Session:How to turn museums into open data hubs

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Description Many museums, archives and libraries are still reluctant to share their data. Actually it is our data as it is often public domain and or financed with public money. Yet many still hesitate. #openGLAM is an international movement to motivate Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums to share digitized cultural heritage and make it open for reuse. GLAM data is so attractive for reuse. Events as Coding da Vinci ( https://codingdavinci.de/about/ ) or happenings as GIF IT UP ( http://blog.europeana.eu/2017/11/winners-of-gif-it-up-2017/ ) do show some examples. Where to find open GLAM data and how to convince GLAMs to open up. see presentation here https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:34C3_CdV_OpenGLAM_(1).pdf
Website(s) https://codingdavinci.de/about/
Type Talk
Kids session No
Keyword(s) social, political, art, coding
Tags Assembly:Hive, Assembly:Wikimedia Deutschland
Processing assembly Assembly:Open Knowledge Assembly, Assembly:Wikimedia Deutschland
Person organizing User:fischerdata
Language de - German
de - German
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Starts at 2017/12/29 14:30
Ends at 2017/12/29 15:15
Duration 45 minutes
Location Room:Hive Stage