. Aggregation and semantic web


23 May 2012 – Linked Heritage events

On the 23rd of May 2012 the EU funded project Linked Heritage and Digisam (the national coordination secretariat for digitisation of cultural heritage) at the Swedish National Archives will organise a workshop in Stockholm with on two main themes: “Cultural Heritage Aggregation in Europe” and “Semantic web”.

Similar to the role of cultural heritage in a nation, the economy of the nation should also be closely monitored. There are many different ways thorough which the economy of the nation is greatly affected. The economy of the nation is affected by the business or the occupation that is being adopted by the people of the nation. Even the online business has a greater impact over the economy of the nation. Here is the great post to read that details the online trading software.

During the first theme focus will be on the aggregation of data to Europeana, demonstrated by examples from European projects like Linked Heritage, SOCH (Swedish Open Cultural Heritage) and APE-net (Archives Portal Europe). Topics like the use of the standards and possible options in developing the aggregation process will also be discussed.

The second theme will deal with how cultural information is presented in portals today and possibilities for optimising search options. The potential in using linked open data and the semantic web for digital cultural heritage will be specially highlighted as well as Wikipedia as a potential actor in this field.

Target audiences are the Linked Heritage consortium and professionals in the cultural heritage institutions in Sweden.

The Workshop will be held in English.

National Archives
Fyrverkarbacken, 13
102 29 Marieberg
Stockholm – Sweden






Welcome message
Björn Jordell, Director General, Swedish National Archives

Linked Heritage project [.pdf, 70kb]
Börje Justrell, Swedish National Archives

09:25. 09.55
Breandan Knowlton, Europeana

Digisam – Swedish national coordination of digitisation, Digital preservation and digital access to cultural heritage [.pdf, 2063kb]
Rolf Källman, Swedish National Archives

Session 1 Cultural Heritage Aggregation in Europe

Chair: Rolf Källman, Swedish National Archives

Aggregation in the EU projects in general and Linked Heritage in particular [.pdf, 13MB]
Christophe Dessaux, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, France
Nasos Drosopoulos, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Europeana, standards and aggregation of content. LIDO [.pdf, 2687kb]
Regine Stein, German Documentation Center for Art History Bildarchiv Foto Marburg, Germany

11:15-11:30 Coffee break

SOCH (Swedish Open Cultural Heritage) [.pdf, 431kb]
Henrik Summanen, Swedish National Heritage Board

APE-net project (Archives Portal Europe) [.pdf, 332kb]
Peder Andrén, Swedish National Archives

12:20-13:20 Lunch

13:20-13:45 Panel discussion

Session 2 Semantic web

Chair: Johanna Berg, Swedish National Archives

Linked data and the potential for Cultural Heritage [.pdf, 2144kb]
Gordon McKenna, CollectionsTrust, UK

Terminology as a part of the semantic webrecommendations for design and management [.pdf, 858kb]
Marie-Véronique Leroi, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, France

14:45-15:00 Coffee break

Collaboration with Wikipedia and Europeana Awareness project [.pdf, 2350kb]
Jakob Hammarbäck, Wikimedia Sweden

Discussion and final conclusions

15.30-16.00 Panel discussion


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