MuseumDigit

PLANNED PROGRAM 2019

PLANNED TOPICS FOR THE 2-DAY CONFERENCE

  • VR, AR and AI in the museums: algorithms and neural networks, visitor friendly chatbox, sensation analization and experience design
  • Big Data and the age of new opportunities
  • Digital technologies, digital memory
  • Equal opportunities and  digital experience-improvement
  • The museum of the 21st century: determinant trends and modern, fluorishing projects from the Hungarian and international museum world
  • Successful strategies in the digitisation of interantional and national collections 
  • Born Digital - originally digital artworks and contents 

+1 DAY: WORKSHOPS WITH ATTENDING COMPANIES

  • Senzibilization of the attendees
  • Direct contact with future clients

PROGRAM 2018

27 NOVEMBER 2018.

How do museums and other cultural organizations identify exactly how big their digital teams should be, how they should be structured, and where they should sit in the organization? And how do they define and measure digital success? We surveyed 56 GLAM organizations across the world to find out some of the answers to the questions that digital leaders are asking right now in their journey towards digital maturity.

Speaker: Dafydd James, National Museum Wales

We explore the changing structures and relationships that digital teams have with colleagues, and what this means for digital responsibility in the organization. We include key insights and practical advice to help organizations of all sizes understand how best to redefine the role and mandate of the digital team, and align for success.

Speaker: Kati Price, Victoria and Albert Museum

CIDOC is an international forum for the discussion of all issues relating to information management in museums. We provide the museum community with advice on good practice and developments in museum documentation and actively develop standards and guidelines to support museum documentation and information management in museums. The work of CIDOC, mostly done in Working Groups, covers topics like Digital Preservation, Documentation Standards, Documenting Intangible Heritage etc. Current activities will be presented at the conference.

Speaker: Monika Hagedorn-Saupe, Chair of CIDOC

Studio Louter makes award-winning exhibitions all over the world. They use Emotion Design to find the essence of a story and turn it into an engaging experience. They will tell us how they applied their method in two award-winning projects: the permanent exhibition of Rijksmuseum Boerhaave and a temporary exhibition about the exotic dancer Mata Hari, who was executed for espionage a century ago. A unique insight in the working method of one of Holland’s leading exhibition design agencies.

Speaker: Barend Verheijen, Studio Louter

The road to the paperless world triggers significant change s in the life of the society. The skills required by the labour market has changed and our education system does not prepare students today for those changes. In the process of digital switchover, the role of teachers is a key element, the teachers should know the potential of electronic learning environment and its use.

Speaker:  dr Tünde Molnár Lengyelné, Károly Eszterházy University

Under the OKR project, the National Széchényi Library ordered the development of a new statistical software from the tender winner PC Trade Ltd. Beside the development, the computer-aided support of the National Statistical Data Acquisition Programs (OSAP) will be the task of the national library. The presentation reviews the motivations and main steps of the development, some features of the new statistical software and the expected changes in the cultural field related to the introduction of the new program.

Speakers: Miklós Fehér and Máté Tóth, National Széchényi Library

Traditional restoration techniques focus on restoring the physical condition of an artefact (such as canvas). On the contrary, the preservation of media art (video, film, digital art, internet art) is a much more complex task, as the technological environment is constantly changing because, it is under the influence of developments controlled by science and the market.

Speaker: Tamás Béla Kónya, Ludwig Museum Budapest

Why it is important  to use online communication for the Hungarian National Museum’s National Center of Museological Methodology and Information? What are the benefits of the new websites and how they serve the needs of Hungarian museologists, researchers and other professionals. 
Speaker: Ildikó Sz. Fejes, Hungarian National Museum National Centre of Museological Methodology and Information

The purpose of this round table discussion it to throw some light on the long-term benefits of successful co-operation between the creative industry and museums.

Moderator: Tvergyák Klaudia – Hungarian National Museum, international grants and projects coordinator

28 NOVEMBER 2018.

Since 2016, the Airborne Museum has been  interested in using new technologies as a tool to transmit History and Memory. The first step was an app on smartphone in 2016 ; the second step was the creation of an immersive visit thanks to a pad given to each visitor. Thanks to Histopad, the visitor dives in the history of Sainte-Mère-Eglise during WWII, some artefacts are used as time machine making the visitor goes back to 1944.

Speaker: Magali Mallet, director and Clémence Lesage, responsible of communication of Airborne Museum of Sainte-Mère-Eglise

Non-destructive methods provide insight into the body and make it possible to investigate the internal structural lesions caused by various bone diseases. By using radiological techniques, skeletal remains and mummified animals and remains of humans can be easily investigated. 3D applications allow to create and use real-world copies. New generation microscopes also have observation, capture and measurement features, and allow monitoring on the screen.

Speaker: ​Ildikó Pap, Hungarian Natural History Museum​

The aim of the project was to create a new user-friendly interface, to publish the digitized information from the databases of the Hungarian Theatre Museum and Institute, providing multi-faceted search and browse facilities for experts and the public, too.

Speakers: Mónika Lengyel, Monguz Ltd. – Attila Szabó, PIM-OSZMI

Information Fundamental Rights, Freedom of Information, Electronic Information Freedom / Public Information and Public Interest Data, and access to them/ Public Interest Public Information and Non Confidental Business Information / The Concept Protected Knowledge / Copyright Protection vs. Freedom of information / Freedom of information in relation to OMMIK’s activity / Introduction and Purpose of GDPR / Concept of personal data , Principles / Legality of data management / Integrated and default data protection, security of the data management / Management of personal data in the museum, rights of employees / Personal data of employees and the partners/ What to do to handle lawfully those data.

Speaker: Dr Mária Lontai, lawyer

The Commission has published its proposal for Horizon Europe, an ambitious €100 billion research and innovation programme that will succeed Horizon 2020. The proposal was made as part of the EU’s proposal for the next EU long-term budget, the multiannual financial framework (MFF).

Speaker: Edina Németh, NCP,  National Research, Development and Innovation Office

As at Europeana, Douglas supports Europeana’s mission by working with partner institutions to showcase their collections to online audiences. Douglas will present opportunities for Hungarian cultural institutions to share and promote their digitised collections with Europeana, focusing on editorial content such as galleries, blogs and exhibitions, and supported by active social media marketing.

Speaker: Douglas McCarthy, Europeana, Collections Manager

The comprehensive program of digitalization of the Hungarian public collections aims to complement a service of the Hungarian Digital Culture Heritage contents by aggregators. The Hungarian National Museum National Centre of Museological Methodology and Information (OMMIK) has been operating the MuseuMap portal since 2015 and serving the digital contents of the Hungarian museums. It illustrates the advantages of harvestation and same platform publication: in addition to putting artifacts in a new context, there is an opportunity to create a topic map representing sources from different places. The MuseuMap is under constant development in order to rovide a more efficient way of searching content and to expand the conent re-use functions.

Speaker: Éva Kómár, Hungarian National Museum National Centre of Museological Methodology and Information

In this century, the language of creation, communication and learning is digital. Digital technology is developing so fast that society cannot always keep up the pace. Today’s schoolchildren are younger than Google, but it’s a big mistake to think that young people are digital geniuses. What does digital literacy mean today? How does digital education meet public collections?

Speaker:  Dr Attila László Főző, Centre for Digital Education and Methodology

We live in a world that is slowly but surely turning 100 % digital. From the deserts of Africa to the plains of Europe, technology has taken its rightful place in communication, entertainment and education. In this world, we should all be part of the development to make sure that the needs are met. Unfortunately, that is not part of the progress we are seeing. Girl’s gain and loose an interest for technology at a very early age, citing lack of role models, exposure and the likes as the reasons. Media and popular culture has portrayed tech as something for greasy, male geeks way too long, and at home the men lead in the digital revolution. The results are painfully clear. Women only make up less than 25 % of all workers in ICT. Getting young women to entertain the idea of an education in ICT has proven very difficult. Getting them to stay in the jobs afterwards even more so. There’s need of a structural change, from our day to day lives through the educational system and in our overnments. To do so we must understand what has gone wrong, what’s still wrong and how to make the system change necessary. Diversity is good for all, and it is possible! Based on my years of experience as an educator and founder of the girl tech organization DigiPippi, I have pinpointed ways to foster girls’ interests from a very early age. A method that is possible for all to learn and apply. The real paradox is, that the main focus of the method is this: Stop teaching technology and start being present.

Speaker:  Eva Fog, DigiPippi

The current 4th Industrial Revolution has a significant impact on all subsystems of the society and presents it new challenges. These changes go beyond the infrastructural development, the training of human resources and the modernization of the methodology is also required. The presentation aims at presenting a digital switchover coefficient (DSOC) indicator system, in which the status of the digital switchover process of an institution can be measured along 4 descriptors.

Speaker: Dr Réka Racsko, Eszterházy Károly University

A unique cooperation between schools, museums and a creative design firm for building an online platform of educational purposes. It is focusing mainly on the collection of Petőfi Literary Museum’s (PIM) collection of contemporary Hungarian writers. As a result of the reuse of Digital Literature Academies’ content one can build his own exhibition online.

Speakers: Anna Czékmány, PIM, Zsolt Kulcsár, Integral Vision

The new item on Budapest’s cultural menu you cannot miss!
The Seuso treasure, the most significant silver find  from the period of the later Roman Empire is exhibited in the Hungarian National Museum. The tour is available in English upon request. More about: https://mnm.hu/en/node/4124