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Programme - CALIMERA/NAPLE - Denmark

A New Kind of Access

20-21 January 2004

Thursday, 20 January 2004

10.00-11.00

Registration
(Coffee)

11.00-11.15

Opening Speech
Brian Mikkelsen. Minister for Culture, Ministry of Culture, Denmark

11.15-11.45

State of the art: A New Kind of Access.
Jens Thorhauge. Director general, Danish National Library Authority

11.45-12.15

Norway: "The integration model - 1" with a national focus
Jon Birger Ostby. Director general, Norwegian Archive, Library and Museum Authority

12.30-13.00

England: "The integration model - 2" with a regional focus
Chris Batt. Chief Executive, Museums, Libraries and Archives Council

13.00-14.15

Lunch

14.15-14.45

Poland: "The network model"
Maria Sliwinska. Director, The International Center for Information Management Systems and Services, Torun (TBC)

14.45-15.15

Germany: "The federal model"
Klaus-Dieter Lehmann. Professor Dr. phil. h.c., President of the Prussian Cultural Heritage (TBC)

15.15-15.45

Break

15.45-16.15

A way to implement co-operation strategies? A Policy Toolkit
Kate Fernie. ICT Adviser, Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, England

16.15-16.30

Discussion.
Jens Thorhauge. Director general, Danish National Library Authority

19.00

Reception and dinner in the National Museum of Denmark

Friday, 21 January 2004

9.30-9.45

Welcome

9.45-10.15

The use of new technologies to help to better convey Europeans' images, stories and identities
Patricia Manson, Head of Unit E.3: Technology-enhanced Learning; Cultural Heritage, DG Information Society and Media, European Commission (TBC)

10.15-10.30

Discussion

10.30-11.00

CALIMERA: A contribution to European policies
Ana Runkel, Director, Department of Libraries and Archives, Lisbon Municipality (TBC)

11.00-11.30

Break

11.30-12.00

MINERVA: Ministerial Network for Valorising Activities in Digitisation - how can this European network assist local institutions?
David Dawson. Senior ICT Adviser, Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, England

12.00-13.15

Lunch

13.15-13.45

New common ALM standards
Henning Grauballe (associate professor) and Haakon Lund (associate professor). Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark

13.45-14.45

Three areas - one entrance:

13.45-14.15

"NOKS" - a regional search database
Jens Topholm. Archivist, Project manager, North Jutland's Cultural History (Search) Database, Denmark

14.15-14.45

Virtual Archive of the Silver Age (1868-1936)
Speaker to be announced. Virtual Archive of the Silver Age (1868-1936), Spain (TBC)

14.45-15.15

Break

15.15-15.45

One entrance to three areas: The Jewish Museum Berlin
W. Michael Blumenthal. Director, The Jewish Museum Berlin (TBC)

15.45-16.00

End of conference: A New Kind of Access
Jens Thorhauge. Director general, Danish National Library Authority

Social programme

Dinner, Thursday 20 January at 19.00
All delegates are invited to participate in the conference dinner in the National Museum of Denmark.

Visits at Danish national cultural institutions. Saturday 22 January at 11.00
All delegates are invited to guided visits to The Royal Library and The Worker's Museum.

MINERVA meeting

Friday 21 January at 18:00 - 20:00
Discussion on the Cracov Conference Agenda June 6th 2005

 

 

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