List of sessions

Last updated: April 12, 2024

The following sessions are confirmed (in alphabetical order):

  1. A database of press issued literary Greek translations, by Despoina Gkogkou (University of Patras)
  2. Bertrana de Capçalera: the promotion of a special collection based upon digitalization projects, by Laura Moré (University of Girona)
  3. Cultural heritage data @SLSP – The case of the Connectome Project, by Rouven Schabinger (Swiss Library Service Platform)
  4. Cultural heritage data @SLSP – The case of the Swiss National Library, by Nikol Stepan (Swiss Library Service Platform)
  5. Digital Heritage Collections: Can we measure impact?, by Mimi Seyffert-Wirth (Stellenbosch University)
  6. Digital Revival of Heritage: Elevating Caribbean Cricket through Technology and Policy, by Junior Browne (University of the West Indies)
  7. Digitalization of KTH research publications – a pilot study, by Annika Peurell (KTH – Royal Institute of Technology)
  8. Early European Books, the role of private partnerships in heritage preservation, by Francesca Petricca (ProQuest, part of Clarivate)
  9. Educate about beauty. Petit tour, online exhibition, as design device for a more democratic cultural heritage, by Teresita Scalco (Università Iuav di Venezia)
  10. Enabling national collaboration in exhibiting cultural collections in web platform and improving approachability of cultural heritage materials – strategic and operational learnings from Finna Services, by Riitta Peltonen (National Library of Finland)
  11. Exploring Popularization and Crowdsourcing Opportunities in Digitized Collections, by Saga Jacksen (National Library of Finland)
  12. How can librarians and researchers work together? Digitizing corpuses of photographs and projection plates at the University of Strasbourg, by Nicolas Di Méo (University of Strasbourg)
  13. How to enhance the valorisation of digitized heritage collections? A few remarks on the practices in place at ULiège Library, by Renaud Adam (University of Liège)
  14. Is content synergy the basis for a new interpretation?, by Eva Auseja (National library of Latvia)
  15. ODIS: the contextual disclosure of heritage collections through a joint database on the history of civil society, by Joris Colla (KU Leuven)
  16. Open up more! KU Leuven Libraries’ journey towards presenting heritage collections as datasets amenable for computational use, by Nele Gabriels (KU Leuven)
  17. Strategies for promoting the use of digital cultural heritage collections with student and researcher engagement, by Marika Sarvilahti (Aalto University)
  18. The Deported to Baragan Project  – from secret archives to digital heritage collection, by Mălina Duță (Central University Library ‘Eugen Todoran’ Timisoara)
  19. The Frank Scholten collection: integrating innovative technology and community building, by Saskia van Bergen (Leiden University)
  20. The old book in the digital age, by Dalia Guerreiro (Lisbon School of Economics and Management)
  21. Unveiling the Medica ecosystem: an emblematic example of scientific heritage dissemination services, by Laurent Aucher and Olivier Ghuzel (Université Paris Cité)
  22. Use of the VRA Core and the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments of Harvard to Represent the Scientific and Historical Objects of the Department of Physics, by Gislene Rodrigues da Silva (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais)