Answering the growing interest in applications of artificial intelligence (AI) in different sectors, the EuropeanaTech Community is starting soon a new webinar series: "EuropeanaTech x AI". This is a great opportunity to learn more how AI is used across the cultural heritage and arts sectors. The series is designed not only to provide an overview but … Continue reading New webinar series of @EuropeanaTech will explore #AI in the Cultural Heritage and Arts sectors
Register before 13 April 2021! Digital transformation is one of the hot topics across all sectors these days - and the GLAM institutions are no exception! It may look strange how the pandemic contributed to the interest in the strategic discussions what does digital transformation mean and how to coin a working institutional strategy. This … Continue reading Registration closing soon – 1st DTCE Conference #DigitalTransformation #GLAM
A webinar in Arabic on the Preserving Audiovisual Heritage in the Arab Region: Resources for Archivists, Librarians and Collectors Today (27 October) is the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage. In the last year, UCL Qatar had a very fruitful collaboration with the British Library Qatar Foundation Partnership and the Qatar National Library on exploring what … Continue reading Celebrating the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage in Qatar
Join the 2nd International Conference on Museum Big Data - register free here. The conference main theme this year is MUSEUMS ON LOCKDOWN: UNLEASHING NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR CREATIVITY AND EXPERIMENTATION WITH BIG DATA. It is co-organised by UCL Qatar and The Cyprus Institute and will be held on 22-24 October 2020, Nicosia, Cyprus and online. … Continue reading 22-24 October for the newest academic and professional developments in museum big data!
"It is not organisations that struggle to change, it is people." (p. 21) The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we live and work. It also put pressure on institutions which we would see as third places, such as all GLAMs (galleries, libraries, archives, museums) to focus on transitioning from places to platforms. We already have … Continue reading A new report by Culture24 for Europeana explores the dimensions of digital transformation agenda and GLAMs
The Second Museum Big Data conference which will take place onsite in Nicosia, Cyprus and online on 22-24 October 2020 is delighted to announce two great keynote speakers and topics. Meanwhile, there is still time to submit your abstract until 24 August 2020. Dr. Claudia Marinica will discuss Data Mining and Knowledge Representation Techniques for … Continue reading Check the #MBD2020 keynotes: from knowledge representations to post-CoVid-19 museums
MBD 2020: MUSEUM BIG DATA IS EXPECTING YOU ON-SITE or online in Nicosia, CYPRUS on 22-24 October 2020 Registration / participation is FREE this year Last year UCL Qatar started a very timely series of international conferences under the general theme of Museum Big Data. The 1st International Conference took place from 30th April - … Continue reading ‘Museums on Lockdown’ theme of the 2nd Museum Big Data Conference: Submit Your Abstracts
COVID-19 and libraries The libraries of today are critical institutions of the knowledge economy supporting education, scholarship, and innovation. When the Covid-19 pandemic started, there was an instant global response from the leading national and international library associations. I wanted to share information on two events: one organised by the SS Cyril and Methodius National … Continue reading What is special about Library responses to COVID-19: two events
It is lovely to see more international acclaim for the 'Open a GLAM Lab' book, and how it is connected to some recent develtopments on the Hungarian scholarly works in the domain of librarianship. In its issue for April 2020, Könyvtári Figyelő (The Library Monitor) is a journal of the National Széchényi Library launched in 1955 … Continue reading A Review on the ‘Open a GLAM Lab’ book in the leading Hungarian librarianship journal
In two days on 21 April UCL Qatar will be hosting on Twitter the 24th @ELPUB_Conf which will discuss The Futures(s) of Digital Publishing. We have a great line up of invited talks across the spectrum of the relationship between the artists' objects and the digital; open access; open science, and humanities in the digital … Continue reading Have you checked the keynotes of the @ELPUB_conf?