Workshop

GLAMhack23 - public presentations of the projects

Saturday 30 September 2023, 15:30

L'image représente la bataille d'Adoua (1896), qui se termina par la victoire des troupes éthiopiennes sur les troupes italiennes mettant fin à la première guerre coloniale italo-éthiopienne.

Presentation of the results of a 2-day workshop on innovative challenges using cultural content and digital tools! MEG, Auditorium. Saturday 30 September. 15.30-17.00 pm.

Once a year, the Swiss OpenGLAM Working Group brings together data providers, software developers, digital humanists, artists, Wikimedians/Wikipedians, and other interested people in order to experiment how cultural data and content can be used for research purposes, for web and mobile apps, in the context of Wikipedia, for artistic re-mixes, or for other forms of re-use.
After raising awareness about OpenGLAM among museums, encouraging projects which engage an audience, working with linked open data, machine learning, human-computer-interaction and crowdsourcing, the focus of the 2023 edition lie on colonial collections, provenance research and the application of the FAIR and CARE principles in data governance!
After two days of collaborative workshops, the participants will be presenting the results of their work. Come and discover innovative projects using cultural content and digital tools!
See here the challenges of the GLAMhack23

Date de dernière mise à jour de l'événement 29.08.2023
© MEG, Johnathan Watts

Practical informations

MEG

Boulevard Carl-VOGT 65, 1205 Genève -

+41 22 418 45 50

Sur place

General public

CHF 0.-

VDG-sponsored event

De 16 à 99 ans