What you can expect in 2014?

Thursday, 13th November 2014

09:00
Registration & Coffee

I. Opening 

10:00
Opening Speech
10:10
Welcome Speech
Dr. Verena Metze-Mangold
President of the German UNESCO-Commission  and Patroness of the event 
10:20
Introduction
Dr. Paul Klimpel
Head of the Conference  

II. Cultural Heritage 3.0 – Extended Digital Use

On basis of which approaches do cultural- and memory institutions make cultural heritage accessible? What expectations formulate science & research, particularly in terms of technical analysis options? Representatives of cultural institutions of Civil Society and State institutions and research explain and discuss different strategies. 
10:30
A National Library for the 21st Century – Content and Services in the Digital Library
Roger Jøsevold*
Deputy Director Genereal at the National Library of Norway
11:00
William Patry
Senior Counsel Copyright at Google 
11:30
Liam Wyatt*
Wikimedia Coordinator for Europeana
12:00
Lunchbreak
13:00
Panel discussion with the following speakers and others:
President of the Federal Archives
Director General of the Museums für Naturkunde Berlin
Principal Research Associate Comparative Media und Executive Director of HyperStudio – Digital Humanities of MIT – Massachussets Institute of Technology 
Alice Wiegand

Board Member of the Wikimedia Foundation
Max Kaiser
Head of Research and Development, Austrian National Library

Chaired by: Jan Engelmann
Executive Board Member of Wikimedia Deutschland e.V. 

III. Audio-visual Heritage

We present five ways that individuals, institutions and countries have followed to make  movies, TV shows, scientific and artistic works permanently available. What successes can the initiatives present? What challenges have been to overcome? How is the access to audiovisual heritage accepted by the users? 
13:45
Introduction
Stephanie Sarah Lauke
Medienwissenschaftlerin, Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln
13:50
An user perspective on unlocking audiovisual heritage riches to an online environment
Dr. Guido Ongena*
Lecturer & researcher at the Faculty of IT & Design,  The Hague University of Applied Sciences
14:05
Coffee break
14:20
On sweet spots and trustworthiness: a tale of mass digitization and access from the Netherlands
14:40
The BBC in Bits: Developing a Digital Archive
Bill Thompson*
Head of Partnership Development at the BBC Archives
15:00
Populism, Digitization, and Plenty: An Online Film Archives at 15
Founder of the Prelinger Archives and Associate Professor of Film & Digital Media, Univerity of California, Santa Cruz
15:20 TIB/AV-Portal: Nutzergerechter Zugang zu wissenschaftlichen Filmen
Margret Plank
Director of the Competence Centre for Non-Textual Materials (KNM) at the  German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB), Hannover
15:40
Kultureller Nutzen, wirtschaftliche Nutzbarkeit: ein Spannungsfeld für Filmarchiv-Portale?
16:00
Panel discussion*
16:45
Coffee break
17:00
Announcement of the showcase of projects for extended digital use at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin 
17:30
Changing the location to the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin

Showcase of projects for extended digital use at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin

18:00
Showcase of projects for extended digital use at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin
19:00
Opening of the Reception
Director General of the Museums für Naturkunde Berlin
19:15
Evening Reception
19:45
Dinnerspeech
Sole Board Member of the  Foundation Historische Museen Hamburg

Friday, 14th November 2014

09:00
Coffee

IV. Jewish Cultural Assets – Access and Cross-linking

 In the years 1933 to 1945 European Jewish cultural heritage was systematically looted and destroyed. The access to what could be preserved raises political and ethical questions. What online strategies have been pursued by key institutions in Germany, Eastern Europe and Israel? What considerations underpin the various forms of public access to the fragments of Jewish cultural heritage, today? 
10:00
Welcome Speech and Introduction
Dr. Mirjam Wenzel
Head of the Media Department of the  Jewish Museum Berlin
10:10
Im Universum Jüdischen Wissens – Das Judaica Online Portal der UB Frankfurt am Main
10:30
Digibaeck – Das Online-Archiv des Leo Baeck Instituts
10:50
Collecting Jewish heritage online: The Virtual Shtetl-Potal
Editor, Historical Publications in Foreign Languages at the Digital Collections Department of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews speaks about the project virtualshtetl
11:10
Round Table Discussion*

Chaired by: Dr. Mirjam Wenzel
Head of the Media Department of the  Jewish Museum Berlin

Excursus: Knowledge – Language – Digital                                                                                     in cooperation with the project German 3.0 by the Goethe-Institute

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Language plays an important, ordering function in the digital world. Systematization of knowledge is a key aspect of the work of the German Digital Library – can only through the standardization of metadata a long-term access to digital cultural heritage be guaranteed.  Projects that pursue different strategies to allow access even across language barriers will be introduced. 
11:30
Über Sprachen hinweg: Zugang durch mehrsprachige Schlagwörter. Sprachübergreifende Vernetzung von ursprünglich einsprachigen Metadaten im europäischen Kontext auf www.europeana1914-1918.eu/.
Thorsten Siegmann
11:45
Der Art & Architecture Thesaurus des Getty Research Institutes
Prof. Monika Hagedorn-Saupe
Deputy head of the Institute for Museum Research
12:00
The World Digital Library: Multilingualism for Global Cultural Access
John Van Oudenaren*
Director, World Digital Library
12:15
Panel discussion
Chaired by: Astrid B. Müller
Communication, Press and Marketing, Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek 
12:30
Lunch break

 

13:30

V. The Legal Framing – International Comparison

Although the basic principles of copyright apply anywhere in the world, there have been several major projects of mass digitization. In particular, the Google Books project in the United States and the Bukhyll project in Norway are prominent examples of this. What were and are the legal requirements for it? Are the concepts transferable to Germany? How will the new rules prove themselves concerning orphan works in Germany? 
14:00
Von den Mühen der Ebene – Rechteklärung in der Praxis
Dr. Dietmar Preißler
Head of Collection at the Foundation Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 
15:00
Coffee break
15:15
Zugang (un-)möglich! Tatsächliche und rechtliche Aspekte der Digitalisierung in Deutschland, Skandinavien und den USA
Expert on Collective Rights Exercising
15:45
yy – Problem gelöst. Eine neue Norm für Museen, Archive und Bibliotheken
16:15
Panel discussion
Chaired by: Dr. Paul Klimpel
Head of the Conference
Mit Beteiligung von Till Kreutzer
Lawyer at iRights.Law, Head of the Editorial Department iRights.info, Partner iRights.Lab
17:00
Abschlusspräsentation
Graphic Recording, Video und Foto

*Speech in Englisch (will not be translated into German)
A detailed programme of both conference days is soon to be published.
You can already register for the event.

The main events of the conference will take place at the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart Berlin (Invalidenstraße 50-51, 10557 Berlin).

Das Hashtag ist #ke14.