Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network, Workshop 1

29 January 2016, University of Edinburgh

  1. The first workshop of the Digital Cultural Heritage Reserach Network took place on 29 January 2016, at the School of Education, University of Edinburgh.
  2. Great first workshop on Cultural Heritage Sparks as part of Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network  http://dchrn.de.ed.ac.uk/workshops/  @jar @UoE_IAD
  3. Our new network for digital cultural heritage research has its first workshop today - looking forward to it!  http://dchrn.de.ed.ac.uk/workshops/  #dcrn
  4. Very excited to be taking part in today's Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network workshop! #DHEdinb  http://dchrn.de.ed.ac.uk/workshops/ 
  5. superb set of talks and a keynote from Rebecca Sinker @Tate coming up this afternoon at the first #dchrn workshop!  http://dchrn.de.ed.ac.uk 
  6. Today at "Cultural Heritage Sparks# the opening workshop of the Digital Cultural Research Network at the University of Edinburgh #dchrn
  7. Great excitement to sit down for the first sparkly #dchrn workshop in #Edinburgh
  8. This afternoon I'll be tweeting from the Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network event at @EdinburghUni if my battery holds out! #dchrn
  9. .@LLynO only 17% of journals are reported archived in the Keepers Registry #dchrn
  10. A superb afternoon in store hearing and speaking about Digital Inclusivity in Cultural Heritage. #dchrn #axschat #inclusivity
  11. Niki Vermeulen now talking about a new project to develop a digital tour on history of science in Edinburgh #dchrn
  12. .@NtlMuseumsScot are opening a new Science and Technology gallery later this year #dchrn
  13. .@warholmooc now talking about the openness of museum and gallery content #dchrn
  14. .@warholmooc talking about license restrictions which prevent copyright images from being used in online teaching & learning #dchrn
  15. .@warholmooc students expect to be able to find and use images via google #dchrn
  16. .@warholmooc many students understood little about copyright restirctions so lots of discussion about open access was needed #dchrn
  17. Glynn Davis talking abouy artworks pictures copyright issues in art history Moocs and museums openness #dchrn
  18. .@warholmooc Giving examples of cultural heritage institutions that have released content under open licence #dchrn
  19. .@jar project has taken a mobilities approach to evaluation practice #dchrn
  20. .@jar the Artcasting iOS app allows visitors to capture images and decide where to send them in time and space #dchrn
  21. .@jar challenge now is how to translate the data from the app into visulatisations that can be understood by partners #dchrn
  22. .@jar concludes by asking how can digital methods be used creatively to reimagine complex issues? #dchrn
  23. Jen Ross on the Artcasting project: an app which engages audience but also retrieves data for evaluation #dchrn https://t.co/9Tbqo9T83s
    Jen Ross on the Artcasting project: an app which engages audience but also retrieves data for evaluation #dchrn pic.twitter.com/9Tbqo9T83s
  24. Bea Alex - Historical Texts project aims to use text mining to enrich textual metadata with geodata #dchrn
  25. Allen - the museum hopes to reuse the content from future exhibitions for more MOOCs #dchrn
  26. Duncan - talking about the issue of how to find reliable primary resources on the web #dchrn
  27. Wish I was at both #IHRWIN16 and #dchrn today - thanks for all the tweets! Hopefully presentations will be online...
  28. Rebecca Sinker from @Tate now talking about the galleries Digital Learning Programmes #dchrn
  29. Rebecca Sinker reflecting on the history of digital curation & education at Tate. #dchrn
  30. Sinker - @Tate set up the Learning Resource Centre to promote a practice based approach to learning, working alongside artists #dchrn
  31. Rebecca Sinker of the Tate talking about refactoring working practice collaboratively. #dchrn https://t.co/Mjd9dHhsS8
    Rebecca Sinker of the Tate talking about refactoring working practice collaboratively. #dchrn pic.twitter.com/Mjd9dHhsS8
  32. Sinker - generating revenue in a priority for all institutions so evaluation is of critical importance, but research becomes less so. #dchrn
  33. Sinker - calling something interdisciplinary doesn't make it so, people still work in interdisciplinary silos & don't exchange ideas #dchrn
  34. Rebecca Sinker talks about her former research approach on digital learning which connects to digital artistic practice #dchrn
  35. Rebecca Sinker: interdisciplinarity requires disciplines to be porous and able to generate new hybrids. #dchrn
  36. digital as tool; medium; technology; culture - are we sure we are all talking about the same thing? - Rebecca Sinker, #dchrn
  37. Rebecca Sinker mentions Tate's "Cultural value and the Digital" study #dchrn
  38. Rebecca Sinker redlining the importance of Practice, Theory and Policy discussions in the public sector #dchrn
  39. Cultural Value and the Digital by Rebecca Sinker. Concise and smart summary of...  #dchrn https://t.co/8xpeaxquOH
    Cultural Value and the Digital by Rebecca Sinker. Concise and smart summary of... #dchrn pic.twitter.com/8xpeaxquOH
  40. what does it mean to locate an artwork? - question in common between #artcasting and artmaps projects. #dchrn
  41. R. Sinker: museums haven't look at collaboratory & institutional critical artistic contemporary practice to develop learning programs #dchrn
  42. Sinker - challenges from Artmaps; artworks may be associated with a pluarality of locations or none at all #dchrn
  43. Sinker - Artmaps looked at different approaches to relating art to place - a sort of art orienteering #dchrn
  44. The entanglements or interdependencies involved in booking an airline ticket and departing the airport #dchrn https://t.co/aj8qPJzxWb
    The entanglements or interdependencies involved in booking an airline ticket and departing the airport #dchrn pic.twitter.com/aj8qPJzxWb
  45. Sinker - @Tate legal team have developed a @creativecommons licence for use with the archive #dchrn < #oer #dchrn
  46. Rebecca Sinker on the Tate Archive & access project: Users get the same interface to search the museum collection & the archive #dchrn
  47. The resource implications for a research project (including 590 meetings) #dchrn https://t.co/WBIHqYEsWu
    The resource implications for a research project (including 590 meetings) #dchrn pic.twitter.com/WBIHqYEsWu
  48. Sinker - issues raised: Digitisation / access projects often don't sit within a critical framework #dchrn
  49. Sinker - issues raised: more cultural heritage data needs to be open #dchrn <Yes! Also content #opendata #oer
  50. Sinker - issues raised: redundancy in technology formats & platforms #dchrn < This is why open standards are so important
  51. Interesting discussion regarding how people engage with art now that so much of it is available online #dchrn
  52. Going to take a break from #dchrn tweeting now as I'm speaking in this next session.
  53. Can't not tweet this...Angelica Thumala talking about emotional attachment to books in different modalities #dchrn
  54. Thumala - books are constant companions, people carry them around & develop physical & emotional attachments to them #dchrn
  55. Chris Speed talking about Shoplifting Data...and apparently he has a self confessed obsession with toilet paper... #dchrn
  56. Speed asking if there are things that are more than human in our relationship with artifacts. #dchrn
  57. Speed "the fridge is watching the kettle and there's a human in the network" < eh?! :) #dchrn
  58. Great first Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network. Looking forward to the next on 22nd March. #DCHRN
  59. @sbayne #dchrn sounds great! Any room for a digital archaeologist on the next workshop?