New information about the location for the LIDO working group.
Conference venue: MiCo (Milano Congressi) Via Gattamelata 5, Gate 14 20149 Milano, Italy www.micomilano.it
Turin program: off site program on July 7.
Vote now until May 31, 2016!
All abstracts are included in the conference brochure.
Key note speakers
Lassila, Ora: Love Thy Data (or: Apps Considered Harmful)
Le Boeuf, Patrick: An example of library and museum cooperation: the FRBROO conceptual model
Speakers and full papers
Anttila, Elina, Eero Heikkinen and Tapani Sainio: The National Digital Library of Finland - experiences from collaboration and service development
Bala, Shashi: Digital inventories on cultural memories and Intangible Cultural Heritage: Case Study of Yadav community of Haryana
Hyvönen, Eero, Thea Lindquist, Juha Törnroos and Eetu Mäkelä: History on the Semantic Web - An Event Gazetteer and Timeline for World War I
Kettula, Suvi and Eero Hyvönen: Cataloguing Processes of Intangible Cultural Heritage
Koski, Marianne: Powerpoint and brain activity - managing collections in local museums in Finland
Mazurek, Cezary, Krzysztof Sielski, Justyna Walkowska and Marcin Werla: From MARC21 and Dublin Core, through CIDOC CRM: First Tenuous Steps towards Representing Library
Merges, Judith, Martin Scholz and Günther Görz: Erlangen Implementation of FRBRoo
Parsell, David and Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass: Using open source tools to expose cross collection data in the LIDO schema
Phiri, Fidelity and Terry S. Nyambe: Digitalization of archives, the Livingstone Museum experience
Rayaprolu,Venkata Ramana: Challenges to documentation of museum objects in
a polylingual society
Ribeiro, Emanuela: Documentation in Science & Technology: accessibility to diverse audiences
Rodger, Norman: MIMO - "Striking a Chord for Musical Instrument Museums"
Savia, Satu: Developing Collection Management - Museum 2015
Segan, Marija and Milos Milovanovic: The monuments and sites of Toplica district of Serbia in digital catalogue of cultural monuments
Simou, Nikolaos, Eleni Tsalapati, Nasos Drosopoulos and Regine Stein: Evolving LIDO based aggregations into Linked Data
Tyson, Nick, Erica Calogero, Phil Blume and Amy Miller: My House My Street: Engaging Local Communities of Volunteers to Learn, Train and Gain from Lost Local Heritage
Tzompanaki, Katerina and Martin Doerr: A New Framework for Querying Semantic Networks
Whitson Cloud, Jonathan: The documentation of scientific analysis and conservation at the British Museum: the path to sharing