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Ämne: [BIBLIST] Connect to Collect - konferens 19-20 mars



här kommer en påminnelse om konferensen Connect to Collect, 19-20 mars, som markerar avslut på det treåriga forskningsprojektet Collecting Social Photo. Vid konferensen presenteras rekommendationer för hur museer och arkiv kan samla social digital fotografi, relevant också för bibliotek.


Vid konferensen talar en rad internationella föreläsare, bland annat Paula Bray, DX Labs, State Library of New South Wales:


#newselfwales – What does the face of New South Wales, Australia, really look like?

In 2018 the DX Lab asked audiences ‘what does the face of New South Wales look like?’.  The DX Lab was given this unique opportunity to develop and build an innovative exhibition and online experience to explore this idea.  The DX Lab is the State Library of NSW’s innovation lab that explores ways to make the Library’s collection and data sets accessible via new methods using existing and emerging technologies.

After an extensive user-experience led research phase the DX Lab decided to use Instagram and in-gallery photo booths to ask visitors to contribute to the collection of portraits on display, so that the moment could be collected by the Library at the conclusion of the exhibition.

On October 4 2018 a live in-gallery data visualisation, showing thousands of faces from the Library’s collection alongside photos from the public went live.

This was the DX Lab’s biggest experiment, crossing multiple disciplines and domains, including physical, digital, design and engineering. This presentation will reveal the making of this experiment, show what audiences did onsite and online and what was finally collected after the four month exhibition was over.


Ta del av hela programmet här, och anmäl dig innan 15/2:

Mvh Kajsa Hartig

Projektledare, Nordiska museet