Program

Thursday 31st January (Day 1)

Activity Time  
Registration 08.30-10.30  
Welcome to Day 1 09.15-09.30 Giasemi Vavoula and Jenny Kidd
Keynote 1 09.30-10.30 Angelina Russo

The Shape of Things to Come

Refreshments 10.30-11.00  
Track A
Chair: TBC
11.00-11.15 Carl Hogsden
Museum of Archeaology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge

Museums and the Internet: Digital Reciprocation

11.15-11.30 Sarah Beecham
Art of Memory

Why is it important to hear the authentic voice

11.30-11.45 Jenny Kidd
Cardiff University

VGC and ethics – what we might learn from the media and journalism

11.45-12.00 Giasemi Vavoula
University of Leicester

The role of VGC in digital transformations in Museum Learning

12.00-12.15 Juliet Sprake and Peter Rogers
Pi Studio, Goldsmiths, University of London

A Tale of Two Workhouses

12.15-12.45 Q&A with Track A speakers
Digital Engagement Network 12.45-13.15 Caroline Moore and Jodie Henshaw
VGC in the East Midlands:

My Life as an Object; and Factory Voices

Lunch 13.15-14.30 PhD posters in parallel
Audience-led session 14.30-15.30 Chairs: Jenny Kidd and Giasemi Vavoula
Opportunity for audience participants and PhD students to briefly present their VGC projects, ask questions, get and give advice, share ideas and concerns
Refreshments 15.30-16.00  
Keynote 2 16.00-16.30 Q&A with Nina Simon
Plenary discussion 16.30-17.00 Chair: TBC
Social event 19.00 onwards @ The Marquis Wellington

Friday 1st February

Activity Time  
Registration 08.30-10.30  
Welcome to Day 2 09.15-09.30 Jenny Kidd and Giasemi Vavoula
Keynote 3 09.30-10.30 Mia Ridge
The gift that gives twice: crowdsourcing as productive engagement with cultural heritage
Refreshments 10.30-11.00  
Track B
Chair: Jenny Kidd
11.00-11.15 Areti Galani and Rachel Clarke
Newcastle University

“Run mummy run”: negotiating communicative tensions in the design and use of digital installations that facilitate visitor-generated content in public exhibitions

11.15-11.30 Carolyn Royston and Jeremy Ottevanger
Imperial War Museums

“Social Interpretation” as a catalyst for organisational change

11.30-11.45 Jack Ashby
Grant Museum of Zoology, University College London

QRator and the Grant Museum of Zoology

11.45-12.00 Rolf Steier and Palmyre Pierroux
InterMedia, University of Oslo

Social Media and Interaction Design in Art Museums

12.00-12.15 Rosie Cardiff
Tate Online

Tate Visitor-Generated Content

12.15-12.45 Q&A with Track B speakers
Lunch 12.45-14.00 Tech Show-and-tell; PhD posters
Track C
Chair: Giasemi Vavoula
14.00-14.15 Eleonora Borelli, Daniela Gaggero, Marco di Gennaro, Alessandra Cau , Simona Perfetti , Annamaria Recupero, Alessandra Talamo
University of Rome “La Sapienza”

Open Museum: VGC as an emerging solution to a design challenge.

14.15-14.30 Huynh , Mellini , Talamo , Muccitelli , Nemilova , Tortolini
University of Rome La Sapienza; and freelance

Before VGC: user experience research as a key methodology for the development of digital interactive services within museal contexts.

Keynote 4 14.30-15.15 Ross Parry

The end of the beginning: Normativity in the postdigital museum

Refreshments 15.15-15.45  
Crown Court Hearing 15.45-17.00 The Visitors against the Museum

Judge, Public Prosecutor, Defence Counsel, Witnesses, Jury: TBC

Closing 17.00  
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8 Responses to Program

  1. Pingback: News: The Shape of Things program online | iSay: Visitor-Generated Content in Heritage Institutions

  2. Pingback: Keynote: ‘The gift that gives twice: crowdsourcing as productive engagement with cultural heritage’ | mia ridge

  3. Pingback: New and emerging technology-enabled models of participation through VGC: 1 Mia Ridge and Crowdsourcing « Clairey Ross

  4. Pingback: New and emerging technology-enabled models of participation through VGC: 2 Areti Galani and My Great North Run « Clairey Ross

  5. Pingback: New and emerging technology-enabled models of participation through VGC: 3 Social Interpretation and QRator « Clairey Ross

  6. Pingback: New and emerging technology-enabled models of participation through VGC: Notes 4 « Clairey Ross

  7. Pingback: Notes on Ross Parry’s Presentation: The end of the beginning: Normativity in the postdigital museum « Clairey Ross

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