Did you miss out on a conference? Have a look through our video archive.
2019: FAIR data – Amsterdam x 2019
2017: Digitisation and social impact?
Check out MMEx’ YouTube playlist of the 2017 SiC conference: Digitisation and Social Impact.
Please note: Due to technical failure during the livestream, some of the sessions were unfortunately not recorded.
2015: Right to Remix?
Organisationen Danske Museer’s YouTube playlist of the 2015 SiC conference, Right to Remix?
1: Welcome and introduction followed by Taking, Making and Lawbreaking – keynote – Talk by Melissa Terras
2: How open is open enough – Keynote by Eva Van Passel
3: Copyright and the 99 % – Keynote by Cédric Manara
4: Keynotes in Conversation – Eva Van Passel & Cédric Manar
5: Ignite talks: Be ignited! – 5 talks x 5 minutes
2014: Working with our users
1: Welcome and introduction by organizer Merete Sanderhoff, Statens Museum for Kunst
2: Using crowdsourcing to understand public engagement with cultural heritage – Keynote by Kathryn Eccles
3: Enriching cultural heritage collections through participatory Commons platforms – Keynote by Mia Ridge
4: Keynotes in conversation – Kathryn Eccles and Mia Ridge
6: Why people fall in love with museums? – Keynote by Nick Poole
7: When we share, do they care? Using Impact Assessment to understand how our digital presence changes lives?
8: Keynotes in conversation – Nick Poole and Simon Tanner
2012: Let’s get real!
1: Welcome – by organizer Hans Henrik Appel
2: Welcome – by organizer Merete Sanderhoff
3: The future of museums is about attitude (not technology) – Keynote by Jasper Visser
4: Keynotes in conversation – Shelley Bernstein and Jasper Visser
5: Digital literacy is a prerequisite for digital learning – Ignite by Ellen Pettersson
6: Museums and cultural institutions as spaces for Cultural Citizenship – Ignite by Lise Sattrup & Nana Bernhardt
7: @skattefar – using Twitter to communicate with citizens – Ignite by Lene Krogh Jeppesen
8: Caring for whom? – Perspectives on participation in social media – Ignite by Nanna Holdgaard & Bjarki Valtysson
9: Meeting the visitor: Distribution and dissemination of mobile guides at the museum front desk – by Ditte Laursen
10: Open licensing opens up education – Ignite by Peter Leth
11: Old Content in a New Domain – Giving Access to Cultural Heritage – Ignite by Miriam Lerkenfeld
12: Mapping the Messy Archive – Ignite by Theis Vallø Madsen
13: Building a European Cultural Commons – Talk by Jill Cousins
14: The WALL in Copenhagen and Cairo. When citizens create their city’s history – Talk by Sarah Giersing
15: The Digital Museum as Platform – Talk by Jacob Wang
16: Panel discussion
17: Wrap up of the day – concluding remarks
2011: Digitized cultural heritage for all
1: Let us go boldly into the present – Keynote by Michael Edson
2: Creative Commons – Remix culture – Talk by Martin von Haller Grønbæk
3: Open data and Creative Commons in a cultural heritage context – Talk by Lars Lundquist
4: Challenge Round 01 – ask hard questions
5: TING Community –Development and Sharing – Talk by Bo Weymann
6: Sustainability in digital heritage projects – Talk by Jacob Wang
7: When I want to start a project, building a backend is too late – Talk by Tobias Golodnoff
8: Towards a common Danish infrastructure for collections management – Talk by Henrik Jarl Hansen & Christian Ertmann
9: Museums in digital space – Talk by Lars Ulrich Tarp Hansen
10: Challenge Round 02 – ask hard questions