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Workshop – Collaborating Around Collections

Australian cultural institutions hold growing digital collections: a major resource, and a platform for access, engagement and research; they also come with challenges that will require new knowledge, innovative practice, and ongoing investigation. Emerging lab models and collaborative initiatives within the GLAM sector show great promise; so how can universities best work with the GLAM sector to help realise the potential of our digital collections? This one-day workshop aims to support future collaborations through: Understanding what’s already working through cross-sector case studies; Establishing shared aims and agendas for broader collaboration Mapping challenges and opportunities across both sectors Speakers will include: […]

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AAANZ 2016 Conference e-program available

The AAANZ 2016 Conference e-program is now available for download as a pdf. The e-program include conference session and paper abstracts and speaker biographies is can be downloaded via this link (pdf 3.4M) The basic conference timetable with times and locations of each session, keynotes and other events can be downloaded here. Please note the following events Thursday 9am-5pm – Post-graduate student day (Sir Roland Wilson Building, Australian National University) Thursday 6pm – Keynote by Dr Melissa Chiu (James Fairfax Theatre, National Gallery of Australia) Friday 9am – Keynote by Dr Anthea Callen (Manning Clark Lecture Theatre, Australian National University) Friday […]

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